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Crisscross Moon

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A couple of young guys in the present try to figure out a mysterious legend from the past.

 

Meanwhile, some years earlier, a young, Native American wife is being admired by a young warrior from another family, temporarily stranded because of an injury.

 

And there are bears.

I'll be posting daily for the next five-or-so weeks.

copyright 2018 by Richard Eisbrouch

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Kinda curious as to why GA says 9 chapters but only 2 are posted. 

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Because I post ahead, and the chapters are on timed release -- every afternoon at 1:00.  All together, there will be about 40 chapters.  There are fewer in the e-book and printed edition, but readers seem to have less time to read here, so I further divide the chapters.

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3 hours ago, RichEisbrouch said:

Because I post ahead, and the chapters are on timed release -- every afternoon at 1:00.  All together, there will be about 40 chapters.  There are fewer in the e-book and printed edition, but readers seem to have less time to read here, so I further divide the chapters.

Thanks for the explanation. I look forward to reading more. 

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Sure thing.  And thanks for your interest in my writing.

 

If you need to string the book together in your mind, in the original form, the chapters alternated cleanly between present and past, and there were only 17 of them.  I haven't lost any of the story in the form I'm using for this site.  I just took breaks where I thought they wouldn't intrude.

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