Posts tagged neil gaiman
The Sleeper and the Spindle: How to Read Like a Writer

The Sleeper and the Spindle is a young adult short story transformed into a graphic novel. Written by Neil Gaiman and illustrated by Chris Riddell, it is an excellent example of how the written word and visual art can come together to create an engaging story. If you’re thinking about combining text and image, or another kind of creative partnership, read this book.

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Omniscient Point of View: Benefits and Pitfalls

If you’re telling the story of a place or event or that requires revealing the inner thoughts and emotions of multiple characters, omniscient might be the right point of view for you. It is challenging perspective to pull off, so you’ll need to learn and manage the pros and cons.

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The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman: How to Read Like a Writer

What do people mean by read like a writer? Find out by exploring the techniques master world builder and wordsmith Neil Gaiman used in his award winning novel The Graveyard Book. Discover how he ignited his ink and created a story that haunts readers of all ages and genres.

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