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Sherlock's Solid Case

THE PERSONAL BLOG of Dr. John H. Watson

I couldn’t understand why Sherlock was dazed. I was taking him to a better doctor then. Didn’t know if it was because he hadn’t had a case in the past 6 months, or if it was just one of his Sherlock-esque idiosyncrasies, but he was just so shocking to look at. 228 more words

Flash Fiction

Janet in January - 2017 Reading Challenge Edition

January 28 –  Finished the book The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto by Mitch Albom.  It was great.  Makes me want to read more of his work for sure.   249 more words

Janet In January - 2017

Sherlock season 4

2.5 / 5 stars

Sherlock season 4 begins where the Christmas special left off. We see Mycroft playing altered security footage that makes it appear Sherlock wasn’t the one who shot Charles Magnussen, leaving him free to deal with Jim Moriarty. 2,066 more words



Before we go any further, let me assure you this review is chocked FULL OF SPOILERS!! I’ve tried doing it without spoilers, but the sheer awesomeness of this episode is impossible to fully explain without SPOILERS!!! 798 more words

Film Reviews

Final Adventures of Impromptu London

A bittersweet day.

Today was my last full day in London and while I will miss this amazing city, I am looking forward to being back with my family, friends, and co-workers (yes, I do actually miss my co-workers). 716 more words


Sherlock: 'The Six Thatchers' review - a comic start and a tragic ending

Warning: This post contains spoilers for series four, episode one of Sherlock. Please do not read this post until you have watched ‘The Six Thatchers’. 824 more words


Minding the Gap in London

(Apologising in advance for the use of British English in this post.)

On holiday at the weekend, I found myself under a light but constant sprinkle of chilly rain along rows of cosy brownstones. 823 more words

Adventures In England