Date: January 12, 2018 11:45AM
Yes, I'm kind of a Gaimanaholic. Became that because I read American Gods as a book club read. It was so poignant in my early exmo days. And it was a genre I never thought I was interested in but got a little hooked.
Have you seen this:https://www.geek.com/comics/the-sandmans-death-cinamon-hadley-has-passed-away-at-48-1727353/
I grew up with Cinamon's father's family. Uber TBMs. I was in high school when Cinamon was born in my hometown and then connected with them again when we lived in Provo and my own daughter was young and dancing at the studio where Cinamon was a principal dancer (they were connected to BYU). She (Cinamon) was the Sugar Plum Fairy in the Nutcracker and was absolutely amazing. She moved to New York to pursue her dancing and somewhere in there, she made the transition from mormonism to what must have been her true inner self. I understand that she was amazingly talented in whatever she pursued. I always thought that she had to be the most interesting person ever and wished I'd known her as an adult. I'd imagine that her mormon family was very accepting, they're that kind of people.