March Newsletter – Imagining Things in Lockdown

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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Interviewed by Veteran’s Group “The Scribe”

https://www.thescribe.space/post/agata-s-story-by-henry-anderson Henry Anderson’s ‘Agata’s Story’, the second novel in the ‘Cape Misfortune’ series, was published by Solstice on 15th January 2021. This is the spellbinding tale of a celebrated law enforcement officer in the wild coastline town of Cape Misfortune. Aptly named, so it seems, for Sergeant Agata Dollar is experiencing bizarre paranormal events! Naturally …

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“Agata’s Story” is released!

“Cape Misfortune II: Agata’s Story,” the standalone sequel to “Cape Misfortune," is released today! “Welcome to beautiful Cape Misfortune. Come for the rugged coastline and unspoiled beaches. Stay for the quaint customs and friendly welcome.” Just don’t ask about the coming apocalypse! Sergeant Agata Dollar should have a great future – newly promoted, recently married, …

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Words for Mud, Ray Bradbury, Catherine Crowe.

Catherine Crowe Recent goings on. Hello. It’s February 2021.  As I type this the rain is beating on the conservatory roof. Nearly all the paths around where I live are thick mud. Other words for mud, incidentally, include slobber, slabber, slutch, and lutulence, according to the Oxford English Dictionary.  An unpleasant new variant of COVID, first detected …

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