Henry Anderson is the author of “The Mouth” and blogs on literature and writing, mostly. You can read his posts here.
Henry’s latest blog looks at a famously spooky short story and wonders if the victim deserved his torments – “‘Green Tea’ and The Horror of Psychological Horror.”
The author’s previous blog “The Word Pool‘ is about characters revealing themselves through their language. Before that Henry wrote about “What Our Monsters Can Tell Us“and asked “Grammar – What Is It Good For?” This was preceded by a blog post telling a tale from the author’s time as a cancer patient.
Henry’s first novel The Mouth is out now.
“Jenny’s Books” gave it 5 stars and said, “Fast-paced sci-fi fantasy full of nonstop action that keeps you on the edge of your seat.”
When sixteen-year-old Jack’s hometown is burned down and his family killed his only chance of survival is to travel through a device called “The Mouth” that opens doors into other worlds. A gritty adventure story about hope, resolve and finding the courage to carry on fighting even when all seems lost.
Check out a video trailer.
Click here for some of Henry’s background sketches.
Click here for locations that inspired the story.
Also click here for a playlist of songs that loosely influenced “The Mouth”.
Visit Henry’s Amazon Author Page