Thanks to azriona for the heads-up on this! It’s a lovely little review!
Anonymous asked: Hi! First I just want to say that I love your writing :) And now my question: do you have a set update schedule or is it just when you have things done? I'm not trying to be pushy, I'm just curious!
I try to have a set schedule, but it ends up being a bit rough. I usually wait to finish writing things before I start posting and then I try to post twice a week. “Nature and Nurture” is different because it’s being posted as a WIP, so I aim for once a week for it.
Anonymous asked: you have almost the same amount of posts tagged "benedict cumberbach" as you do "benedict cumberbatch" lol
Oh, no! There must have been a typo in there and I just keep choosing it from the autofill. Is there a way to depopulate the autofill? Anyone know?
(For the record, I stared at this for a good thirty seconds before I saw the difference between the two. I am terrible at detail.)
John Watson’s Twelve Days of Christmas by earlgreytea68 (~53,000 words)
It’s the holiday season. John Watson needs money. Sherlock Holmes needs something else.
My vote- The writer warns us right at the beginning that this is their version of a Sherlockian rom-com. So I had braced myself for lots of fluff (which I generally find a bit difficult to swallow), but I was pleasantly surprised by a really sweet yet sensible first time story, inspired by Christmas. When Sherlock runs into an interesting stranger who’s company isn’t entirely intolerable, he decides that the former soldier/Doctor would be perfect to fool his mother into thinking that her youngest had finally ‘found’ someone. He offers penniless, directionless, BORED John Watson an acting job for Christmas. The way the boys meet for the first time, the romance which was a part of the ‘deal’ and a lot which wasn’t was indeed rib-tickling yet heart-warming. I had a smile on my face throughout. Love!
Awwww, thank you! :-)