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Theatre Review – Sherlock Holmes: The Hound of the Baskervilles

York Theatre Royal, Tuesday 2nd August 2016

 Damian Cruden’s Sherlock Holmes: The Hound of the Baskervilles is an original family-oriented devised musical dressed handsomely in an appropriated Victorian circus-theatre aesthetic involving model cityscapes, shadowplay and scrolling captions. 327 more words

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Top 5 Wednesday: Favourite Books Outside my Comfort Zone

Here’s to those living – or reading – dangerously!

Everyone’s got a comfort zone. Some people are more willing than others to step outside of theirs, but everyone’s got one, even us bookworms, and it’s this week’s Top Five Wednesday topic. 783 more words

@HoudiniandDoyle Bedtime Reading and Assassins from @kleffnotes

The finale of Houdini and Doyle was last night and it was so full of amazing moments that it was hard to narrow down just what I wanted to talk about this week. 802 more words

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How big is the cat then?

Over the last couple of weeks I’ve passed this strange sight a few times while walking through Clifford’s Inn from Fleet Street.  It looks like one of those plastic boxes you bring your cat to the vet in but there’s no handle on the top and it’s very very large (you’ll never get this on the bus!) Any ideas? 23 more words

The Hound of the Batterwitch

Crossover between Sherlock Holmes and the webcomic Homestuck, by Andrew Hussie.

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Check Out My New Horror Short Story, "The Blue Lights," in the Cinched Anthology

My newest short story, “The Blue Lights,” has just been published in the Cinched: Imagination Unbound anthology edited by John Hartness.

The parameters of the anthology were simple: write any kind of story you want under 9,000 words as long as a corset is prominently featured in the story. 3,260 more words

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Who Let the Dogs Out?

The phrase “black dog”, when it doesn’t bring to mind Led Zeppelin IV, is usually associated with Winston Churchill, whose favoured term it was to refer to his depression. 824 more words

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