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Neil Richard MacKinnon Gaiman (born Neil Richard Gaiman, 10 November 1960) is an English author of short fiction, novels, comic books, graphic novels, nonfiction, audio theatre, and films. His works include the comic book series The Sandman and novels Stardust, American Gods, Coraline, and The Graveyard Book. He has won numerous awards, including the Hugo, Nebula, and Bram Stoker awards, as well as the Newbery and Carnegie medals. He is the first author to win both the Newbery and the Carnegie medals for the same work, The Graveyard Book (2008). In 2013, The Ocean at the End of the Lane was voted Book of the Year in the British National Book Awards.

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1:The moments of déjà vu were coming more frequently, now. Moments would stutter and hiccup and falter and repeat. Sometimes whole mornings would repeat. Once I lost a day. Time seemed to be breaking down entirely.
   ~ Neil Gaiman, Fragile Things: Short Fictions and Wonders,
2:May your coming year be filled with magic and dreams and good madness. I hope you read some fine books and kiss someone who thinks you're wonderful, and don't forget to make some art - write or draw or build or sing or live as only you can. And I hope, somewhere in the next year, you surprise yourself.
   ~ Neil Gaiman,
3:I know how Gods begin, Roger. We start as Dreams. Then we walk out of Dreams into the Land. We are worshiped and loved, and take power to ourselves.
And then, one day, there's no one left to worship us.
And in the end, each little God and Goddess takes its last journey back into Dreams... and what comes after, not even WE know.
I'm going to dance now, I'm afraid.
   ~ Neil Gaiman,
4:I had forgotten what fiction was to me as a boy, forgotten what it was like in the library: fiction was an escape from the intolerable, a doorway into impossibly hospitable worlds where things had rules and could be understood; stories had been a way of learning about life without experiencing it, or perhaps of experiencing it as an eighteenth-century poisoner dealt with poisons, taking them in tiny doses, such that the poisoner could cope with ingesting things that would kill someone who was not inured to them. Sometimes fiction is a way of coping with the poison of the world in a way that lets us survive it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
5:Inside the temple Richard found a life waiting for him, all ready to be worn and lived, and inside that life, another. Each life he tried on, he slipped into and it pulled him farther in, farther away from the world he came from; one by one, existence following existence, rivers of dreams and fields of stars, a hawk with a sparrow clutched in its talons flies low above the grass, and here are tiny intricate people waiting for him to fill their heads with life, and thousands of years pass and he is engaged in strange work of great importance and sharp beauty, and he is loved, and he is honored, and then a pull, a sharp tug, and it's... ~ Neil Gaiman,

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1:Fuck, I won a Hugo. ~ Neil Gaiman
2:Ragnarok is coming. ~ Neil Gaiman
3:Love takes hostages. ~ Neil Gaiman
4:Angry gets shit done. ~ Neil Gaiman
5:STILL WATER RUNS DEEP ~ Neil Gaiman
6:Stuff & silliness ~ Neil Gaiman
7:was convinced that he ~ Neil Gaiman
8:Whither thou goest... ~ Neil Gaiman
9:And so there is magic. ~ Neil Gaiman
10:Dreams shape the world ~ Neil Gaiman
11:Leave no path untaken. ~ Neil Gaiman
12:My hound hath no nose. ~ Neil Gaiman
13:Goodbyes are overrated. ~ Neil Gaiman
14:I was their first book. ~ Neil Gaiman
15:Only the Gods are real. ~ Neil Gaiman
16:…and then what happened? ~ Neil Gaiman
17:Names come and names go. ~ Neil Gaiman
18:All tomorrows start here. ~ Neil Gaiman
19:And the game begins anew. ~ Neil Gaiman
20:Go get your heart broken. ~ Neil Gaiman
21:I liked bats, always had, ~ Neil Gaiman
22:Thank you,” said the dog. ~ Neil Gaiman
23:YOUR LUCKY COLOR IS DEAD. ~ Neil Gaiman
24:Libraries are our friends. ~ Neil Gaiman
25:She was far from gruntled. ~ Neil Gaiman
26:I am as my creator made me. ~ Neil Gaiman
27:You can't make me love you. ~ Neil Gaiman
28:All bookshelves are magical. ~ Neil Gaiman
29:Too soon, the sun will rise. ~ Neil Gaiman
30:من الممل أن يعرف المرء كل شئ ~ Neil Gaiman
31:Be wise. Be brave. Be tricky. ~ Neil Gaiman
32:Black as night, sweet as sin. ~ Neil Gaiman
33:Bod was obedient but curious. ~ Neil Gaiman
34:Death is the great democracy. ~ Neil Gaiman
35:It felt like a small forever. ~ Neil Gaiman
