Tag Archives: Neil Gaiman

17 Picture Book Picks for National Reading Month

17 Picture Book Picks for National Reading Month

These picture books cover the gamut of books that are new, old, well-known, and never heard of, but all are loved by the families that read them. Read More


GeekMom Supports All Hallow’s Read!

All Hallow’s Read is an initiative we at GeekMom have to support (and not only because we love Neil Gaiman who launched the original idea and explains the concept in a zombie-full video.) We also love it because it’s simple (and we moms crave easy-to-do celebrations), because it’s a new Halloween tradition (and we enjoy… Read More

How I Did A Deal With The Nightmare

I’m a geek and a writer. Therefore I’m able to talk with mythical and literary beings, which is usually disturbing but may be proved useful, in very rare occasions. I always had a special bond with dreams. Far before I read The Sandman and fell in love with Dream himself (who hadn’t?). I am blessed… Read More

Diana Wynne Jones: The Very Best

I was going to write how much I love Diana Wynne Jones. How I discovered her quite late, and regret it. Had I been British, I’d probably have read her since my childhood. What a joy and glory it would have been ! How I love her characters, strong, clever and funny, both male and… Read More

Storm And Paul Is Their Cover Band Name

They are the opening band. I have yet to throw my panties on the stage – but when I do, they will be unique and geeky. My husband introduced me to the The Captain’s Wife’s Lament and Nun Fight a couple of years ago. When I heard these songs, by two guys who have obvious musical talent, I was an… Read More