|Reviews for December Calendar|
| Hades Lord of the Dead chapter 31 . 1/7/2013
I've absolutely loved reading these! I have to say it's nice seeing fics with JohnLock done WELL - I tend to avoid them, not necessarily because I don't like the idea, but because usually they're badly written. So thank you for changing that! B-)
| sodacityscribbler chapter 31 . 12/31/2012
"I can't promise I'll kill my neighbours to find him a pastime..." I love it! Thank you for a great chapter.
| mrspencil chapter 31 . 12/31/2012
This is lovely:-)
I have really enjoyed your writing, and will keep an eye out for what you post next
All the very best for 2013
| Ennui Enigma chapter 31 . 12/31/2012
Hey, I really like this idea. After all, the canon story does say Hyater had been after Watson to come visit him for sometime. I love the little bit about, "I can't promise I'll kill my neighbors.." Funny!
"bewitching to be around as much as he is a handful " - certainly an understatement.
Great idea! Thanks for writing this. Always wondered what the Colonel wrote :-)
"I am afraid, my dear Colonel, that you must regret the hour that you took in such a stormy petrel as I am." REIG
| Ennui Enigma chapter 30 . 12/31/2012
LOL! I love the ending! I kept wondering what little twist you might have at the end...this was not what I was expecting. It was better :-)
"Still, they looked so sweet..." - aw! Watson ever the softie for a woman's fine looks.
"What if they poison you?". - ha, ha...found this funny for some reason.
| mrspencil chapter 30 . 12/30/2012
Impressed with the hairpin quote and I really like Watson's list of reasons why the girls next door wouldn't harm them and his bravery in heading up to their front door.
Fangirls:-) Not what I was expecting!
| mrspencil chapter 29 . 12/29/2012
I wonder how long she will stay?
I do like her style:-)
| Ennui Enigma chapter 29 . 12/29/2012
Poor Watson - pushed out of his bed once again in this december challenge! Oh well, guess he's getting used to it.
I like the nod to myth with the hydra quote - Does this mean if Holmes solves Irene's little problem there will be two more?
"The woman puts up with holes in her walls, Holmes. I doubt she'll bat an eyelid" Irene pointed out. - she does have a valid point!
Great job. A scandalous day indeed! Not one Watson is going to forget too easily - even if he wanted :-P
| Ennui Enigma chapter 28 . 12/28/2012
Well, well, well, intriguing character this Mr Brown. Childhood acquaintance huh? another plot bunny? I like how you bring out Watson's sense of protectiveness over his friend. What must it have been like to be a Sherlock Holmes as a child - poor genius kid.
"we're all reasonable adults aren't we? " - yea, right!
| Rockztar chapter 27 . 12/27/2012
Great job at the resEarch
| Ennui Enigma chapter 27 . 12/27/2012
Leave it to my Nova to talk about shining diamonds with a real historical note at the end! I feel educated now!
I like the interplay b/t Holmes and Mycroft here. Very Myrcoft-y to not waste time in pleasantries :-)
"So, brother, will you let us know what was stolen before leading us to the crime scene, or are we meant to enjoy the suspense until then?" Sherlock queried. - LOL! Great line :-)
| Wordwielder chapter 26 . 12/26/2012
OHHHH, my poor Watson! *Hugs Watson*
| mrspencil chapter 26 . 12/26/2012
Sound advice from Holmes
Physicians are not so good at healing themselves:-)
| Ennui Enigma chapter 26 . 12/26/2012
Nicely done! A very logical and reasonable effort on Holmes' part to restore his depressed friend, Watson. The question now becomes, is Watson needing logic or simply a sympathetic ear.
Rather touching to see Holmes worried about someone's feelings. He doesn't usually reveal this secret side of himself.
I wasn't exactly a social butterfly, - that's an understatement!
since that definition looks in need of a severe revision anyway - ha, ha! aptly spoken, Holmes!
Thanks for sharing! Another addition to my star collection :-)
PS. Latin lesson noted and appropriately filed away for future reference!
| mrspencil chapter 25 . 12/25/2012
Watson adapts well to Holmes' frame of mind:-)
I suspect a chemist would sell most of these ingredients.