36:I would read. I would explore ~ Neil Gaiman
37:Motto: LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON. ~ Neil Gaiman
38:Nobody's seen Jesus in years. ~ Neil Gaiman
39:out of nowhere, into the here ~ Neil Gaiman
40:pulling an uncooperative goat ~ Neil Gaiman
41:Rebirth always follows death. ~ Neil Gaiman
42:Saint-Saëns’s “Danse Macabre. ~ Neil Gaiman
43:The dead should have charity. ~ Neil Gaiman
44:What do stars do? They shine. ~ Neil Gaiman
45:All your tomorrows start here. ~ Neil Gaiman
46:I learned to write by writing. ~ Neil Gaiman
47:I will not be my father's dog. ~ Neil Gaiman
48:Omnia mutantur, nihil interit. ~ Neil Gaiman
49:I loved to love what she loved. ~ Neil Gaiman
50:The dread had not left my soul. ~ Neil Gaiman
51:Watch where you put your words. ~ Neil Gaiman
52:Words save our lives, sometimes ~ Neil Gaiman
53:Darling? This is Ursula Monkton, ~ Neil Gaiman
54:death by little death, he ceased ~ Neil Gaiman
55:EVERY ENDING IS A NEW BEGINNING. ~ Neil Gaiman
56:I'm an explorer," said Coraline. ~ Neil Gaiman
57:Remember- their minds are chaos. ~ Neil Gaiman
58:Words save our lives, sometimes. ~ Neil Gaiman
59:A man's fortune is his own affair ~ Neil Gaiman
60:As I live, breathe, and defecate! ~ Neil Gaiman
61:Each person is a strand of story. ~ Neil Gaiman
62:Even nothing cannot last forever. ~ Neil Gaiman
63:Everything that is,casts a shadow ~ Neil Gaiman
64:He was me, yes. But I am not him. ~ Neil Gaiman
65:I like things to be story-shaped. ~ Neil Gaiman
66:just put the fear of God in them. ~ Neil Gaiman
67:Seek not revenge, but the Buddha. ~ Neil Gaiman
68:Suffering is sometimes cleansing, ~ Neil Gaiman
69:Teach me to hear mermaids singing ~ Neil Gaiman
70:I cried until I was all cried out. ~ Neil Gaiman
71:I'm a fairly undisciplined writer. ~ Neil Gaiman
72:Let's start a new tomorrow, today. ~ Neil Gaiman
73:That’s what I said,” said the cat. ~ Neil Gaiman
74:A book is a little empathy machine. ~ Neil Gaiman
75:Damn, you look good,” said Jacquel. ~ Neil Gaiman
76:Everything that is, casts a shadow. ~ Neil Gaiman
77:Everything was new once, after all. ~ Neil Gaiman
78:Friday's a free day. A woman's day. ~ Neil Gaiman
79:I’m dead. I’ve missed you. Kiss … ? ~ Neil Gaiman
80:May your choices always be so clear ~ Neil Gaiman
81:Truly life is wasted on the living. ~ Neil Gaiman
82:Trust your heart, trust your story. ~ Neil Gaiman
83:Without stories, we are incomplete. ~ Neil Gaiman
84:As we write we summon little demons. ~ Neil Gaiman
85:If there’s a heaven, it’s a library. ~ Neil Gaiman
86:Inevitabilmente trattenuti dal mondo ~ Neil Gaiman
87:Of course,’ said Tristran, politely. ~ Neil Gaiman
88:So many things to see, people to do. ~ Neil Gaiman
89:The black cat began to wash its face ~ Neil Gaiman
90:Time is fluid here', said the Demon. ~ Neil Gaiman
91:Dreams are hopes, and echoes of hope. ~ Neil Gaiman
92:Enjoy the things that never happened. ~ Neil Gaiman
93:enter the world of things as they are ~ Neil Gaiman
94:Fear is contagious. You can catch it. ~ Neil Gaiman
95:George R.R. Martin is not your bitch. ~ Neil Gaiman
96:Hell is something you carry with you. ~ Neil Gaiman
97:I make things up and write them down. ~ Neil Gaiman
98:Make glorious and fantastic mistakes. ~ Neil Gaiman
99:Old Mrs. Hempstock sniffed. “You’re a ~ Neil Gaiman
100:That Hieronymus Bosch. What a weirdo. ~ Neil Gaiman
101:Words can wound, and wounds can heal. ~ Neil Gaiman
102:You got a lifetime. No more. No less. ~ Neil Gaiman
103:You're sick. Sick and evil and weird. ~ Neil Gaiman
104:Adults follow paths. Children explore. ~ Neil Gaiman
105:Also, I've already won all the awards. ~ Neil Gaiman
106:Every hour wounds. The last one kills. ~ Neil Gaiman
107:I’d watch out for doors if I were you. ~ Neil Gaiman
108:Read it first, then tell me it’s cool. ~ Neil Gaiman
109:Sometimes there is nothing you can do. ~ Neil Gaiman
110:The moonlight was enough. It would do. ~ Neil Gaiman
111:The world is always ending for someone ~ Neil Gaiman
112:Without our stories we are incomplete. ~ Neil Gaiman
113:...but fear of death gives us strength. ~ Neil Gaiman
114:Firstly, there no such person as Death. ~ Neil Gaiman
115:Load of old tosh,” said Peter, crossly. ~ Neil Gaiman
116:Mostly you are what they think you are. ~ Neil Gaiman
117:Most people do not notice other people. ~ Neil Gaiman
118:No es justo ni injusto. Simplemente es. ~ Neil Gaiman
119:Omnia mutantur, nos et mutamur in illis ~ Neil Gaiman
120:Richard asked Hunter. The three of them ~ Neil Gaiman
121:The world is always ending for someone. ~ Neil Gaiman
