[NetBehaviour] "The Puzzle Box", a story for children

Michael Szpakowski szpako at yahoo.com
Tue Feb 5 14:36:41 CET 2008

Edward - I've only read half way but already I'm
convinced you are the digital realm's answer to J K
Rowling (only with better style).
I'm getting this in now so that when the millions
start to roll in you don't forget me.
It's quite lovely! - totally uncool and all the better
for it. I'm now going to read the rest of the chapter
warmest wishes
--- Edward Picot <edwardpicot at beeb.net> wrote:

> "She went up the stairs to her Dad's room, just in
> time to see something terrible happen. Her Dad was
> sitting at his desk. To his left was the wall, and
> there was something black on it. At first Dora
> thought it must be a big spider; then that her Dad
> must have somehow splashed ink or black paint onto
> the wallpaper; but then she saw that it was moving
> and growing bigger..."
> A mysterious boy, a mysterious box, and a mysterious
> black beetle. The first of 12 chapters.
> http://www.edwardpicot.com/puzzlebox/
> - Edward Picot
> http://hyperex.co.uk - The Hyperliterature Exchange
> http://edwardpicot.com - personal website
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