Modern Fantasy · Review

Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Disturbances by Neil Gaiman | Audiobook Review

Gaiman collected a bunch of his short stories that could be triggering, but he spends a good hour in the introduction explaining his thoughts about trigger warnings and the short story collection. I can’t explain well what Gaiman’s strategy for the book was or what his main motivation was, but I found a quotation that explains it much better. I found this quote from the introduction

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Book Traveling Thursdays: A New-to-You Author

It’s time for another Book Traveling Thursdays! This week we are to choose a new-to-you author that you discovered this year. That new-to-me author is Ursula K. Le Guin. Because I read and loved her novella, Paradises Lost, I’m choosing the anthology I found it in: The Birthday of the World and Other Stories. Paradises Lost is about… Continue reading Book Traveling Thursdays: A New-to-You Author