122:Todas las horas hieren. La última mata. ~ Neil Gaiman
123:Today's future is tomorrow's yesterday. ~ Neil Gaiman
124:When things get tough... Make good art. ~ Neil Gaiman
125:Where does contagion end and art begin? ~ Neil Gaiman
126:Without our stories, we are incomplete. ~ Neil Gaiman
127:A book is a dream you hold in your hand. ~ Neil Gaiman
128:A book is a dream you hold in your hands ~ Neil Gaiman
129:A page turns. Destiny continues to walk. ~ Neil Gaiman
130:But I thank Providence that I came here. ~ Neil Gaiman
131:I ate pasties in the Upper Peninsula and ~ Neil Gaiman
132:Identity can be so gelatinous sometimes. ~ Neil Gaiman
133:If you are to survive, you must believe. ~ Neil Gaiman
134:I made friends slowly, when I made them. ~ Neil Gaiman
135:In ten years time I’ll be… (dead) sixty. ~ Neil Gaiman
136:I think of myself as a very lazy author. ~ Neil Gaiman
137:Kai beždžionė šypsosi, tatai grąsinimas. ~ Neil Gaiman
138:Not gay, just never met the right woman. ~ Neil Gaiman
139:Of course it was Loki. It's always Loki. ~ Neil Gaiman
140:People only fight over imaginary things. ~ Neil Gaiman
141:Ride the silver fish; you will not drown ~ Neil Gaiman
142:Take what you have learned, and move on. ~ Neil Gaiman
143:The world is always ending, for someone. ~ Neil Gaiman
144:We owe it to each other to tell stories. ~ Neil Gaiman
145:We’re like the wind. We blows both ways. ~ Neil Gaiman
146:We save our lives in such unlikely ways. ~ Neil Gaiman
147:Whenever it rains you will think of her. ~ Neil Gaiman
148:You don't have to stay anywhere forever. ~ Neil Gaiman
149:You don't pass or fail at being a person ~ Neil Gaiman
150:You shine like a beacon in a dark world, ~ Neil Gaiman
151:You shine like a beacon in a dark world. ~ Neil Gaiman
152:A book is a dream you hold in your hands. ~ Neil Gaiman
153:A flash of teeth in a hatchet-blade face. ~ Neil Gaiman
154:And he showed Shadow how to do the thing. ~ Neil Gaiman
155:And sometimes when you fall... you fly... ~ Neil Gaiman
156:Chicago happened slowly, like a migraine. ~ Neil Gaiman
157:¿Es que no oye los latidos de mi corazón? ~ Neil Gaiman
158:He fell for a hundred years into darkness ~ Neil Gaiman
159:He smelled like the underneath of things. ~ Neil Gaiman
160:it was sucking fall to the ground, and it ~ Neil Gaiman
161:Las palabras nos salvan la vida, a veces. ~ Neil Gaiman
162:Rigged games are the easiest ones to beat ~ Neil Gaiman
163:...There is no such thing as grown ups... ~ Neil Gaiman
164:Whenever it rains, you will think of her. ~ Neil Gaiman
165:Without dreams there could be no despair. ~ Neil Gaiman
166:You dumped me, and I don’t exist anymore. ~ Neil Gaiman
167:You were very good,” said the little dog. ~ Neil Gaiman
168:All fire burns, little baby. You’ll learn. ~ Neil Gaiman
169:and she looked both solemn and vulnerable. ~ Neil Gaiman
170:Books were safer than other people anyway. ~ Neil Gaiman
171:I’m just a soul whose intentions are good, ~ Neil Gaiman
172:Life as a commodity, people as possessions ~ Neil Gaiman
173:Make your mistakes, next year and forever. ~ Neil Gaiman
174:Nothing, like something, happens anywhere. ~ Neil Gaiman
175:Party name of Thorn? Tristran of that set? ~ Neil Gaiman
176:somewhere in the night someone was writing ~ Neil Gaiman
177:The only water in the forest is the River. ~ Neil Gaiman
178:The quickest way is sometimes the longest. ~ Neil Gaiman
179:The universe is amply supplied with night. ~ Neil Gaiman
180:Two very scared white mice, holding hands. ~ Neil Gaiman
181:We are all improved by the glow of memory. ~ Neil Gaiman
182:What good is a vocabulary that isn't used? ~ Neil Gaiman
183:Without dreams, there could be no despair. ~ Neil Gaiman
184:Writers live in houses other people built. ~ Neil Gaiman
185:You lie in the way that some folk breathe. ~ Neil Gaiman
186:Adultos seguem caminhos. Crianças exploram. ~ Neil Gaiman
187:Being brave doesn't mean you're not scared. ~ Neil Gaiman
188:But time heals. Or at least it forms scabs. ~ Neil Gaiman
189:Hell is empty, and all the devils are here. ~ Neil Gaiman
190:I am amiable. Vague. Puzzled. Messy-haired. ~ Neil Gaiman
191:I do not threaten, I merely advise caution. ~ Neil Gaiman
192:If you will not kiss me, will you marry me? ~ Neil Gaiman
193:I like stories where women save themselves. ~ Neil Gaiman
194:I love stories where women save themselves. ~ Neil Gaiman
195:It always ends. That's what gives it value. ~ Neil Gaiman
196:It's easier to say true things in the dark. ~ Neil Gaiman
197:It's there to be admired. It's there to be. ~ Neil Gaiman
