In typical Gaiman fashion, this story draws you by both making you feel a part of the story but also leaving mystery and the unknown to play their roles. Gaiman never comes across as trying too hard to make everything fit together perfectly in a technical world building exercise. Instead he draws you in through his characters and the way they see the world; the way the world feels, and looks and works to them. He is not trying to explain the world but show you the world through another set of eyes.
A free e-book offers the chance to read a classic Neil Gaiman short story and an excerpt from his forthcoming novel. But be careful. You might find yourself, as I did, frustrated that you can’t finish the novel until it is released on June 18.
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In this is the second part of an interview with Michelle Herman we continue to discuss her writing and touch on art and the unconscious, what’s next for her as a writer, as well as the Kindle Single program and changes within the publishing industry.