guest post on neil gaiman and a giveaway

Wednesday, December 14, 2011 |

One of my most faithful blog followers is Alyce of At Home with Books. She seems to read in all genres, and her reading choices (and reviews) always make me reconsider my old standbys. So it was an honor to be asked to contribute to her one of her current weekly events, ‘Best and Worst.’ I chose to write about Neil Gaiman. I know what you’re thinking – does the man really do worst? Find out for yourself and read my thoughts over at Alyce’s blog!


And to make life a bit sweeter this holiday season, also enter to win any Neil Gaiman book (up to a $25 US value), shipped from the Book Depository. Entering this giveaway is simple – just fill out the FORM! Open internationally, will end December 31st at 11:59pm EST. Winner will be selected randomly and notified via email.


Feel free to tell me in the comments which Neil Gaiman book you’d choose!

8 comments:

Alyce said...

What a fun giveaway idea! I'll have to update the guest post with a link to the giveaway too. :)

Ladytink_534 said...

I enjoy his books! The Graveyard Book was a masterpiece.

Rabid Fox said...

Ah, gotta check out your guest post now. I read The Graveyard Book heading into Halloween and thought it was just fantastic.

I really should get around to reading Neverwhere sometime, as I have that on my bookshelf.

Melissa (Avid Reader) said...

Awesome giveaway and I love your post over at Alyce's!

Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

I am new to Gaiman but am anxious to read more!

Jason Jack Miller said...

I'd have to go with THE GRAVEYARD BOOK. Reading SMOKE AND MIRRORS now. Don't know how I let it sit on my shelf this long. Loved AMERICAN GODS and ANANSI BOYS. (Got Neil to sign mine way back in 2006. Awesome experience.)

Kerry M said...

I read Good Omens earlier this year, which was my first foray into Neil Gaiman, although I'd always wanted to read it. Working on American Gods now, and enjoying it, although I can see what you mean about the despair, etc. Based on your recommendation, if I won I would have to ask for Neverwhere!

Amanda said...

Definitely Neverwhere. It was my first Gaiman and I still don't own it.

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