198:People are dreams and awkwardness and gawk. ~ Neil Gaiman
199:She was the storm, she was the lightning... ~ Neil Gaiman
200:Silver chains come in all shapes and sizes. ~ Neil Gaiman
201:Sunku rasti ką nuogesni už perskrostą kūną, ~ Neil Gaiman
202:Wherever you go, you take yourself wih you. ~ Neil Gaiman
203:You are almost never cool to your children. ~ Neil Gaiman
204:A book is a dream that you hold in your hand ~ Neil Gaiman
205:Everybody has a secret world inside of them. ~ Neil Gaiman
206:I am only alive when I perceive a challenge. ~ Neil Gaiman
207:I fell for her like a suicide from a bridge. ~ Neil Gaiman
208:It is as natural to die as it is to be born. ~ Neil Gaiman
209:Laura loved people to taste what she tasted. ~ Neil Gaiman
210:Many a horse had fallen at the final hurdle. ~ Neil Gaiman
211:Promise them anything, but do what you will. ~ Neil Gaiman
212:Rule number one: Don't fuck with librarians. ~ Neil Gaiman
213:Silas came back at the the end of the month. ~ Neil Gaiman
214:Somewhere in the night, someone was writing. ~ Neil Gaiman
215:Wherever you go, you take yourself with you. ~ Neil Gaiman
216:Who the fuck's Herodotus?" Asked the Iceman. ~ Neil Gaiman
217:A book is a dream that you hold in your hand. ~ Neil Gaiman
218:A book is a dream that you hold in your hands ~ Neil Gaiman
219:ANANSI BOYS. Copyright © 2005 by Neil Gaiman. ~ Neil Gaiman
220:Books were safer than other people anyway. My ~ Neil Gaiman
221:I am the Dream of Cats, and I walk by myself. ~ Neil Gaiman
222:I'm not much of a challenge here in the dark. ~ Neil Gaiman
223:In this sorry world, the symbol is the thing. ~ Neil Gaiman
224:It begins, as most things begin, with a song. ~ Neil Gaiman
225:Libraries really are the gates to the future. ~ Neil Gaiman
226:Life is a rock, but the radio rolled me over. ~ Neil Gaiman
227:Mirrors,' she said, 'are never to be trusted. ~ Neil Gaiman
228:On the whole, stories don't write themselves. ~ Neil Gaiman
229:seldom do those who are silent make mistakes. ~ Neil Gaiman
230:The stuff you bring back from dreams is free. ~ Neil Gaiman
231:Things like that, they're too vicious to die. ~ Neil Gaiman
232:We are writing the future in Letters of Fire. ~ Neil Gaiman
233:Whatever it is you're scared of doing, Do it. ~ Neil Gaiman
234:You want to know the future, love? Then wait: ~ Neil Gaiman
235:A book is a dream that you hold in your hands. ~ Neil Gaiman
236:All we have to believe with is our senses: the ~ Neil Gaiman
237:But hope, like heroes, can prove hard to kill. ~ Neil Gaiman
238:Daddy", she said, "you've made a recipe again. ~ Neil Gaiman
239:Do not take revenge in the heat of the moment. ~ Neil Gaiman
240:Have you ever been in love? Horrible isn’t it? ~ Neil Gaiman
241:He’d argue with rocks and the rocks would win. ~ Neil Gaiman
242:I don't know. I had to be something, didn't I? ~ Neil Gaiman
243:If you can fake sincerity, you’ve got it made. ~ Neil Gaiman
244:if you can fake sincerity, you've got it made. ~ Neil Gaiman
245:I make them up,' I tell them. 'Out of my head. ~ Neil Gaiman
246:It is your differences that make you glorious. ~ Neil Gaiman
247:It's easier to believe in aliens than in gods. ~ Neil Gaiman
248:It’s easier to believe in aliens than in gods, ~ Neil Gaiman
249:Never mind. There. For good or bad. It's done. ~ Neil Gaiman
250:They always scream when the eyeballs fall out. ~ Neil Gaiman
251:You cannot hear a poem without it changing you ~ Neil Gaiman
252:You don't pass or fail at being a human, dear. ~ Neil Gaiman
253:You don’t pass or fail at being a human, dear. ~ Neil Gaiman
254:You hurt. It's okay. I hurt too. Hold my hand. ~ Neil Gaiman
255:Colors seemed brighter because Becky was there. ~ Neil Gaiman
256:Do not lose hope - what you seek will be found. ~ Neil Gaiman
257:Even the oldest stories are new to somebody ... ~ Neil Gaiman
258:If you change the world, the world will change. ~ Neil Gaiman
259:Loki makes the world interesting but less safe. ~ Neil Gaiman
260:Power came from the rituals, not from the gods. ~ Neil Gaiman
261:The advice of poets is the cordiality of kings. ~ Neil Gaiman
262:Tools, of course, can be the subtlest of traps. ~ Neil Gaiman
263:We often confuse what we wish for with what is. ~ Neil Gaiman
264:You don't pass or fail at being a person, dear. ~ Neil Gaiman
265:You don’t pass or fail at being a person, dear. ~ Neil Gaiman
266:You get what anybody gets - you get a lifetime. ~ Neil Gaiman
267:Call no man happy, said Shadow, until he is dead ~ Neil Gaiman
268:He dreamed of ghosts, and of the moon and stars. ~ Neil Gaiman
269:I started writing when I was about 20, 21 maybe. ~ Neil Gaiman
