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  1. Summary

    This started as a post-Reichenbach fic and turned into a seven-story series in which Harry Watson is a repeating character. John and Sherlock get together in the first story ("Empty Houses") and thereafter it's either developing relationship or established relationship. Most of this is casefic and long, but there are a few shorter ones. I like plot.

    "Empty Houses" is set one month after "The Reichenbach Fall." "The Young Men Carbuncular" is a sequel to it.

    "Recovery" is a Doctor Who series 4 Donna fix-it in which Harry gets interested in helping Donna recover her memories. Ten and Donna are the protagonists; Sherlock and John make cameo appearances. It is not really essential reading for the rest of the series and you can skip it if you happen not to be that into Doctor Who.

    I wanted the series to be canon-compliant, and my original headcanon for Mary Morstan was completely incompatible with S3, so I reset the series timeline in "Last Dance."

    "Law Like Love" is a fix-it for "His Last Vow." "Prior Engagements" is a sequel to it, beginning around nine years later.

    "Missed Me" was my response to "The Final Problem."

    Enjoy!

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  2. Summary

    The first three stories in this series were written in the late 1990s and have been archived since then at Sacrilege!, a Holmes slash archive maintained by Cress/Miss Roylott. "The Adventure of Downton Abbey" was written in March of 2013; it stands alone, but it is also a kind of coda to the earlier three stories, and includes some references to them. Each can be read as a stand-alone story, though there is continuity. Whether you've already read them or are finding them for the first time now, I hope y'all enjoy.

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  3. Summary

    A collection of nonfiction meta about either the ACD Sherlock Holmes or Sherlock Will contain spoilers for the ACD stories and for Sherlock up to the most recent episode broadcast in the US, which at this moment is "His Last Vow."

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  4. Summary

    A collection of commentaries on Doctor Who (2005), mostly migrated in from tumblr and livejournal. Please note that I am not a fan of the Moffat Era, though I also have some major issues with the way Russel T. Davies chose to close the book on his own era.

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  5. Summary

    Commentary on X-Files episodes cross-posted from tumblr.

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