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a message to you holm(ie)

So for today’s prompt at Real Toads Rommy asks us:

to give a voice to a villain (fictional only please). What makes them so villainous? Do they feel justified in their villainy?

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Sherlock Series 4 - TV Review

*WARNING! MAD SPOILERS FOR PRETTY MUCH ALL SHERLOCK EPISODES EVER. ESPECIALLY SERIES 4*

Series 1 was 2/3’s good. Series 2 was 2/3’s good. Series 3 was 1/2 good. 907 more words

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She bolted left. It was no dilemma, really; soldiers she could deal with, at need, but not a dragon. Milanda was far from sanguine about the way the dryads’ “gift” completely took control from her, but whatever intelligence governed the change clearly believed she was not prepared to take on a dragon, and she was inclined to agree. 4,478 more words

Moriarty – Anthony Horowitz

I have never read anything by Horowitz and it has been a while since I have read Conan Doyle, but I felt like it was time for some lighter fiction reading, after all the non-fiction I read this year. 350 more words

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“And that’s the perimeter secure,” Rossiter said, heaving a sigh. “On we go.”

“Don’t look so glum,” Alsadi replied as they rounded the corner into the interior halls. 4,085 more words

Jim Moriarty Appreciation Post

“Every fairytale needs a good old-fashioned villain.”

(I couldn’t agree more, Jim.)

Although he’s the “villain” of BBC’s Sherlock series, Jim Moriarty has become one of the most-loved parts of the show, to most fans. 171 more words

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You might be thinking “Urgghh, Sherlock Holmes. That is like, so ancient” Well, your wrong. Sherlock Holmes isn’t so ‘ancient’ and are, in fact very good books.  177 more words

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