- Swallows and Amazons - Arthur Ransome (22)
- Lord Peter Wimsey - Dorothy L. Sayers (9)
- The Marlows - Antonia Forest (2)
- Professor Branestawm - Norman Hunter (2)
- Molesworth - Geoffrey Willans (ill. Ronald Searle) (1)
01 Jul 2018
This is a Professor Branestawm story with a few Dad’s army characters and a very slight nod to Jasper Fforde in Chapter 2. It is probably best to imagine this as taking place in the 1930s. Sergeant Fastenluce and the Printenpays are my own invention. The events in the flat above Mrs Pushnpull’s pram emporium are describe by me in a previous story, but anyone familiar with the Professor will be able to guess at what happened. I know the story should be complete in one chapter, but the story doesn’t know that.
24 Aug 2017
Starting in summer 1950 and taking place over the next few years.
Roger Walker met his friend Jon's family once, on a visit to Trennels the day Jon Marlow died in a test flight. Now he meets Jon's cousins again.
Professor Branestawm and the cat ejector (and suction cat retriever) by constantlearner for Felix - who said the device needed inventing
Fandoms: Professor Branestawm - Norman Hunter
27 Oct 2016
The professor invents a device to help a friend of Colonel Dedshott.
In which Titty and Dorothea notice something odd and a short adventure ensues by constantlearner for mrsredboots
15 Dec 2015
It's the summer after Great Northern? John has joined the navy and Susan is now Captain of the Swallow-if only they had Swallow. Unfortunately there are other visitors at Holly Howe this summer who are learning to sail in Swallow. The holiday isn't quite as good as Susan hoped - until Titty and Dorothea embroil Susan and Peggy in an adventure.
Vale, Pater by constantlearner for Heliopause
05 Apr 2015
1949. Viscount St George died in 1940. Dorothea, his wife for 1 month and widow for 9 years, is soon to remarry. Jerry has visited his cousin, Bredon Wimsey, to speak to him about the matter, and has now decided to visit his father, Gerald Wimsey before giving up his ghostly form for (he hopes) good.