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Sorry this week is late because of new Baby! Also, this week I added one of my personal poems. Have a great weekend everyone!

Poetry Send Off is a weekly post published on a Friday, so that you can be sent off for the weekend with a new poem to wow your friends/family/date with. 38 more words

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The 5 New Comics We’re Most Excited About Reading in March 2017

With all the comics going on sale every month, it can sometimes be difficult to keep track of the new books that are being added to the mix all the time. 491 more words

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What Lurks Beneath the Surface: The Ocean at the End of the Lane

Dark nooks and crannies inhabited by ghouls, trolls, and hags, the monsters under the bed, the suspicious stranger in the street, the thing that creeps outside the window as soon as the night falls – do any of these ring a bell? 885 more words

Boozy Books: Neil Gaiman Round-Up

Heyo! And welcome to this week’s Boozy Books! I was going to pair Neil Gaiman’s latest, Norse Myth, this week, but I didn’t get it done because I also read the latest Peter Grant book, … 647 more words

Book Review: Stardust by Neil Gaiman

This was my first foray into fantasy, and it went amazingly well.

Centred around a young man, Tristan Thorn, who sets off to find a fallen star in faerie land after he promises his love that he will do anything to win her over, this beautifully written novel had me absolutely hooked around the third chapter when we find out that there are other more mysterious and sinister characters trying to get the fallen star for their own reasons. 278 more words

Fragile Things by Neil Gaiman

 Fragile Things by Neil Gaiman

Published: 2006

Fragile Things by Neil Gaiman is a collection of his short stories.

I am relatively new to Gaiman, but after gushing over Coraline, I could not wait to dig deeper. 400 more words

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"Then I pick up my pen, and I start to write" - Neil Gaiman's "The View from the Cheap Seats"

In 2008, when I was doing my PhD at the Uni of Manchester, I went to a reading by Neil Gaiman. He was reading from his newest novel, … 626 more words