The Microsoft Outlook e-mail notification icon appeared and I clicked on the icon. Ah, a new e-mail from ... eFax? They send out monthly notices, but here it was the second week of the month. Hmmm. I set up the account a while back but never used it. Did someone get my eFax number? Great. Another type of spam.
I opened the e-mail and saw that it had a HUGE attachment. Sure enough, it was an actual fax. So I opened it and looked at the cover page. Ah, I saw what the problem was. It was a "wrong number" fax.
The fax was intended for Simon & Schuster, and it had their number, (212) 632-8099, on the cover sheet. So that explains it. My eFax number was ... shall we say ... close. I saw the error. Great. I'll be getting faxes for Simon & Schuster now.
Okay, let's see who it's from. Glenn Reynolds? The first chapter of his new book? This might be interesting, I thought, as I opened it and began reading ...
I'm not sure it'll be a hit. I get the feeling it's a recycled plot.