I believe Coraline, the movie, was my first real introduction to Neil Gaiman.
Sometimes you want the best bang for your buck and want a long audiobook, but sometimes you want something short and sweet and to the point. These are the audiobooks for you
When you’ve only got one audible credit a month, you’ve got to get the best bang for your buck. I
I’m a sucker for a good standalone novel, probably because I cannot commit to a series with my busy schedule, but it seems that the vast majority of standalone novels are contemporaries
Check out these books that clock in at over 500 pages and will keep you occupied for quite some time.
I read a lot of books in 2017, and while some of them were amazing, some of them were downright awful. These are the downright awful ones.
I spent three hours a week during my junior spring of college learning about Norse mythology, the ins and outs of gods and goddesses and the crazy antics they get up to up in Asgard. In the middle of that semester was when Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman came out, and we even discussed his previous work, American Gods, as part of the syllabus. Here are some great works of fiction that draw on Norse Mythology.