270:It adds a little wonder and beauty to the world. ~ Neil Gaiman
271:Suffering is sometimes cleansing,” said the man. ~ Neil Gaiman
272:Whatever is happening, it can all be sorted out. ~ Neil Gaiman
273:You do not pass or fail at being a person, dear. ~ Neil Gaiman
274:فالكُتبُ مأمونة الجانب أكثر من الناس على كُل حال ~ Neil Gaiman
275:A life that is, like any other, unlike any other. ~ Neil Gaiman
276:Any view of things that is not strange, is false. ~ Neil Gaiman
277:Books are real places, make no mistake about that ~ Neil Gaiman
278:Even the proudest spirit can be broken with love. ~ Neil Gaiman
279:He was the boy with the book. Always and forever. ~ Neil Gaiman
280:I lived in books more than I lived anywhere else. ~ Neil Gaiman
281:It was crooked. But it was the only game in town. ~ Neil Gaiman
282:I was not so old that I would deny my own senses. ~ Neil Gaiman
283:People are icebergs. So much of us is underneath. ~ Neil Gaiman
284:Start telling the stories that only you can tell. ~ Neil Gaiman
285:...watching the bizarre bazaar unfold around him. ~ Neil Gaiman
286:You just have to grow up and try and be worth it. ~ Neil Gaiman
287:You know you can set fire to the capacity to say. ~ Neil Gaiman
288:By the windmills of Babyland he sat down and wept. ~ Neil Gaiman
289:Cats don’t have shoulders, not like people do. But ~ Neil Gaiman
290:Destiny smells of dust and the libraries of night. ~ Neil Gaiman
291:Es fácil. Tiene su truco. O lo haces, o te mueres. ~ Neil Gaiman
292:Every hour wounds. The last one kills. —OLD SAYING ~ Neil Gaiman
293:If looks could kill Newt would have been on a slab ~ Neil Gaiman
294:I missed her, deeply, painfully. But life goes on. ~ Neil Gaiman
295:I really like being able to laugh at my own jokes. ~ Neil Gaiman
296:I was not scared of anything, when I read my book. ~ Neil Gaiman
297:I will be brave, thought Coraline. No, I am brave. ~ Neil Gaiman
298:Life is a disease, sexually transmitted and fatal. ~ Neil Gaiman
299:Never trust the storyteller. Only trust the story. ~ Neil Gaiman
300:Partly because I get such astonishingly nice fans. ~ Neil Gaiman
301:She did not care. What are knife-cuts to a corpse? ~ Neil Gaiman
302:Then the lights went out, and Shadow saw the gods. ~ Neil Gaiman
303:The world seemed to shimmer a little at the edges. ~ Neil Gaiman
304:You are an analog girl, living in a digital world. ~ Neil Gaiman
305:You don’t pass or fail at being a person, dear.’ I ~ Neil Gaiman
306:You never forget. It must be somewhere inside you. ~ Neil Gaiman
307:Ее отдали океану. Настанет час, и океан вернет ее. ~ Neil Gaiman
308:Alas, respect for the truth compels perfect honesty ~ Neil Gaiman
309:Call no man happy,’ said Shadow, ‘until he is dead. ~ Neil Gaiman
310:Call no man happy,” said Shadow, “until he is dead. ~ Neil Gaiman
311:Does it make you feel big to make a little boy cry? ~ Neil Gaiman
312:Don't start anything you're not prepared to finish. ~ Neil Gaiman
313:Fiction is the lie that tells the truth, after all. ~ Neil Gaiman
314:forgetfulness can sometimes bring freedom of a sort ~ Neil Gaiman
315:I believe that mankind's destiny lies in the stars. ~ Neil Gaiman
316:I believe that mankind’s destiny lies in the stars. ~ Neil Gaiman
317:If the wolves come out of the walls, it's all over. ~ Neil Gaiman
318:If you want Neil Gaiman I could draw you a map. ~ Chuck Palahniuk
319:I'm never quite sure if I'm me when I'm dressed up. ~ Neil Gaiman
320:I was, and still am, on the side of books you love. ~ Neil Gaiman
321:I wish I could purr, too. I would have purred then. ~ Neil Gaiman
322:Nearly only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades. ~ Neil Gaiman
323:People named Tinkerbell name their daughters Susan. ~ Neil Gaiman
324:There's none so blind as those who will not listen. ~ Neil Gaiman
325:Vivía en los libros más que en cualquier otra parte ~ Neil Gaiman
326:You look divine.” “How the hell else should I look? ~ Neil Gaiman
327:You save a man’s life, you’re responsible for him’? ~ Neil Gaiman
328:All is well, and all is well, and all shall be well. ~ Neil Gaiman
329:Books are really places, make no mistake about that. ~ Neil Gaiman
330:Can't make an omelette without killing a few people. ~ Neil Gaiman
331:Can’t make an omelette without killing a few people. ~ Neil Gaiman
332:Creo en un universo vacío y sin dios de caos causal, ~ Neil Gaiman
333:Every hour wounds. The last one kills.’ – Old saying ~ Neil Gaiman
334:Every hour wounds. The last one kills. —OLD SAYING T ~ Neil Gaiman
335:If he didn't care about you, you couldn't upset him. ~ Neil Gaiman
