Neil Gaiman is one of the most exciting authors of our time. He penned the epic The Sandman comic series and the books Good Omens, Stardust, Coraline, and more. If you’re a fan, you can get a signed copy of his novel American Gods if you head to the John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City, because the author secretly signed all the copies there.
In a Facebook post, Gaiman revealed that he signed all copies in all Hudson News outlets in Terminal 4, Concourse B. He said, “If you are in JFK terminal 4, concourse B, the Delta one, I stealth-signed every single copy of American Gods, in each of the Hudson News outlets, even the stickered 3 for 2 copies. Nobody noticed except for one young traveler, who said ‘did you write that book?’ and when I said yes, said ‘who ARE you?’ which seemed an odd question because it was on the front of the book, after all.”
Oh, young traveler. You should have purchased a copy.
Many of Gaiman’s works have been adapted to film or TV. Stardust and Coraline have been adapted to film, while American Gods was adapted into a series. Just recently, it was revealed that Good Omens, his first novel with Terry Pratchett, will also be turned into a series. His most expansive work, The Sandman series, is also being developed into a movie.
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