Free Lamblake Heinz Story
Click on the link below to visit the Lamblake Heinz website and read 'The Cottage in the Cottage', a collaboration with James Sherbert.*
And then, if that tickles your funny bone, you can either seek psychiatric help or go to Smashwords to purchase The Grin of the Doll Who Ate his Mother's Face in the Dark and Other Dreadful Tales, of which Black Stasis reviewer Mr Peter Lodger was heard to declare 'Truly this is truth in advertising. I have never before read such dreadful tales', while slyly slipping into his back pocket a dirty and somewhat crumpled tenner sent to him by an unnamed third party.
The Lamblake Heinz collection is the hideous progeny of Rhys Hughes, though some other people have contributed anonymously to the book, so it won't necessarily all be bad.
And proceeds from sales of the book are going to charity, showing that the path to heaven is sometimes paved with bad intentions, or something like that.
*Click on the link quickly, as the story will only be there for a short period of time.
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