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 I have to ask you some questions about your writing, Henry. Firstly, what led you into journalism and what areas were you involved in?

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Words for Mud, Ray Bradbury, Catherine Crowe.

Catherine Crowe
  1. 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. 

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My first Newsletter: Orwell, Oregon and more.

Oregon coast, Depoe Bay (c) Dan Myers
  1. Recent goings-on.

Starting a newsletter during a health emergency seems frivolous somehow. But even in quarantine life goes on. So I sit in the garden, drinking in pale afternoon sunshine while April birdsong fills the air. Also the next door neighbour’s lawnmower fills the air.

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