Get Caught Reading — The Sign of the Ape 2

Another exciting episode in Teagan’s serial, “Get Caught Reading–The Sign of the Ape 2.

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The month of May is a lovely time of year.  It’s also Get Caught Reading (GCR) Month.  As many of you know, I’m doing a midweek mini-series in support of this public service campaign.  The intention of GCR is to encourage people of all ages to read, and that is what bloggers do with every post.  So this fictional, fanciful story includes an intrepid band of bloggers.

Have you caught me reading any sort of novel?  Why yes you have — the novel that inspired the title of this mini-series, Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Sign of the Four.  The plot has nothing to do with my story though. I was not ambitious enough to try and follow the footsteps of Sherlock Holmes.  You can get The Sign of the Four freehere.

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During the first chapter I found a shimmering airship outside my window.  The…

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7 thoughts on “Get Caught Reading — The Sign of the Ape 2

  1. I have a number of e-books lined up. Right now I’m reading Lord David Prosser’s first book, “My Barsetshire Diaries”. Your first book is on the list also. My account with Amazon has become messed up somehow. I’ve had several talks with their customer service trying to get it straightened out. I have to buy through Amazon.in (India). The e-books are on a Cloud account and I’m afraid of losing them in trying to get the account straightened out. It’s a mess. Hugs to you also. 🙂 — Suzanne

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  2. I’ve always got a list of books waiting for me to read them. There are so many, in fact, that I keep a list on my Amazon.com wish list where I hold them until I am closer to being able to read them.:)

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