I do, I really do. I don't care that 50,000,000 other people love him, too. I'm okay with that and hope he picks up more and more fans. I'm already grooming my kids to love him. (If you haven't read Instructions to your children, do so now.)
I follow his blog, follow his twitter and I hang on his every word as if he were speaking directly to me. Okay, well, maybe not. I'm delusional. Sort of.
Jim C. Hines wrote a fantastic post about Mr. Gaiman called "20 Neil Gaiman Facts." (I can't even bring myself to call him Neil - I'm such an idiot.) It will have you rolling on the floor laughing, pinky swear. He made a T-shirt, too. I'm not sure why it's not in the zazzle store anymore, but keep checking, maybe it'll pop back up.
I haven't been able to decide on a favorite. I think it might be number one.
INK SLINGER HAS MOVED
This blog has moved to Cheryl Murphy Writes: Chronicles of an Ink Slinger. It became too hard to mirror to this site. Lots of glitches and such. I don't do much to maintain this site anymore so if you're wondering why things might look a bit wonky, that would be it.
If you've navigated here and discovered this dead blog, using the "Subscribe via email" feature in the sidebar will subscribe you to the new site feed, so that's a plus. ;)
An RSS feed of the new site is embedded below.
I hope you'll join me at my new home!