336:If I could talk about it, I would not have to do it. ~ Neil Gaiman
337:If you don't know it's impossible it's easier to do. ~ Neil Gaiman
338:I know it's crooked. But it's the only game in town. ~ Neil Gaiman
339:I know it’s crooked. But it’s the only game in town. ~ Neil Gaiman
340:I know it's crooked, but it's the only game in town. ~ Neil Gaiman
341:I love you is a good thing to say if you can mean it ~ Neil Gaiman
342:I was not scared of anything, when I read my book... ~ Neil Gaiman
343:Life and death are different sides of the same coin. ~ Neil Gaiman
344:Loki makes the world more interesting but less safe. ~ Neil Gaiman
345:Mas se o pesadelo morresse, o sonho morreria também. ~ Neil Gaiman
346:My first piece of advice is this: Ignore all advice. ~ Neil Gaiman
347:Nearly' only counts in horseshoes and hand-grenades. ~ Neil Gaiman
348:Perfection is like chasing the horizon. Keep moving. ~ Neil Gaiman
349:Real life is rubbish at staying in genre boundaries. ~ Neil Gaiman
350:That's how I want to be remembered. I want to shine. ~ Neil Gaiman
351:This book is the book you have just read. It’s done. ~ Neil Gaiman
352:Death is never banished, it merely travels elsewhere. ~ Neil Gaiman
353:Freedom of speech gives you the right to stay silent. ~ Neil Gaiman
354:he said nothing. It seemed the smartest thing to say. ~ Neil Gaiman
355:How could you not like someone who laughed like that? ~ Neil Gaiman
356:If you don't know it's impossible, it's easier to do. ~ Neil Gaiman
357:I heard we see the world not as it is, but as we are. ~ Neil Gaiman
358:I lived in books more than I lived anywhere else. Our ~ Neil Gaiman
359:It's all about the dominant fucking paradigm, Shadow. ~ Neil Gaiman
360:NEIL GAIMAN near Kinsale, County Cork 15 January 2001 ~ Neil Gaiman
361:Oh, monsters are scared. That's why they're monsters. ~ Neil Gaiman
362:Pain hurts, just as greed intoxicates and lust burns. ~ Neil Gaiman
363:Scared my grandmother so much she nearly had kittens. ~ Neil Gaiman
364:Silas consumed only one food, and it was not bananas. ~ Neil Gaiman
365:The lower you start, the more opportunities you have. ~ Neil Gaiman
366:they were both men, or at least men-shaped creatures, ~ Neil Gaiman
367:time was an idea for which he no longer had any need. ~ Neil Gaiman
368:Trust dreams. Trust your heart, and trust your story. ~ Neil Gaiman
369:When I was a child, I pestered my elders for stories. ~ Neil Gaiman
370:You have to believe. Otherwise, it will never happen. ~ Neil Gaiman
371:And books are real places, make no mistake about that. ~ Neil Gaiman
372:Destiny smells of dust and the libraries of the night. ~ Neil Gaiman
373:If Hell is other people... then Purgatory is airports. ~ Neil Gaiman
374:I think that's a fair and judicious summary of events. ~ Neil Gaiman
375:It's Coraline, not Caroline. Coraline.' said Coraline. ~ Neil Gaiman
376:It won’t last forever,” said Wednesday. “Nothing does. ~ Neil Gaiman
377:LARRY NIVEN is best known as a science-fiction writer. ~ Neil Gaiman
378:MY JUVENILE DELINQUENT IS SCREWING YOUR HONOR STUDENT. ~ Neil Gaiman
379:Squamous. He did not need to look it up. He knew. They ~ Neil Gaiman
380:There was a hand in the darkness, and it held a knife. ~ Neil Gaiman
381:To be a good writer... read a lot and write every day. ~ Neil Gaiman
382:You are an immaterial girl living in a material world. ~ Neil Gaiman
383:A life, which is, like any other, unlike any other. And ~ Neil Gaiman
384:And what’s a stranger but a friend you haven’t met yet? ~ Neil Gaiman
385:...he realized how much he wanted to take her pain away ~ Neil Gaiman
386:I believe in absolute honesty and sensible social lies. ~ Neil Gaiman
387:I feel like I'm in a world with its own sense of logic. ~ Neil Gaiman
388:It's easy, there's a trick to it, you do it or you die. ~ Neil Gaiman
389:It’s easy, there’s a trick to it, you do it or you die. ~ Neil Gaiman
390:I was a book-y child. I was much more book-y than dark. ~ Neil Gaiman
391:I wasn’t sure what to say. Shall I tell her you’re out? ~ Neil Gaiman
392:Loki makes the world more interesting but less safe. He ~ Neil Gaiman
393:Parameters are the things you bounce off to create art. ~ Neil Gaiman
394:People tend to find books when they are ready for them. ~ Neil Gaiman
395:There is an enormous tentacle somewhere in these pages. ~ Neil Gaiman
396:Writers are liars my dear, surely you know that by now? ~ Neil Gaiman
397:Yes. Growing up is highly overrated. Just be an author. ~ Neil Gaiman
398:You’re slow,” said Loki, “but you get there in the end. ~ Neil Gaiman
399:All monsters are scared.
