To celebrate the month of October I found a copy of Neil Gaiman’s version of Hansel and Gretel.
From a writing perspective, Storyaday’s Julie Duffy talks about the Hansel and Gretel structure of story. You can listen to her take on it at this link here.
There’s something about fairy tales that seems very autumnal for me and this Neil Gaiman version has these wonderful illustrations done by Lorenzo Mattotti which gives it a spooky feeling.
I also love the short story by Neil Gaiman for October too: Click Clack Rattlebag
Does anyone have any spooky short stories they can recommend to welcome October?
Today I am writing a story inspired by POISONOUS and STORY. I started dictating while in the car – it is going to be FUN!
I started The Dinner List and couldn’t be more excited! I also found out On Writing by Stephen King is an audiobook.