The Isle of Blood
I have finished the Isle of Blood, Book 3 in the Monstrumologist series. The books are a love story disguised as a monster story. I can think of no better way to describe them. I love these characters and when the time comes it will be very, very hard to say goodbye. It has been such a touching and terrifying challenge to keep up with their adventures. My heart breaks for Will Henry and...
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Found tucked in the pages of the 6th Folio, a quote from Theodore Roosevelt, a contemporary of Warthrop. Did Will Henry think of Warthrop when he read it? - ed. It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust...
In working through the thirteen journals discovered in the possession of William James Henry upon his death in 2007, I discovered many passages which seemed oddly out of place - snatches of dialogue unconnected to the text in which they appeared; scraps of loose paper upon which strange sketches had been made; memorabilia I was reluctant to reproduce in the published accounts; ...
Yes, my dear child, monsters are real. I happen to have one hanging in my...– The First Folio
There are those who labor in darkness that the rest of us might live in the...– Folio VII
Mrs. Burlsap - A Fragment
(This fragment was discovered in the First Folio, or notebook, of Will Henry’s remembrances. It was not included in THE MONSTRUMOLOGIST because I felt, as Will Henry’s unofficial - and accidental - editor, it did not “fit” with the rest of the material. It struck me as somewhat of an aside, but I am posting it here because it does offer some insight into his relationship...