I hope that in this year to come, you make mistakes. Because if you are making...– http://journal.neilgaiman.com/2011/12/my-new-year-wish.html
phonyrevolutions asked: oh my god! you posted the poster I made for your new year wish! (even though someone else posted it, but nevermind)... Anyway, I love you man, I hope you and Amanda have the best of years next year, and I hope we get to see you down here in Argentina some time real soon! Love from a big fan of both you and your amazing wife!
starkravingdane asked: There's a meme that goes around now and again that starts with "PERFECT COUPLES DON'T EXIS -- " and then has a picture of an allegedly perfect couple, implying that the speaker was cut off and their argument rendered invalid because there is, indeed, a perfect couple. Usually this sort of thing grates on my nerves, but if someone made one about you and Amanda, I'd reblog...
sonicwarhammer-deactivated20130 asked: How much creative freedom do they give you when they ask you to write an episode of Doctor Who? How far will they let you go as far as changing or bending the rules in an episode?
nmlss asked: What are your toughts about being at the tumblr's filmmakers spotlight instead of the writers one?
hodgepodge-ofablog asked: The TARDIS has landed on your doorstep, but the Doctor only has time for one adventure before going off to save the universe again. Where do you go? Forwards, backwards, or to another planet?
shes-just-like-the-weather asked: I got a Kindle for Christmas (yay, lucky me!) and the first author I looked up was you. Obviously, nothing came up. I was wondering, would you ever publish as e-books or are you against the idea? I will still buy hard copy books (especially if they're yours) but I think it's good to have the option to buy really big books on Kindle so they don't take up so much room.
elstupacabra asked: I don't know if anyone's ever asked this, but how do you determine what you will read aloud at public appearances?
maiamadness: I picked up a copy of a picture...
There are people you do not want to upset in the world. And big groups of people...– http://boingboing.net/2011/12/27/dont-mess-with-firefly-how.html
itseasyjusttolookaway asked: Have you ever wanted to do cameo appearences on the films based on your work like Stan Lee?
Ho Merry Ho argh. →
Cthulhu’s autobiography. Ghostwriter, some English bloke when he was VERY young.
Tests Cast Doubt on F.A.A. Restrictions on Kindle... →
Gadgets are tested by monitoring the number of volts per meter coming off a device. The F.A.A. requires that before a plane can be approved as safe, it must be able to withstand up to 100 volts per meter of electrical interference. When EMT Labs put an Amazon Kindle through a number of tests, the company consistently found that this e-reader emitted less than 30 microvolts per meter when in use....
Download WAIT WAIT DON'T TELL ME Royal Pain in the... →
room-to-let-deactivated20120828 asked: What is your stance on people pirating eBooks? Sir Terry has taken a rather aggressive approach but is it really any different from borrowing a book from the library? (I haven't pirated a book by the way, I live literally 5 minutes from a library... for now :c )
amiriadelal asked: I have never read anything by you, but I have a very strong feeling I would love your writing. My problem, is that I feel like I have missed out on so much of your work, I have no clue where to start. What would you suggest? I'm fairly interested in Science-Fiction or things that make my mind bend; but, I'll read just about anything. So, I guess, what are you most proud of?
ecmelon asked: Neil, I have to say that you gave me the highlight of my Christmas. Before opening presents with my family, I was sitting in the living room watching Doctor Who, and the episode was The Doctor's Wife. My family came in and joined me at some point. None of them watch Doctor Who, but when the episode ended and the Doctor said goodbye to Idris, I looked up at them and all of them had tears in...
For those of us who go to talks, audience questions can be a blessing and a...– http://ideas.sydneyoperahouse.com/2011/what-is-a-question-according-to-neil-gaiman-and-tom-stoppard/
What to use your Audible credits on... and what to... →
“These are terrific books by great authors that I handpicked from the Audiobook Creation Exchange (ACX), matched up with just the right narrators and personally produced. I hope you’ll enjoy them as much as I do. Check them all out here…”—Neil Gaiman
At a Q& A hosted by the Wheeler Centre in... →
mr-charles asked: If I give you my best friend's email address, would you send her an email?
A new blog of stuff, with extra things in it. →
mycatisanazispyandineedhelp asked: Is it true that you're a member of the Baker Street Irregulars ?
SOPA: So how much does it cost to buy off... →
wilwheaton: According to a report by the Knight-Batten Award-winning nonprofit MAPLight, the 32 sponsors of the bill received just under $2 million in campaign contributions from the movie, music, and TV entertainment industries. To put that in perspective, this weekend’s box office take for Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked (you can’t make this stuff up) took in $23 million in just one...
Listen to me read TROLL BRIDGE on Public Radio's... →
Coupon code for Neverwear.net
Cat Mihos, owner and manager and queen of the Neil Gaiman merchandise store at Neverwear.net is making a magical discount happen until Dec 25th. Things like the Scary Trousers tee shirt. It’s $5 off anything she has on her site - limited edition prints, tee shirts, mouse pads, the lot — just enter the code nice-kitty at the end.
Allegra Rosenberg is all plugged in, ready to... →
Make Time Lord Rock and they will write about you in the Chicago Tribune. stopitsgingertime: “Kids these days. What with their ukuleles and their homespun ballads about the sci-fi series “Dr. Who,” and their addictive EPs and ability to get famous authors to pay attention to their ukulele music about minor plot twists on “Dr. Who.” I mean, am I right or am I right? Or maybe that’s...
futurefantastic asked: i want to ask for one or more of your books for christmas. i havent read any yet but im rather excited to start. which would you suggest? sandman? good omens? american gods? all three? others?
Some books I love →
Some books I love →
There was a hill that ate people,” begins the first story. Just like that....– I review ALAN GARNER’S COLLECTED FOLK TALES in the Guardian today. http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2011/dec/14/collected-folk-tales-garner-review