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CQ Scavenger Hunt Clue #3

Welcome back to the carnival! This is a scavenger hunt and we are collecting clues to various Curiosity Quills Press Authors. Did I just hear some applause? Yep, I thought so!

Now, you can read the first two clues HERE. I am creating a new booth for the third clue because I want everyone to have a chance to see all the clues.

So, without further ado, here is the 3rd clue... (I didn't know I was a poet!)

CLUE 3
Do Not Answer to quickly... and that's all I'm saying.

 Now, here is the link to the article I want you to read. Just for your info and my satisfaction, this article is about MY FAMILY. I kid you not. For real!

If you need to read a little about Sharon's book, THE CHARGE, you do so HERE. 

Article clue is HERE.

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  1. That is a very interesting story about your family! I can see where that would be particularly confusing in that area with them being so isolated.

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    1. Ah, Sharon and I are practically neighbors. :))

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    2. Cool! Always nice to know other Texans.

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