It's either Melville or Homer. Or perhaps Erskine Childers.Really I have no idea!
Nope, but here's a clue: have a look back at the book reviews
I am struggling to recognize what to make of your clues about "format."There is a certain structure to each tale. About 6-8 short paragraphs, often with 1 or 2 one line paragraphs.Is that what you are getting at? Is it some author who writes that way?
Maybe structure would be a better word, with units = posts. Maybe worth giving clue #2: Look though those posts with label "Books" and those with label "Greenland"
Q2: Correct!That should also give the answer to Q3 but can you also get Q1?
It was the dog that gave me the clue to Tristan. Three legs.Still thinking about the format!
Did each post contain one incident from Tristan's book - something that may or may not have been fiction?
First part of the answer is wrong but the second part of the answer on the right lines
I'm really struggling with this. A lot of your "yarn" is clearly a retelling of what actually happened on your Greenland voyage. But you have also added other stuff that is often hard to believe.Does each post contain one thing that you totally made up?
Close enough.The basic idea was alternate non-fiction / fiction posts. The first mostly true until the last line which would lead to a wholly fictional second post.This came from reading Tristan Jones where some stories were almost certainly made up.
Duh. Good quiz. I should have spotted that!
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