Tag Archives: Neil Gaiman

Favorites Friday: Movies from Books

In certain circles, movie adaptations of beloved books are a highly controversial subject!  My expectations are usually low for movie versions of books, because I’ve been disappointed too many times.  But…sometimes the movies do justice to their books–or, dare I … Continue reading

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Sinking Into Gaiman’s Ocean

I have finally read The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman.  If you’ve been following along, you know I was in line at the library for several months!  It’s an odd book, almost a novella, not … Continue reading

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What Are You Reading – Mad Excitement Edition

This is clearly the most exciting week of the year in reading.  Last week, Shadows by Robin McKinley and Battle Magic by Tamora Pierce both came out.  My library already got me Shadows, and I’m #9 in line for Battle … Continue reading

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What Are You Reading, RIP Edition

This past week saw the launch of the latest reading challenge from Carl at Stainless Steep Droppings: the Readers Imbibing Peril autumn reading experience.  This one focuses on the darker side of books, like mysteries, gothic and horror.  Read my … Continue reading

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What Are You Reading, Mostly Montgomery Edition

Regular readers know that I’m kind of a fan of L. M. Montgomery.  So it may surprise you that I haven’t read her Emily of New Moon trilogy since I was sixteen!  I’ve reread plenty of others, but it’s been … Continue reading

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