When Neil lost his Tardis pin, he was a very sad best-selling author. Lucky for him, his pin came from the aptly-named Two wacky pin guys! They sent him a replacement Tardis pin, along with some other goodies, and issued this caveat: 3's the limit! (which i found hilarious, but it's easy to amuse me)
They included a photo taken on the Canadian leg of Neil's book tour, when Neil realizes who is standing in front of him...
here is a great envelope housing a letter from Germany..."no favors.."
some great books came in:
this ghostly one was actually a gift to me...thanks, Emily!
and a play.
the inscription was so great, I had to photograph it. As for SANDMAN being a play for the stage, talk to DC!
some of the beautiful art from Bethany's Song by Donald Juengling, the lettering is delicious. (i'm really picky about lettering, can stop me from reading a comic, sad but true)
Boss, you will want to read the letter that came with this card...
the new Hera! thank you, you Icelandic beauty.
A young American named Tyler stationed in Afghanistan sends this touching gift to Neil and Amanda from the Afghan bazaar, I sat there on the floor after I opened the very battered smashed-up box and almost cried. The heart opens in face of such kindnesses.
this little movie, Mouse and Grudge, I will watch tonight before sending on to NG, stop-motion by Reita Piecuch!!
I think it's a tie between Steve N. King & Clarve Biker for my favorite blurb!
Speaking of All Hallow's Read, I will announce a Neverwear contest for some spooky art, with some mighty yummy hard-to-find prizes.
stay tuned, as I tinker a bit on that end with the help of our beloved WebGoblin. Special thanks to Mr. Christopher Salmon of Silverfish Productions for haunting up the Neverwear blog, we will get a better look at that gravestone shortly...