Neil Gaiman drops free audiobooks and short stories to curb your cabin fever


Everyone say ‘thank you, Neil’

Joining the long list of authors and creatives releasing their works to the pvblic amidst the lockdown, supernatural storyteller Neil Gaiman has dropped a ton of free stuff on his website.

Under the category ‘Cool Stuff’, a collection of Neil’s short stories, essays, book excerpts, and more are available for fans’ disposal.

The short stories include 5 free titles, such as Neil’s Hugo Award-nominated sci-fi hit ‘How To Talk To Girls At Parties‘ (complete with an audiobook) and the illustrated Sherlock Holmes-inspired ‘A Study in Emerald‘.

The site also offers 9 essays by Neil himself, 3 essays about him, and an audio excerpt of his 1997 fantasy novel ‘Stardust‘.

ICYDK, Neil is best known for the folklore-inspired ‘The Sandman’ comic book series, ‘American Gods‘, ‘Norse Mythology‘, and more.

If you’re more of a fan of his earlier works, there are also free fan kits for his acclaimed children’s novels ‘The Graveyard Book’ and ‘Coraline’.

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