Author has written 7 stories for Harry Potter, Discworld, and Sherlock.
My pen name was formerly es99se. It is now An Escaped Rabbit, though you probably know that, seeing as you're reading this page.
Here's my brand new Tumblr blog. You can go check it out if you want.
Attention, Sherlock writers! Here's a challenge- write a story (anything from a drabble to a hundred-chapter story) in which Anthea turns out to be Mary Morstan.(If you can somehow make it non-AU, I'll be extremely impressed, but it's not important.) You can make it a minor side point or the focus of the piece, whatever you want. Send it to me or Jack63kids so we can put it in our community, Her Real Name Is Mary. Have fun!
My grammar pet peeves include, but are not limited to:"That" instead of "who". It's pretty simple; use "who" for people and "that" for animals, objects, and so on. Please, guys! I wince every time I see it. Just stop! Commas. Need I say more? When people use apostrophes for plurals. Example: "The Malfoy's were a family of three." Do you have any idea how you're butchering the English language? And speaking of which... Your/you're confusion as well as... Their/there/they're confusion and... Lose/loose confusion and finally... It's/Its confusion. This is one of the more understandable mistakes, but still. When people don't stick question marks after questions. I realize sometimes it may not be said in a questioning tone, but that doesn't stop it from being a question. Speaking of which... When people stick question marks where they shouldn't go. For example, "I asked her where she was going?" There should be no question mark there! "Whenever" instead of "when". I've never actually seen this written down, but my idiot classmates say it constantly. There are indeed many circumstances where "whenever" is correct, but there are also many where it is not. Stop! Please, stop! "Is is." This is another one that I don't think I've ever seen written down. My teachers, of course, say it all the time. "The point is," someone will say, pausing for emphasis here, "is that..." If you didn't get that, I'll repeat it. "The point is is that..." Really, that's just wrong. If you actually read that whole thing, I'll reward you with a grammar quote. As Joan Didion once said, "Grammar is a piano I play by ear. All I know about grammar is its power."
I'm currently plotting an AU Sherlock piece
and a Harry Potter/ Hitchhiker 's piece. They It probably won't get done anytime soon, though. I have a horrible work ethic when it comes to fanfiction. Meanwhile, please feel free to read my other stories. :)