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Neil Gaiman’s eight rules of writing are right on target. There might be other rules such as, Let your writing bleed on the page, but these 8 rules of writing are worth reading more than once.

Neil Gaiman: 8 Rules of Writing

Neil Gaiman's 8 Rules for Writing - great tips from an awesome writer! hmm dunno if I pinned this but whatever lol love Neil Gaiman

Seventeen-year-old Neil Gaiman in a photo booth

The Art of Neil Gaiman

Seventeen-year-old Neil Gaiman in a photo booth. Time-lord vampire much Neil?

Flaming Sword & Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman on

"I have borrowed Aziraphale's flaming sword to let you know that Good Omens starts on Dec on BBC Radio Look!" > Pratchett misc now includes Neil GAiman apparently

Don't leave me alone prenses Neil Gaiman demiş bak

Neil Gaiman<< gonna look into this dude. nvm, author of one of my fav ya novels "neverwhere"!

If you haven't read NEVERWHERE yet, read the new edition, complete with Croup and Vandemar prologue and a Marquis de Carabas story.  If you have read it, read it again!

Neverwhere: Author’s Preferred Text by Neil Gaiman

If you haven't read NEVERWHERE yet, read the new edition, complete with Croup and Vandemar prologue and a Marquis de Carabas story. If you have read it, read it again! Thid is easily one of my favorite books!

#Writing from your heart will break YOU open into new parts of yourself. And others will meet you there in that gorgeous, amazing space.

The moment that you feel that, just possibly, you're walking down the street naked, exposing too much of your heart and your mind and what exists on the inside, showing too much of yourself. That's the moment you may be starting to get things right.

Chris Riddell illustrates Neil's words on HOPE: limited edition print VERY FEW…

SOLD OUT!! Chris Riddell illustrates Neil's words on HOPE: limited edition print VERY FEW LEFT

"Go and make interesting mistakes... Make. Good. Art." - Neil Gaiman #quotes #writing

"Go and make interesting mistakes. Make amazing mistakes. Make glorious and fantastic mistakes. Leave the world more interesting for you being here.