Trigger Warning

Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Disturbances, by Neil Gaiman

Fun fact: I am reading two different books titled Trigger Warning at the same time.  The other one is about free speech, and (also) written by a Brit.

I'm a Gaiman fan, and there's nothing not to love about this latest collection of short stories with a few scattered poems.  They are just what you want in a Gaiman collection--creepy or unsettling or fun stories.  One is a Doctor Who story; one features an elderly Sherlock Holmes.  One or two or three are takeoffs on familiar fairy tales. They're all good.

So, happy new year, everybody!  May 2016 be filled with great books and fun blogging discussions for all of us.  Not to mention peace on earth, good will towards men.  This is also my 6th blogiversary, so I'm entering my 7th year of blogging.  Seven is a lucky number, right?  So I'll aim for a really excellent year. :)


  1. Thanks for highlighting Gaiman; I might be including it in my 2016 reading plans. Happy New Year!!!
    r/ Charles @

  2. Happy New Year and congrats on six years of blogging! I hope this upcoming year is full of wondrous reads and happy events for you!

  3. Happy New Year! Six years, my goodness, your blog is practically ancient by Internet standards, haha. Anyway, looks like you picked a good book to help you ring in 2016.

  4. Enjoy your seventh year of blogging! Kicking it off with Neil is a good way to start. :)


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