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I'm in the processes of moving my blog from LJ to here. Most links still redirect you to LJ, but I'm working on fixing that.

The main language for each category is shown in the brackets.


This list is sadly not perfectly updated. I'm... not working on it, but I will get around to it at some point.

BBC Sherlock (eng) )

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Cabin Pressure (eng) )

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Harry Potter (swe) )

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Axel von Fersen (swe, eng) )
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Summary: On 29 March 2017 Anthea shows up at Martin's door with their daughter and an overnight bag, because earlier that day, the signed letter invoking Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union was delivered to the President of the European Council and started the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the EU.

Notes: Why, yes, I do write the most boring summaries in the world! Thank you so much for noticing!

Many thanks to [personal profile] zedille who helped me see some of the storytelling issues with this one, and who has a never ending patience with my lack of proper structure insight and English. I'm becoming increasingly better at listening to her ;) (I hope...)

This one is part of the series All mobile phones should be turned off for the duration of the flight which probably should be read before this one.


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Summary and notes: A collection of fics about what happened after The Final Problem because I needed some time to work through it all. This series is also posted on AO3.


Still here

Sherlock and John come home to Rosie after the events of The Final Problem


Interlude
Lestrade drops Mycroft off at home after the events of The Final Problem

Interlude

Apr. 21st, 2017 08:45 pm
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Summary: Lestrade drops Mycroft off at home after the events of The Final Problem.

Notes: So this is the first fic I post on DW. Exciting! It's the second part of a series I just named Aftershock. The first part can be found here.

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Still here

Mar. 19th, 2017 03:12 pm
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Summary: Sherlock and John come home to Rosie after the events of The Final Problem.

Notes: This is the first thing I've written and posted in over a year, and it wouldn't have happened if [livejournal.com profile] a_blackpanther hadn't been sweet and gently poked me over at Tumblr. Thank you so much! I know this probably isn't what you were poking me about, but thank you for the lovely, lovely things you said to give me the courage to actually publish something agian.

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In my attempt to get back to doing fandom the way I used to do fandom before, I jumped head-first into the Sherlock Kink Meme (both the archive on LJ, and the active(ish) one on DW). And so far it's been... brilliant? Sort of.

It's amazingly fun going through the prompts. (All of them. I read all of them. Some I just glaze over, because omega verse still isn't my cup of tea.) I'm pleasantly surprised at what a Mary friendly zone it is. One of my greatest fears was that 90 % of the prompts would be along the lines of "John divorces Mary because he can never forgive her and etc etc", but no. Sure, they are there, but most prompts don't mention Mary or are Mary positive! So, yäy!

Sadly, though, the prompts seem to go unfilled these days. I know that's how a kink meme works, you throw out a prompt and keep your fingers crossed and then most of them doesn't get filled at all, but it feels like the fill rate is much lower now than it once was. A lot more prompts seem to be given RFYI than new fills. I suppose this comes with an aging fandom. The first three years there weren't enough fics for a lot of RFYI. Most stories weren't written then, but they are now and... well. I just makes me a little bit sad that the prompt meme is slowly turning into a rec meme. I know how I sound (Turn down the music and get off my lawn!!) but yeah...

In a spur of "Be The Change", I have picked a couple of prompts I really, really want to fill. I thought (stupidly) that I could write something short and sweet in an evening, post it anonymously and just fill the meme with fills! Now instead I have four unfinished fics with the potential to be massive project and no real time or energy to finish any of them.

So I go there again, to see if I can find another one, to maybe, maybe, find something I can finish quickly.

Help?

Aug. 18th, 2016 06:44 pm
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I never got the hang of what to do here other than post fic and read fic.

So... what do all the cool kids do on LJ? 

I think...

Aug. 11th, 2016 04:57 pm
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I think Imma play fandom here for a while.

Dawning

Feb. 17th, 2016 06:28 pm
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Summary: In front of the altar stood two white coffins, both covered with sprays of pink roses. From where he sat they looked identical, but Sherlock knew that the left one held John and the right one Mary.

Notes: This is inspired by shootbadcabbies' amazing art, and is supposed to be a prologue to something longer, but I don't really know what yet.

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Summary: It's the first night after Sherlock short exile, and John has trouble sleeping.

Notes: Spoilers for The Abominable Bride. Talk of suicidal tendencies and drug use. Happy reading!

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Summary: Sherlock might not be a fan of Christmas, but he is a fan of other things. Like, the Nobel Prize.

Note: It’s a bit late (should have been posted two days ago), yet a bit rushed so there are errors. See end of fic for more notes.

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Summary: Anthea, Janine, and Kate, are the right-hand women to some of the most powerful and manipulative people in the UK, but it turns out that's not all they have in common...

Notes: Written for Polyshipping Day over at Tumblr. It was supposed to just be one 221b, hence the format, but it sort of grew... and I'm very inclined to continue this one.


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Mr Holmes

Jun. 23rd, 2015 10:15 pm
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Summary: Mr Holmes loves his sons. He might not understand them, but he loves them.

