This is the 3rd (obviously) part of the September Random Puzzle. It’s going to be simple, and then take you to the end! Yes, I was feeling a bit lazy.
OK, well here it is.
Using the page you were sent to last time:
RN (random number) = number of books on my shelf written by one of my favourite authors. Use of Google/search engine of your choice permitted (in case you can only see the title).
Every RN+[number skipped in Caesar Cipher in Part 1]th owdr, starting with [number skipped in Caesar Cipher in Part 1]. I intentionally worded everything awkwardly, so that you can’t do this by spotting irregularities😁 Heehee. :
Our basset hound’s name is horrible for using on this site. The fiddly little dots of the e in Chloë are a pain. WordPress, the thing my blog uses, isn’t helping me find a shortcut. It’s a big irritation. Why couldn’t she just be a ‘Spot’ or a ‘D-O-G’ (pronounced Dee-O-Gee)? I can Ctrl-C the name for later Ctrl-V-ing, but still…
+, because I couldn’t find a sane way to use ‘backwards’ in context, backwards.
OK, that’s it, you know the deal now: comment if you solved/didn’t solve this, ’twas too easy, I messed something up, actually I’m not going to ask you to ask for hints this time because this is so. Simple. That I’m slightly ashamed, and thanks for existing [cue my twirly-hat bow].
The last part of the puzzle will be posted next Monday (28/09/2020). You will need a password to open it – the password you (hopefully) just discovered. NO CAPS. But nice try, it is not a password I can ever use except on that one post. Once past the password, you will discover a boring, cheesy, congratulating message.