Tag Archives: Sherlock Holmes

Give ’em Hell Harry! The Greatest Escape of All

Repost from once upon a time… It’s Halloween. Allhallows Eve. Samhain. The perfect time for a scary story. So bolt your doors, lower the lights and gather ’round children, for a chilling tale of unearthly apparitions conjured by those who seek … Continue reading

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Give ‘Em Hell, Harry: The Greatest Escape of All Time

It’s almost Halloween. Allhallows Eve. Samhain. The perfect time for a scary story. So bolt your doors, lower the lights and gather ’round children, for a chilling tale of unearthly apparitions conjured by those who seek to undermine the dominion of … Continue reading

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Junk Drawer File: Non-canonical Work and the Harlem Shake

As an addendum to my last post, or a couple of shiny objects that distracted me while I was writing it, I submit the following. Sherlock Holmes, in the original Sir Arthur Conan Doyle canon, never uttered the famous phrase, “Elementary … Continue reading

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The Case of the Unbroken Spine, or, Finding a Worthy Adversary

My Heroic Quest is really coming together. I have my Hero in Training (me), I have my Romantic Interest (Rachel), I have potential Traveling Companions (blog followers, writing group members), and I have identified the need to find a Mentor figure. … Continue reading

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