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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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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My first Newsletter: Orwell, Oregon and more.

Oregon coast, Depoe Bay (c) Dan Myers 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. Fiction I am …

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