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  1. Summary

    Essays about Good Omens, both the book and the TV adaptation.

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  2. Summary

    I appear to have started writing Good Omens fic. I will collect all my GO stories. Aziraphale & Crowley or Arizaphale/Crowley, however you prefer to read them. 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

    This is a group of interlinked short stories (most between 2000 and 7000 words) which tell the story of how Holmes and Watson really came to be separated at the Reichenbach Falls, and how they found each other again. Each story is in the form of a document--a letter, a journal, a surveillance report, an affidavit, etc.--which is linked to one or more ACD canon tales, and which tells us something about that story that was changed or suppressed in Watson's published account of it. Holmes/Watson, with glimpses of other relationships. Only one story ("The Boy in the Boat," which is f/f) is rated M. Everything else is T.

    ACD canon stories that inspired "Missing Pages" include: The Hound of the Baskervilles, The Sign of Four, "The Final Problem," "The Empty House," "The Naval Treaty," "The Greek Interpreter," "The Gloria Scott," "The Noble Bachelor," "The Copper Beeches," "The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax," "The Devil's Foot," "The Illustrious Client."

    Many stories work as stand-alones. If you want the whole arc, just read them in the order in which they are posted. Either way you slice it, I hope you enjoy!

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  5. 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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