That's why they're monsters. ~ Neil Gaiman
400:A man who knows that time and the train wait for no man. ~ Neil Gaiman
401:Children's fiction is the most important fiction of all. ~ Neil Gaiman
402:"Death's a capricious thing, innit?" "Yes. Yes, she is." ~ Neil Gaiman
403:Everybody going to be dead one day, just give them time. ~ Neil Gaiman
404:Hey, that's life, flick it off if you can't take a joke. ~ Neil Gaiman
405:If you're not dead yet, you've got troubles fo your own. ~ Neil Gaiman
406:I liked that. Books were safer than other people anyway. ~ Neil Gaiman
407:I may be dead but I’m a dead witch. And we don’t forget. ~ Neil Gaiman
408:It's easy, there's a trick to it. You do it, or you die. ~ Neil Gaiman
409:I've lived in books more than I've lived nay where else. ~ Neil Gaiman
410:Once you've been around for a bit you get to know stuff. ~ Neil Gaiman
411:That was the April my father learned not to trust ducks. ~ Neil Gaiman
412:When you are scared, but you do it anyway, that's brave. ~ Neil Gaiman
413:Being a grown up is highly over rated. Just be an author. ~ Neil Gaiman
414:But. My hammer," said Thor.
"Shut up, Thor," said Loki ~ Neil Gaiman
415:Death's a capricious thing, innit?"
"Yes. Yes, she is. ~ Neil Gaiman
416:For these things have their rules. All things have rules. ~ Neil Gaiman
417:He is holding a book.
Inside the book is the Universe. ~ Neil Gaiman
418:....he said nothing. It seemed the smartest thing to say. ~ Neil Gaiman
419:I'm fine,' lied Richard bravely, to no one in particular. ~ Neil Gaiman
420:I saw a program. It had David Attenborough, so it’s true. ~ Neil Gaiman
421:It is neither fair nor unfair, Nobody Owens. It simply is ~ Neil Gaiman
422:Listen: to be eccentric, you must first know your circle. ~ Neil Gaiman
423:Pain shared, my brother, is pain not doubled, but halved. ~ Neil Gaiman
424:Style is made up of whatever an author can't avoid doing. ~ Neil Gaiman
425:There was something empty at the bottom of all her words. ~ Neil Gaiman
426:you can’t mend an omelette without unbreaking a few eggs. ~ Neil Gaiman
427:Все просто, есть один секрет, ты либо сдохнешь, либо нет. ~ Neil Gaiman
428:After four days of flight, she had found a hiding place... ~ Neil Gaiman
429:Fiction is a lie that tells us true things, over and over. ~ Neil Gaiman
430:I believe that ideas do not have to be correct to exist. I ~ Neil Gaiman
431:It is neither fair nor unfair, Nobody Owens. It simply is. ~ Neil Gaiman
432:It's too late for sorries, but I appreciate the sentiment. ~ Neil Gaiman
433:Kurgu, bize tekrar tekrar doğruları söyleyen bir yalandır. ~ Neil Gaiman
434:Livros era mais confiáveis que pessoas, de qualquer forma. ~ Neil Gaiman
435:Livros eram mais confiáveis que pessoas, de qualquer forma ~ Neil Gaiman
436:Not knowing everything is all that makes it OK, sometimes. ~ Neil Gaiman
437:Our existence deforms the universe. That's responsibility. ~ Neil Gaiman
438:Por muy lejos que te vayas, nunca podrás huir de ti mismo. ~ Neil Gaiman
439:Real life doesn't have to be convincing, but fiction does. ~ Neil Gaiman
440:Say ‘Nevermore,’” said Shadow. “Fuck you,” said the raven. ~ Neil Gaiman
441:Spiders' webs only have to be large enough to catch flies. ~ Neil Gaiman
442:There were people you could hug, and then there was Silas. ~ Neil Gaiman
443:the Trail of Tears: a cheerful gesture of casual genocide. ~ Neil Gaiman
444:Time, tide and cocktail hour wait, as it were, for no man. ~ Neil Gaiman
445:What I say is, a town isn’t a town without a bookstore. It ~ Neil Gaiman
446:When the first living thing existed, I was there, waiting. ~ Neil Gaiman
447:You are tired. Your family hates you. You have no friends. ~ Neil Gaiman
448:You shouldn't trust the storyteller; only trust the story. ~ Neil Gaiman
449:el camino siempre parece más largo cuando uno no lo conoce… ~ Neil Gaiman
450:Here, far from our homes, we will be forgotten by our gods. ~ Neil Gaiman
451:How do you take your coffee?” “Dark as night, sweet as sin. ~ Neil Gaiman
452:I liked that. Books were safer than other people anyway. My ~ Neil Gaiman
453:Livros eram mais confiáveis que pessoas, de qualquer forma. ~ Neil Gaiman
454:think empires rose and fell in the time it took you to pee. ~ Neil Gaiman
455:What happened to her?” he asked. “Poor taste in boyfriends, ~ Neil Gaiman
456:Why do I have this imagination? It's the only one I've got! ~ Neil Gaiman
457:You can always cheat an honest man, but it takes more work. ~ Neil Gaiman
458:Каждый час ранит. Последний — насмерть.
