amwriting, Gothic Fiction, Pagham-verse, The Crows, world building

NEW!! Folklore of Pagham-on-Sea

New eBook! Free to Newsletter Subscribers

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A very short companion book to the Pagham-on-Sea ‘verse, Folklore of Pagham-on-Sea Vol. I is now available across all major digital platforms. Get it for 99p (GBP) /.99c (USD) or equivalent conversion rate (GBP) in other marketplaces.

Some of the content is available in some earlier form here for free: check out Jennet, Jenny and Pinnie-Pen, The Eleusinian Mysteries, The Punch & Judy Man, and the Meteorite Crash for an idea of the style. Never-before-seen tales include The Greenlad, or, The Girl Who Saw Herself, and Farisee Stones. The new (and older) content includes notes by Rev. J. D. Allardyce (1832-1920) and his commentary on the tales and how he collected them, but his full critical edition of local folktales is yet to be released.

If you’ve read The Crows, be on the lookout for smol easter eggs.

If you subscribed to my newsletter, you’ll be getting this as a freebie – I’ve sent out emails to ask you if you want it, and if so, to get in touch and let me know which format you’d prefer! I can send it to you as a .mobi, .ePub or .pdf file. If you’re not sure, mobis are Kindle-compatible, and ePubs are for loads of other readers – just let me know if the file you request doesn’t work. Enjoy!

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