Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Grinning Cat, Chapter One – by Joseph W Svec III

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Chapter 1. A Very Strange Visitor (Now that’s rather unusual.)

It was a cold and foggy February 4, 1898, rather typical for that time of year actually, but most untypically, Sherlock Holmes was not quite his usual self that day. No, not at all. Not in the least. And I must confess that even after all of the unusual and quite incredible adventures we had shared up until the morning of that very strange visitor, I was rather beside myself as well. Continue reading “Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Grinning Cat, Chapter One – by Joseph W Svec III”

Artist Spotlight – Evan Butterfield

Sir Derevish MontbollardSir Derevish Montbollard displays a prototype of his patented Personal Mobile Telegraphonic Device (P.M.T.D.), a wrist-mounted, self-powered telegraph destined to revolutionize human communications by making telegraphic interactions as simple as plugging one’s P.M.T.D. into the growing number of public telegraphic ports, instantly connecting the individual’s device with an international wired network. Continue reading “Artist Spotlight – Evan Butterfield”