Extras in Albion | World Anvil


Every so often, I want to spend a bit more time with a character, or there's a story that doesn't quite fit into a book. That's where these extras come in. They probably won't make much sense if you haven't read the relevant book, though!   I share these with readers of my newsletter as a treat. I send an email most Fridays with what's coming soon, as well as links and tidbits from my research and writing that week.   The title links for each story will take you to more detail about how it fits into Albion and the relevant books. Check out the Books and extras timeline for how the different sections of these tales fit into the larger world of Albion.   Links to download all the extras are here. If you are signed up for my mailing list, check the links at the top and bottom of every email since June 2022 for a link that doesn't ask for your email address.  
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Current extras

(in order of publication of the relevant book)  

Ancient Trust

1922, Ytene and other locations
A prequel novella in which Geoffrey Carillon inherits the land obligations, and with Thomas Benton, must figure out what his life is doing now.  

A Dog's Chance

1921, London.
A short story about how a very large dog led to Una Doran meeting Anna Walter. Can be read whenever you'd like, it's not associated with any specific book.  

The Size of the Bog

1912, the New Forest
A short story covering the beginning of Rufus Pride's apprenticeship, and how he begins to come to grips with the strength of his magic. An extra for Outcrossing.  

Unexplored Territory

A short story about what Lizzie Penhallow and Geoffrey Carillon are up to between the epilogue of Goblin Fruit through the events of On The Bias. Several scenes about their plots and discoveries. This does contain spoilers for On The Bias.  

Three Tales of Gabe and Rathna

1907 through 1923
A novella's worth of scenes and events from Gabriel Edgarton and Rathna Stone's lives, before and after the events of The Fossil Door. (Definitely read the book first here.)  

Tea and Meetings

1904 through 1926
Eight scenes from various points in Thesan Wain and Isembard Fortier's lives, the last two following on from the events of Eclipse.  

With All Due Speed 

June 1925 through December 1925
Scenes between when Thesan Wain and Isembard Fortier discuss an engagement through to their wedding, following on from the events of Eclipse.  

Interstitial Moments 

May 1935 through May 1936
Three sets of scenes about the aftermath of Geoffrey Carillon and Alexander Landry's adventures in Berlin in Best Foot Forward. It includes Lapidoth Manse, Thomas Benton, Thesan Wain and Isembard Fortier as point of view characters. 25K total.  

A tidbit

Giles interviews assistants

This is quite short, so enjoy two brief scenes that take place during the first chapter of Wards of the Roses, where Giles Lefton interviews two possible candidates to assist him. (This one is so short it's not worth formatting into a file, click through to read it.)