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New Book: Tales from the Annexe

Tales from the Annexe, a collection of fourteen stories, is now available for pre-order.

Seven stories from the world of Audrey Driscoll’s Herbert West Series, followed by seven other tales of illusions, delusions, and mysteries from the edges of logic.

Discover Herbert West’s connections to Egypt, and how a dead man can help solve a mystery.
Share Charles Milburn’s ruminations as he explores another dimension of his friendship with Herbert.
Experience the horror of a long-anticipated revenge.
Sample the treats on offer from the ice cream truck from Hell.
Ride along with a dad who abandons his ten-year-old son in the woods where something howls.
Find out why a woman paints her bedroom a very special colour.
Accompany fifteen-year-old Ann as she tries to prove she belongs to the glamorous family on the other side of town.

These and other curious encounters may be found in this annexe to the ordinary.

Available at a special pre-order price of $0.99 USD (or equivalent) from these Amazon outlets
US UK CA AU DE

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49 comments

    1. I’m happy to hear that, Lorinda. BTW, I’m enjoying The Blessing of Krozem, and I was totally impressed with the excerpt you posted from MWFB #8 on your blog. Even with all the linguistic details, it was funny and interesting. Can’t wait for that one to be published!

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      1. I’m happy you’re enjoying B of K – it could use more reviews! And I’m glad you liked the excerpt. I solicited the opinions of some of my conlanger friends over on my Facebook group, and it seems that “regular” readers liked the linguistic material better than the conlangers did! So I think I’ll leave it in. There is a lot more of that sort of thing in the book, of course, because a detailed study of how humans might learn to communicate with aliens in a first contact was the reason I started MWFB in the first place. I did some of that, as you will remember, in The Termite Queen, but I take it much farther in MWFB. (Unfortunately, publication of Rare Birds is not imminent!)

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    1. Thanks for the good wishes, Chuck. It’s a bit of a risk publishing stories related to novels not everyone (ha ha) has read. And yes, HPL is getting a lot of attention now, way more than during his lifetime. Posthumous success is better than none at all, I guess. Thanks again.

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