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Read this story by [livejournal.com profile] eanor RIGHT NOW.

AS IN IMMEDIATELY.

Mind Heist

(That was so worth the trouble it gave you, my dear!)

Eureka!

Jan. 11th, 2012 12:23 am
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Amidst the glut of NC-17 Sherlock/John fic that is being (inexplicably) produced in response to the first two episodes of Series 2, comes this gem:

(spoilers for THoB)

"Singular" -- a 221B by innie

Eureka!

Jan. 11th, 2012 12:23 am
goldvermilion87: (Default)
Amidst the glut of NC-17 Sherlock/John fic that is being (inexplicably) produced in response to the first two episodes of Series 2, comes this gem:

(spoilers for THoB)

"Singular" -- a 221B by innie
goldvermilion87: (Default)
I have discovered through reading some recent recs and scouring some fic exchanges, that the kinds of Sherlock fics I like are dark-ish fics, often focusing on more minor characters.  Is it just my anti-fluffiness?  Or am I a morbid person? 

I have no idea, but if you know of a well-written Sherlock fic that fits this description, rec it to me!  (because I don't know how to discover those via holmesian_news.)

:-)
goldvermilion87: (Default)
I have discovered through reading some recent recs and scouring some fic exchanges, that the kinds of Sherlock fics I like are dark-ish fics, often focusing on more minor characters.  Is it just my anti-fluffiness?  Or am I a morbid person? 

I have no idea, but if you know of a well-written Sherlock fic that fits this description, rec it to me!  (because I don't know how to discover those via holmesian_news.)

:-)
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Echoing [livejournal.com profile] rabidsamfan.  This fic is absolutely incredible.  I want to know who wrote it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

(Link goes to Archive of Our Own)

The Bloody Revenge of Jefferson Hope (9287 words) by Anonymous
Fandom: Without A Clue, Sherlock Holmes & Related Fandoms
Rating: General Audiences
Warning: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Reginald "Sherlock Holmes" Kincaid, John Watson
Summary:

Left behind to his own devices while Watson is away for a case, Holmes decides to give his own unique spin to his adventures with Watson.

goldvermilion87: (Default)
Echoing [livejournal.com profile] rabidsamfan.  This fic is absolutely incredible.  I want to know who wrote it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

(Link goes to Archive of Our Own)

The Bloody Revenge of Jefferson Hope (9287 words) by Anonymous
Fandom: Without A Clue, Sherlock Holmes & Related Fandoms
Rating: General Audiences
Warning: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Reginald "Sherlock Holmes" Kincaid, John Watson
Summary:

Left behind to his own devices while Watson is away for a case, Holmes decides to give his own unique spin to his adventures with Watson.

goldvermilion87: (Default)
My friend [livejournal.com profile] capt_facepalm writes the BEST crack!  Go and check out this BBC!verse Christmassy crack.  It's short and sweet and pretty much hilarious.

goldvermilion87: (Default)
My friend [livejournal.com profile] capt_facepalm writes the BEST crack!  Go and check out this BBC!verse Christmassy crack.  It's short and sweet and pretty much hilarious.

goldvermilion87: (Default)
I don't usually rec... anything.  In fact, I'm much more of a fanfic writer than reader at this point, so I don't read vast quantities of Sherlock fic.  However, I read one story today that I really wanted to rec, and I remembered two others that I thought were exceptional, so I figured I'd make a post of it.


First off, the fic I read today.  I was recced by two other people in my f-list, and for good reason.  It's Mike Stamford backstory -- funny and creative:

Beautiful Ideas by [livejournal.com profile] metisket

Second, a fic I first saw a few days ago.  It's on the darker side of things, and hints at some mature topics, but I thought it was a great character study of Molly.  It managed to avoid both making Molly an absolute farce and making her a strong, determined, mature woman.  (I've seen both in fandom, and the former is just unfair, and the latter... well... really?)

A Sort of Fairytale (currently anonymous -- at [livejournal.com profile] holmestice.)

Third, possibly the best Sherlock fic I've read:

Hardly a Challenge by cerise

And then, I was given a very well-written crossover fic in the [livejournal.com profile] holmestice exchange.  It is exactly the sort of thing I like to read.  (Take that endorsement as you wish.  :-D ):

When Snow Falls in London


Happy Reading!


goldvermilion87: (Default)
I don't usually rec... anything.  In fact, I'm much more of a fanfic writer than reader at this point, so I don't read vast quantities of Sherlock fic.  However, I read one story today that I really wanted to rec, and I remembered two others that I thought were exceptional, so I figured I'd make a post of it.


First off, the fic I read today.  I was recced by two other people in my f-list, and for good reason.  It's Mike Stamford backstory -- funny and creative:

Beautiful Ideas by [livejournal.com profile] metisket

Second, a fic I first saw a few days ago.  It's on the darker side of things, and hints at some mature topics, but I thought it was a great character study of Molly.  It managed to avoid both making Molly an absolute farce and making her a strong, determined, mature woman.  (I've seen both in fandom, and the former is just unfair, and the latter... well... really?)

A Sort of Fairytale (currently anonymous -- at [livejournal.com profile] holmestice.)

Third, possibly the best Sherlock fic I've read:

Hardly a Challenge by cerise

And then, I was given a very well-written crossover fic in the [livejournal.com profile] holmestice exchange.  It is exactly the sort of thing I like to read.  (Take that endorsement as you wish.  :-D ):

When Snow Falls in London


Happy Reading!


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If you like Romantic Comedies, I highly recommend "Letters to Juliet."  My mom and I watched it together over Thanksgiving break, and we agreed that it went along with "You've Got Mail" in the BEST ROMANTIC COMEDIES EVER! category.
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If you like Romantic Comedies, I highly recommend "Letters to Juliet."  My mom and I watched it together over Thanksgiving break, and we agreed that it went along with "You've Got Mail" in the BEST ROMANTIC COMEDIES EVER! category.

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