Notes: I wrote this ages ago, at work, but for some reason I never posted it.

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Summary: A recent study concluded that the United Kingdom is the most weather obsessed nation in Europe, so it's no wonder that even Sherlock and not!Anthea can't avoid talking about the weather from time to time (no matter how much they like to think of themselves as different to everyone else).

Notes: The same study stated that Sweden is the third most weather obsessed nation in Europe (Norway beats us!) so I think I might be qualified to write this. As all theme ones this take place in the obscure time span of "from before ASiP to last moments of HLV".

Apart from that, I've been a terrible mother to this installment, having it lying around my HD for months only to send it to [livejournal.com profile] zedille for betaing when her finals started. (So I've been bad there too... I'm sorry...) Thank you for all your help! I appreciate even the parts I ignore ;)

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Summary: A crime scene involving a dead anorexic woman hits close to home for John and Sherlock, leading John to discover a disturbing pattern and Sherlock to face his eating disorder in new light.

Notes: This is part of the Eating us Alive verse and will make more sense if you have read at least Eating us Alive and Eating us Alive, again, first. The raw first draft of this story was written around the time I finished posting Eating us Alive, again. At that time, its sole purpouse was to entertain a friend. It was never my intention to create actual plot and make it public, but with the help and inspiration of [livejournal.com profile] willowmeg that happened anyway. I’m so grateful for the support throughout this, thank you.

I apoligise in advance for the severe hand waving I’ve occasionally done when it comes to medicine and to criminal law.

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Summary: A crime scene involving a dead anorexic woman hits close to home for John and Sherlock, leading John to discover a disturbing pattern and Sherlock to face his eating disorder in new light.

Notes: This is part of the Eating us Alive verse and will make more sense if you have read at least Eating us Alive and Eating us Alive, again, first. The raw first draft of this story was written around the time I finished posting Eating us Alive, again. At that time, its sole purpouse was to entertain a friend. It was never my intention to create actual plot and make it public, but with the help and inspiration of [livejournal.com profile] willowmeg that happened anyway. I’m so grateful for the support throughout this, thank you.

I apoligise in advance for the severe hand waving I’ve occasionally done when it comes to medicine and to criminal law.

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Summary: A crime scene involving a dead anorexic woman hits close to home for John and Sherlock, leading John to discover a disturbing pattern and Sherlock to face his eating disorder in new light.

Notes: This is part of the Eating us Alive verse and will make more sense if you have read at least Eating us Alive and Eating us Alive, again, first. The raw first draft of this story was written around the time I finished posting Eating us Alive, again. At that time, its sole purpouse was to entertain a friend. It was never my intention to create actual plot and make it public, but with the help and inspiration of [livejournal.com profile] willowmeg that happened anyway. I’m so grateful for the support throughout this, thank you.

I apoligise in advance for the severe hand waving I’ve occasionally done when it comes to medicine and to criminal law.

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Summary: A crime scene involving a dead anorexic woman hits close to home for John and Sherlock, leading John to discover a disturbing pattern and Sherlock to face his eating disorder in new light.

Notes: This is part of the Eating us Alive verse and will make more sense if you have read at least Eating us Alive and Eating us Alive, again, first. The raw first draft of this story was written around the time I finished posting Eating us Alive, again. At that time, its sole purpouse was to entertain a friend. It was never my intention to create actual plot and make it public, but with the help and inspiration of [livejournal.com profile] willowmeg that happened anyway. I’m so grateful for the support throughout this, thank you.

I apoligise in advance for the severe hand waving I’ve occasionally done when it comes to medicine and to criminal law.

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Summary: A crime scene involving a dead anorexic woman hits close to home for John and Sherlock, leading John to discover a disturbing pattern and Sherlock to face his eating disorder in new light.

Notes: This is part of the Eating us Alive verse and will make more sense if you have read at least Eating us Alive and Eating us Alive, again, first. The raw first draft of this story was written around the time I finished posting Eating us Alive, again. At that time, its sole purpouse was to entertain a friend. It was never my intention to create actual plot and make it public, but with the help and inspiration of [livejournal.com profile] willowmeg that happened anyway. I’m so grateful for the support throughout this, thank you.

I apoligise in advance for the severe hand waving I’ve occasionally done when it comes to medicine and to criminal law.

Read more... )
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Summary: A crime scene involving a dead anorexic woman hits close to home for John and Sherlock, leading John to discover a disturbing pattern and Sherlock to face his eating disorder in new light.

Notes: This is part of the Eating us Alive verse and will make more sense if you have read at least Eating us Alive and Eating us Alive, again, first. The raw first draft of this story was written around the time I finished posting Eating us Alive, again. At that time, its sole purpouse was to entertain a friend. It was never my intention to create actual plot and make it public, but with the help and inspiration of [livejournal.com profile] willowmeg that happened anyway. I’m so grateful for the support throughout this, thank you.

I apoligise in advance for the severe hand waving I’ve occasionally done when it comes to medicine and to criminal law.

Read more... )
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