“Cape Misfortune” shortlisted for award.

Henry Anderson’s “Cape Misfortune” has been shortlisted for a CIBA award in the “Supernatural’ category. About "Cape Misfortune" The advice in Cape Misfortune is not to swim.… Who knows where those deadly rip tides end up? Grandma claimed they swept the unwary to beaches on dark islands across the sea. But you can swim if …

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January 2022 Newsletter – Criticism

Ben Jonson by Henry Bone Recent goings-on Hello! It's January. Another year. Hope springs eternal. I hope good things happen for you in 2022. For the Misfortune fans I've developed a sneaky fondness for the anti-hero of Cape Misfortune, Mr. Krampton, or Krampus. The third and final book in the trilogy deals with his origin …

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October Newsletter – Words

October Words. 1. Recent goings-onHello! Winter has come. Well, actually it’s autumn - basically not Summer, though. Although we have had a bit of an Indian Summer in the UK.2. For the Misfortune fansThe characters are taking over. Thank goodness for writing.3. For the DaydreamersThe words people use, in fiction and in real life, reveal a lot about them.“All …

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From the Cape Misfortune Guidebook

Get a free map of Cape Misfortune, a quaint piece of headland on the Southern Oregon Coast, from the tourist office in Main Street. A few examples of local superstitions and customs taken from the Cape Misfortune Guidebook. Borrow pence or Heg Pence – Ancient, faceless coins. Useful to pay off supernatural creatures. Geshank – A knife, …

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March Newsletter – Imagining Things

Early Blooms of a Hawthorn Recent goings-on Hello! Tomorrow (March 20th) is the start of astronomical Spring here in the Northern Hemisphere. Longer days are on the horizon. For the Misfortune fans "Cape Misfortune II Agata's Story" has been out for a month, and people have been positive. My fellow author Henry Mitchell was kind …

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Interviewed at the Drovers Gap

Interviewed at the Drovers Gap by the charming Henry Mitchell, who reads and writes in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Northern Carolina. Henry to Henry... https://droversgap.blogspot.com/2021/02/henry-to-henry.html Picture from Henry's Website DROVERS GAP. . . A STORY PLACE, NOT TOTALLY A FICTION, NOT QUITE ON A MAP. February 25, 2021HENRY TO HENRY… I read Henry Anderson's …

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