As we mourn the loss of an incredible woman and a formidable mind, let's remind ourselves of some of her most amazing quotes.
In fiction, tropes are like garlic and onions. They add richness and flavor to a dish. Something is missing without them. Too many though, and the food starts to taste a little sweaty, the way moldy old gym clothes smell. They overpower what could be a good dinner.
So, in celebration of Philosopher’s Stone entering its third decade, I’ve taken a look at some of the best – and most bizarre – Harry Potter book covers from all over the world.
Neil Gaiman’s latest project was recently announced along with two other brand new Pratchett-based adaptations. When it rains, it pours. At a memorial for Terry Pratchett on Thursday night, it was revealed that Gaiman would be writing the script for the long-awaited filmed version of Good Omens (there was a radio play on BBC 4 … Continue reading Neil Gaiman Is Writing a Six-Part Good Omens Miniseries