dropitlikefsco77 asked: Dear Neil, I have a long and lonely drive from Alaska back to the lower 48 coming up. Would any of your own audiobooks possibly be of help with that?
I would like to think so. Try the American Gods full cast audiobook, and the Neverwhere Audiobook (I narrate it) and Anansi Boys (Lenny Henry does this one, and it’s a joy).
prince-cuttlefish asked: I'm seeing an awful lot of posts saying there is a planned release for a Sandman film in December 2016, but they all seem to come from one source I can't confirm enough to truly break out the champagne. Is this actually official? Or at least is the project moving enough to predict a release date in just over two years?
I think that’s just internet noise.
littledinobug asked: Hello, I was wondering if you had any novels that are appropriate for an eleven year old girl to read. She likes the Harry Potter and Percy Jackson books most of all. I've tried her on Piers Anthony and David Eddings, yet no bites. She's pretty high up on the reading level in her school, since she has Aspergers Syndrome. She's just been bugging me for books, and the one I'm writing for that audience won't be completed any time soon. Thanks!
You could try her on Coraline, Odd and the Frost Giants or the Graveyard Book, which are children’s books. She might like Stardust or Neverwhere, which are adult books which kids often like. You could also try her on Good Omens, which is a book that human beings quite like.