Author has written 66 stories for Doctor Who, and Sherlock.
Sally, 22, UK, city girl. Shopgirl and struggling writer. The rest is even duller.
About what I write (it's not any more interesting than the line about me, but you should know)
I'm also relatively fond of OCs, if they're done right and well. I have a few of my own and I like to think they're done right and well. If you feel any different, feel free to get in touch.
Actually, always feel free to get in touch. Really. I know it's a cliche on this site, but every single review, favourite, message of any sort, for better or worse, always makes me smile.
But that's quite enough from me, I should think.
Both my hearts, and all the love you folk put in them,
P.S. To all those who enjoy my Moriarty fics, please, please, please check out a very talented cartoonist at DA by the name of butteronmycuffs, who has been so kind and flattering as to provide art for Eighteen, H:M, Jim From The Hospital and Safe, as well as a truly wicked comic book version of the last scene in Two Men Walk Into A Bar. Please, please please. Pretty please. Thanks.
Okay, in response to several requests, I've finally drawn up a rough chronological order for my Moriarty stories, so it should be possible to keep them in some semblance of sense. If I've missed anything or gotten anything backward, let me know, and I do promise to update it with each new tale.
Eighteen - Exactly what it says. Eighteen chapters, from eighteen days, leading to the eighteenth birthday of a kid who is not yet a villain and until now has hardly dreamed it.
Holmes:Moriarty – Ah, the epic… Set five years before Jim and Sherlock ever even heard of each other, they were already on opposite sides of the same case, closer than they know in so many ways. You can skip this on a read-through, by all means (because it’s pretty damn lengthy), but it sets up a lot for later.
A Word That Starts With K - A one-shot, about why Jim disappears back to Dublin once a year.
Lion:Unicorn - The epic is back! Another extended case-fic full of heroin angst and clawing for success and serial murder. A work in progress at the mo, so I'll say no more for now, but it will be a ride so let me know if you're with me!
Today Is Not Different Or Special In Any Way - Short, pure fluff, one-shot. Don't mention the word that starts with B and rhymes with Mirthday.
Black Glass – Jim’s initial reactions to discovering Sherlock, some of his early reconnaissance. A dark little lead-up to the beginning of the end.
(hm… Season 1 looks a bit empty… Which is strange, considering how open it is to villainous interpretation… Watch this conspicuously large space. Any suggestions?)
Jim From The Hospital – A three-shot, about the courtship of Molly Hooper, and how she maybe slightly sort of gets to Jim just a little bit, in all her lovely, quiet normality.
Putting A Face On – Set during ‘Jim From The Hospital’. Molly’s stuck in the lab with Sherlock. When she starts to prepare for her date anyway, he does what he can to help.
Please Switch Off All Mobile Phones During The Performance – ASiB, according to Jim. Those were long, difficult months, working with Adler, killing Adler, going a bit mad, coming back again…
Blind Belief – Set during ‘Mobile Phones’; on New Year’s Day, Sherlock starts to investigate who the woman on the slab on Christmas Eve could have been.
We’re All Mad Here – Set mid-Belgravia, a fluffy little one-shot starring eeeeeverybody.
Storytime – Set between Belgravia and Baskerville, pure fluff, starring Rich Brooke, two kids he never asked to meet, and a long discussion of whether Tikkabilla is a puppet or really actually a dragon.
The Locked Room – The tale of what happened to Jim while Sherlock was off prancing about the moors after his enormous dog. Long torture sessions punctuated by sitdowns with Mycroft. Yay. What fecking larks…
Debt of Trust – The story of how Sherlock came to recover the Turner painting seen at the beginning of TRF. Read it if you want to know why it’s listed here with the Jim stories.
Intelligence – Just before it all goes balls-up, John receives a ‘friendly’ warning from a ‘friend’… speaking to him down the scope of a rifle.
Between You And Me – Also just before it all goes balls-up: Molly Hooper receives a letter in code. Sherlock translates, and the terms and conditions of battle are made clear. There might well be a genuine apology in there somewhere too…
Scoop - The short (though very continuable) tale of how Kitty Reilly got the most important story of her life.
Are You Sitting Comfortably? – Immediately post-Fall. Like, a couple of seconds. What angels can fake, the devil fakes better.
Safe - Sebastian and Danielle return to base to get rid of some sensitive documents. They find far, far more than that.
Two Men Walk Into A Bar – John talks a suicidal stranger off a railway bridge. Gets a bit more than he bargained for. Angsty one-shot
Then I’ll Begin – Playing dead is coming far too easily to Jim. A mysterious contact gets him up and about again. Completely mental, one of the first things I wrote for him. It just hardly fits in anymore, but people seem to dig it.
Cat and Mouse – Set during ‘Then I’ll Begin’; the tale of Sherly the Cat, purring machine and double agent, on her mission to discover what John Watson really knows.
Not A Love Letter – Definitely from the same school as Then I’ll Begin. Pure silliness, triggered by last Valentine’s day… Don’t ask. Along with ‘Cat and Mouse’ and ‘Then I’ll Begin’, this forms what I could well call my ‘Sherlock Come Home’ triptych.
Interfere – A series of one-shots in which various characters detail how they could have prevented the Fall. A continuing project, if anybody’s interested in it.
The King Of The House Of Cards – Yeah, it’s Sherlock-central, but who really cares? A house is a house, provided it’s empty. Will not disappoint those who appreciate careful criminality. Should really be getting a sequel called ‘The Queen Is Dead’ before Season Three starts, but I don’t know if anyone would read it.
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