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Discussion 1: Starting with Doyle and the Order

Before the end of the month, let’s aim for these goals, so we can get the game afoot-ing… so we can press on.

Recruiting Pups

The litter basket is empty! Come introduce yourselves and make yourselves at home. If you or someone you know is looking for some reading fun, take a trip to 221B Baker Street with the Baskerville Pups. Spread the word so we can reach to everyone, especially the youths who can add something fun to their summer holiday. This club can boost interactions and interest in literature and surprisingly, science. The Baskerville Pups is all about discovery, and at the end of it all, we want to help the Pups find something that would have an everlasting and positive effect on them.

Side note! Experienced Sherlockians are more than welcome to come guide the Pups as they read, learn, and play.

Some Background

This month is short, so this is a wonderful opportunity to come together and talk about the man behind the unofficial consulting detective, the unofficial consulting detective, and any other aspects.

If you have any documentary or article suggestions that will aid such research, please comment below, mention us on Twitter @baskervillepups, or email us at before July 17th. We want to make this discussion as engaging as possible, not research homework.

A Calendar

Lastly, our founder and editor, Monique, will share a calendar for the order in which we shall read the books, along with other fun events.

That’s Today’s Wrap

  • Getting the team together
  • Understanding a bit about Sir Doyle and Holmes
  • Awaiting the calendar

We will meet you on Goodreads for the next round of chatting; see you there. Cheerio!

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