I'm a Neil Gaiman fan. And you should be, too.
So here's some free, cool stuff to get you started.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Neil Gaiman's award-winning Coraline, you can enjoy listening to the entire novel, one chapter at a time, as read Neil, Lemony Snicket, Adam Rex, Holly Black, and other famous authors.
Coraline is the story of a young girl who moves into a ramshackle house and discovers a doorway to an alternate reality that's a little too perfect. There's a talking cat and a witch, but this ain't Narnia.
If that's not enough awesome for you, Neil is offering a free download of his short story, "Click-Clack the Rattlebag," as performed by Neil, on Audible.com. Plus, Audible will donate $1 for each free download to DonorsChoose.org if you dowload by October 31.
And Neil also started All Hallow's Read, which is a new Halloween tradition where you give someone a scary book (or comic or graphic novel) during the week leading up to, or on, Halloween. Call it a spooky literacy effort.
Treat yourself to a free Neil Gaiman goodie this Halloween season!
Bonus video: Coraline film trailer