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2. 'Bright' - Bright - Humour, Friendship. Holmes tells Watson what he thinks of his writing.

3. Holmes and Watson investigate the mysterious death of a bare knuckle boxer. - General. Watson has a hidden past.

4. 'Holmesian' - Holmes invents his own word (and really annoys Watson with it). - Humour. Holmes teases Watson.

5. 'Ice' - Ice - Fluff. Holmes assists Watson during a snowball fight.

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7. 'Simple' - Holmes or Watson reads the other's diary. - Humour. Watson tries to keep Holmes's Christmas present a secret.

8. 'Checkmate' - Board Game - Humour. Mycroft and Holmes play chess.

9. Holmes and Watson go on a walk somewhere obscure. - Humour. Holmes and Watson go on a walk somewhere obscure.

10. 'A High Price' - Write about the arrival of Watson's first child *grabs box of tissues* - Tragedy. Watson reflects.

11. 'Never - Prologue' - "I wish that never happened" - Angst. Holmes refuses Watson's invitation to be best man.

12. Write about a distant relative, of either Holmes or Watson, dropping in at 221B unexpectedly during the holidays. Who is the relative? Why have they come? What happens? - Humour. Holmes's great aunt Florence comes to Baker Street.

13. Watson has a day of terrible bad luck. - Humour, H/C. Watson has a day of terrible bad luck.

14. 'FRIEND' - A story that forms an acrostic. - Poetry, Friendship. D.

15. Mrs Hudson has fallen ill and is not up to preparing Christmas dinner. She feels horrible about this. Holmes and Watson thus make it their mission to procure Christmas dinner for her themselves. Does this end in success or disaster? - Humour. Holmes and Watson do their best to help provide a sick Mrs Hudson with a Christmas dinner.

16. 'Meaningful Gifts' - One of the characters - Sherlock, Watson, Mrs Hudson, Mycroft, Lestrade, etc. - believes in Father Christmas. - Humour. Mycroft has a secret.

17. 'Forbidden' - Watson forbids Holmes from doing something, and the following consequences. - Humour. Holmes crashes Watson's honeymoon.

18. '10 Unfortunate Things Which Happen to Mycroft in Sherlock's Lodgings in Fleet Street' - Before Montague Street, there was the flat on Fleet Street…and Holmes's first living quarters were something of a mess… - Humour. Mycroft looks in on his younger brother.

19. Hell - Jean-Paul Sartre: "Hell is other people." - Angst. Holmes is lonely during his hiatus.

20. Pointless Picnic - Holmes, Watson, and Mrs Hudson on a picnic. - Humour. The Baker Street residents go on a picnic, but Holmes has an ulterior motive.

21. All Knowing Advisor - Holmes and Watson are desperately trying to find Christmas presents for each other. - Humour, Family. Mrs Hudson helps Holmes and Watson with their Christmas shopping.

22. Regret - a drabble on "regret". - Tragedy. Holmes visits Mrs Watson.

23. Family Christmas - Mrs. Hudson makes a Christmas dinner. - Family. Mrs Hudson's dinner is a disaster, but no one much minds.

24. Unaware - What if Watson had a daughter who was born deaf? - General.

25. CHAPTER 1 - Holmes is Scrooge and gets a meeting with the three ghosts of Christmas - General. A Holmesian Christmas Carol. Moriarty's ghost pays a visit.

26. CHAPTER 2 - Holmes is Scrooge and gets a meeting with the three ghosts of Christmas - General. A Holmesian Christmas Carol. The Ghost of Christmas Past.

27. CHAPTER 3 - Holmes is Scrooge and gets a meeting with the three ghosts of Christmas - General. A Holmesian Christmas Carol. The Ghost of Christmas Present.

28. CHAPTER 4 - Holmes is Scrooge and gets a meeting with the three ghosts of Christmas - General. A Holmesian Christmas Carol. The Ghost of Christmas Future.

29. CHAPTER 5 - Holmes is Scrooge and gets a meeting with the three ghosts of Christmas - General. A Holmesian Christmas Carol. Epilogue.

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31. Holmes is invited to see the Queen. But will he behave appropriately? - Tragedy, Friendship. Holmes turns down a knighthood.

32. "Tiger?" - What would happen if either Holmes or Watson got a pet that really annoyed the other? - Humour. Watson gets a tiger; Holmes suffers the consequences.

33. Write about an occasion that makes Holmes cry. - Tragedy. Mycroft passes away.

34. Watson receives Christmas cards from grateful patients and his readers. What does he do with them? - Humour. An excerpt if Watson's Christmas correspondence.

35. Write about a New Year's Eve at 221B which turned out to be more of a party than anyone had planned. - Friendship, Family. A New Year's Eve with all the characters assembled!