One of the interesting things about fanfiction is that lots of people write it: men, women, young and old. Fanfiction is plentiful and of inconsistent quality. Because many pieces of fanfiction are poorly written, some people believe that this is true of all fanfiction and won’t read any of it, which is a shame, because … Continue reading
Guess what? I had a fanfiction story published in the literary magazine, Fanhand (http://fanhand.wordpress.com/). The magazine was just started by some students from Washington. They hope to continue it. they have a blog, and my story is there. Please give it a read and tell me what you think. I don’t have much cross over … Continue reading
Look at the picture and give the following information: 1. What season and episode is it from? 2. What is happening in this scene? 3. What clues helped you figure this out. Number 5 Number 6 Number 7 Number 8 Number 9 This is the image that I could not place. Can you?
Lets see if you recognize these. Remember to tell: 1. What season and episode is it from? 2. What is happening in this scene? 3. What clues helped you figure this out. Number 3 Number 4
Today, I was watching a Sherlock fan video and I looked at an image and said, “where the heck did that shot come from?” Having watched the shows so often, I usually remember which episode a shot comes from, but sometimes I get confused and it takes me a while to figure it out. Then … Continue reading
I am a SHERLOCK fan. If you haven’t noticed then you are not very observant. And the fact that I have started my post with an insult is evidence that I have been watching way too much Sherlock Holmes this year. Sherlock, if you don’t know, is a television show on BBC in the UK. … Continue reading
I’ve just put up the conclusion for my script of the story of The Empty House. This is for the characters in the BBC series Sherlock and is based on the original Conan Doyle story. I actually called it Act1 because I wasn’t sure of the length. If you are wondering why I would be … Continue reading
Awakened at night. Jeremy Brett on TV. Lethargy persists.
When I watch “The Great Game” ( the 3rd episode of the Sherlock TV series) There is one mistake that always leaps out at me. In the Carl Powers case, in hour 3, Sherlock yells out Clostridium Botulinum as if he has just identified the cause and an image of bacteria is flashed on the … Continue reading
My next installment in my empty house screenplay. Here is an excerpt : JOHN … So how are you getting on. It must have been difficult having to hide him in your apartment. I know that Sherlock is not the easiest of roommates. MOLLY Oh I didn’t mind. I’ve been pretty much on my own … Continue reading