Старая поговорка ~ Neil Gaiman
459:All things want to open. You must feel that need and use it. ~ Neil Gaiman
460:É sempre tarde demais para pedir desculpas, mas eu agradeço. ~ Neil Gaiman
461:Face your life Its pain, its pleasure, Leave no path untaken ~ Neil Gaiman
462:He grinned, like a fox eating shit from a barbed wire fence. ~ Neil Gaiman
463:I f I were wise I would not have tried to change what I saw. ~ Neil Gaiman
464:I have a really high tolerance level for twits. I really do. ~ Neil Gaiman
465:It's easier to lie to yourself when you say things out loud. ~ Neil Gaiman
466:I was a stranger and you took me in. -Joji G. Shoji, d. 1921 ~ Neil Gaiman
467:I will never let go of your hand, not unless you tell me to. ~ Neil Gaiman
468:Life is a rock,” suggested Spider, “but the radio rolled me. ~ Neil Gaiman
469:Love belongs to Desire. And Desire is always Cruel. -Old Man ~ Neil Gaiman
470:Mrs. Whitaker found the Holy Grail; it was under a fur coat. ~ Neil Gaiman
471:Not knowing everything is all that makes it OK, sometimes... ~ Neil Gaiman
472:Oh, sweety-weety-pudding-and-pie, you are in so much trouble ~ Neil Gaiman
473:stupid as a man who bought his stupid at a two-for-one sale, ~ Neil Gaiman
474:...succubi and incubi with sell-by dates and Smart Card eyes ~ Neil Gaiman
475:We are all wearing masks. That is what makes us interesting. ~ Neil Gaiman
476:We owe it to each other to tell stories, as people simply... ~ Neil Gaiman
477:When you let it get personal, the cost becomes personal too. ~ Neil Gaiman
478:When you're scared but you still do it anyway, that's brave. ~ Neil Gaiman
479:When you’re scared but you still do it anyway, that’s brave. ~ Neil Gaiman
480:You’re too clever and too quiet for them to understand. They ~ Neil Gaiman
481:Each insult is woven with just enough truth to make it wound. ~ Neil Gaiman
482:Face your life, its pain, its pleasure Leave no path untaken. ~ Neil Gaiman
483:How would you feel about life if Death was your older sister? ~ Neil Gaiman
484:I created cat myths, which cats tell each other in the night. ~ Neil Gaiman
485:I'm going to kill somebody soon, just to relieve the tension. ~ Neil Gaiman
486:It is always easier to be afraid of something you cannot see. ~ Neil Gaiman
487:It was love, I knew, and it tasted like champagne in my mind. ~ Neil Gaiman
488:Maybe you're getting tired of existing on the whim of people. ~ Neil Gaiman
489:Put one word after another. Find the right word, put it down. ~ Neil Gaiman
490:Rich man, poor man, come away.
Come to dance the Macabray. ~ Neil Gaiman
491:Say 'Nevermore,'" said Shadow.
"Fuck You," said the Raven. ~ Neil Gaiman
492:Say 'Nevermore'," said Shadow.
"Fuck you", said the raven. ~ Neil Gaiman
493:Say ‘Nevermore,’” said Shadow. “Fuck you,” said the raven. It ~ Neil Gaiman
494:Spoons are excellent. Sort of like forks, only not as stabby. ~ Neil Gaiman
495:The Americas became a symbol of clemency, of a second chance. ~ Neil Gaiman
496:A könyvek társasága amúgy is biztonságosabb, mint az embereké. ~ Neil Gaiman
497:All stories are in conversation with other stories. —Neil Gaiman ~ Anonymous
498:Anyone who believes what a cat tells him deserves all he gets. ~ Neil Gaiman
499:Anywhere that I can't check my email is a good place to write! ~ Neil Gaiman
500:Erwachsene halten sich auf Wegen. Kinder gehen auf Kundschaft. ~ Neil Gaiman

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