August 8, 2013
"Stories you read when you’re the right age never quite leave you. You may forget who wrote them or what the story was called. Sometimes you’ll forget precisely what happened, but if a story touches you it will stay with you, haunting the places in your mind that you rarely ever visit."

— Neil Gaiman, M is for Magic.

April 26, 2013

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March 6, 2013
neil-gaiman:

Look! I’m signing them…
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neil-gaiman:

Look! I’m signing them…

View more Neil Gaiman on WhoSay

March 1, 2013
"What I say is, a town isn’t a town without a bookstore. It may call itself a town, but unless it’s got a bookstore it knows it’s not fooling a soul."

— Neil Gaiman, American Gods (via excessivebookshelf)

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February 25, 2013

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February 12, 2013
neil-gaiman:

First Look! The cover to the US edition, which will be illustrated by the amazing Skottie Young and published in September. 
(More details about this incredibly silly book here.)

You can follow Skottie Young on tumblr (=

neil-gaiman:

First Look! The cover to the US edition, which will be illustrated by the amazing Skottie Young and published in September. 

(More details about this incredibly silly book here.)

You can follow Skottie Young on tumblr (=

January 27, 2013
Light reading by Dipliner

Light reading by Dipliner

December 31, 2012
"May your coming year be filled with magic and dreams and good madness. I hope you read some fine books and kiss someone who thinks you’re wonderful, and don’t forget to make some art — write or draw or build or sing or live as only you can. And I hope, somewhere in the next year, you surprise yourself."

— Neil Gaiman

December 30, 2012
American Gods #4

bathbookneil:

this is actually what I do every third weekend or so.

December 22, 2012
"Don’t ever apologize to an author for buying something in paperback, or taking it out from a library (that’s what they’re there for. Use your library). Don’t apologize to this author for buying books second hand, or getting them from bookcrossing or borrowing a friend’s copy. What’s important to me is that people read the books and enjoy them, and that, at some point in there, the book was bought by someone. And that people who like things, tell other people. The most important thing is that people read."

— Neil Gaiman (via laesenbog)

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