If you are a fan of the Sherlock Holmes pastiche, you must have read (or at least heard of) the MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories series.
With a total of six volumes already out there ready to be snatched by ardent readers, each book contains a number of Sherlock Holmes short stories submitted by authors from around the world. Continue reading “Support the Kickstarter campaign: Sherlock Holmes – Eliminate the Impossible”
Hi everyone! It has been a while but I’ve been busy with a few assignments, one of which has been the creation of a new Sherlock Holmes short story to be featured in an anthology. Continue reading “New Sherlock Holmes short story coming soon!”
A couple of weeks back I had written a post about an upcoming book of mine (the first, as a matter of fact) on Sherlock Holmes.
Well, today’s the day the book is officially released to the world! Continue reading “The Trials of Sherlock Holmes is out now!”
I have something of a compulsive obsession for order and symmetry when it comes to collecting books or TV series and films. Just a slight misplacement of wording along the spine of a DVD slipcase, which does not equate to the rest of the others in the same collection, will send me into a fit of despair. Continue reading “Sherlock Series 1-4: Limited Edition Steelbooks [Why?!]”
A TV series, unlike a film, is an ever-evolving narrative that transforms from episode to episode. It is not a stationary story-line. Elements are constantly changing, and what you experience (or think you experience) in a particular episode, might suddenly shift completely in another successive season. Continue reading “Sherlock: The Two Final Problems”
The 4th of May is not just Star Wars day.
Today is the day Sherlock Holmes faces his most formidable opponent at the edge of the treacherous falls of the Reichenbach. Continue reading “4 May, 1891 – Remembering the Reichenbach Falls”
I decided to start with this mini-episode as the first post in a series of reviews on TV series and film adaptations of Sherlock Holmes.
Many Happy Returns, released a few weeks before the launch of the third series of Sherlock, is a little masterpiece that is, quite often, overlooked. Continue reading “*Review* Sherlock: Many Happy Returns”