BlackBerry, Gaiman Announce New Project

Written by Ella Thomson on Monday, February 11th, 2013

BlackBerry has announced that it will be collaborating with author Neil Gaiman on a year-long project. The project is called A Calendar of Tales and installments will be released on a monthly basis. One interesting little twist is that readers will be encouraged to contribute. “I’ve always been fascinated by the relationship between fans and […]


Ron Howard To Adapt Gaiman Children’s Book?

Written by Jenny Brady on Friday, January 25th, 2013

Ron Howard is reported to be in negotiations to direct a live-action adaptation of The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman. At one point, a stop-motion project was in development to be directed by Henry Selick, but issues arose that put a halt to that project.


11 New Doctor Who E-Shorts Announced; Who Will Write Them?

Written by Ella Thomson on Monday, January 7th, 2013

In conjunction with the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who, the BBC has announced that they will be publishing a series of 11 new Doctor Who short stories written by “well-known children’s authors” starting this month. The stories will appear each month and will feature each regeneration of the Doctor, beginning with William Hartnell.


Neil Gaiman to Stop Touring?

Written by Julie Vegas on Wednesday, December 19th, 2012

Neil Gaiman has said via his blog that his book tour for The Ocean at the End of the Lane may be his last US book tour.


Order of Neil Gaiman Books

Neil Gaiman is an English author of fantasy, horror and science fiction novels, graphic novels, short stories, comic books, audiobooks and screenplays. He is best known for his Sandman comic book series. Gaiman became interested in comics when he saw an issue of Swamp Thing by Alan Moore at the Victoria Tube station in London. […]


Order of Terry Pratchett Books

Terry Pratchett was an English author who is best known for his Discworld comic fantasy series. Terry Pratchett sadly passed away on March 12th, 2015. Pratchett battled Alzheimer’s disease for years after announcing it online in 2007. He died after a chest infection, as well as complications from the Alzheimers. In true Terry Pratchett style, […]