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Crikey, the beauty of their profiles.
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Crikey, the beauty of their profiles.

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atlinmerrick:

Made of Win: Definition of, see attached image

atlinmerrick:

Made of Win: Definition of, see attached image

Here’s my absolute favourite exchange between John and Sherlock in the canon stories. Sherlock plans on breaking into Charles Augustus Milverton’s house:

WATSON: Well I don’t like it, but I suppose it must be. When do we start?
HOLMES: You are not coming.
WATSON: Then you are not going.

Watson then uses threats, guilt, and bad arse-ry to insist he’s coming along. Sherlock relents, reflecting that they’ve lived together for years, they might as well share a prison cell, too.
— The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton

Here’s my absolute favourite exchange between John and Sherlock in the canon stories. Sherlock plans on breaking into Charles Augustus Milverton’s house:

WATSON: Well I don’t like it, but I suppose it must be. When do we start?

HOLMES: You are not coming.

WATSON: Then you are not going.

Watson then uses threats, guilt, and bad arse-ry to insist he’s coming along. Sherlock relents, reflecting that they’ve lived together for years, they might as well share a prison cell, too.

— The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton

I am not not not not not not not not not not repeatedly looking at that tiny bum shadow just above the belt of his jeans.

How the bloody blue blazes is he hot enough to keep fanning himself in this way and yet his hair is lovely and he doesn’t have any sweaty armpits?

Does this creature not contain any human flaws whatsoever?

I bet when he burps it sounds like singing.

You look hot, Benedict (x)

A real-live book on fan fiction! With essays by fan fiction writers! Like Wordstrings, Heidi8, and meeeee!
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A few quotes about Fic:
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"This definitive volume offers a rich immersion into fanfiction and is for anyone who has both loved and lived for the unique community of fandom, as well as for those who desire a look into this world or who are curious about the unexpected impact fic is having on the literary realm." —Library Journal
"a perfect marriage of scholarly knowledge and fangirl enthusiasm … Jamison does not serve as Fic’s singular voice, and in fact, stresses within the book that the fan-fiction community is best represented through featuring a diversity of voices and perspectives … an informative and enjoyable guide to the culture and history of fan-fiction that will appeal to veteran fan-writers” —The Learned Fangirl
"Fic is brilliant! As a fanfiction writer my jaw has not lifted from the table. This book is amazing, it’s giving fanfiction writers a reason to come out of the fanfiction closet. It’s providing a sense of pride and shining a long overdue spotlight on the ways in which we work.” —Behind the Pages

A real-live book on fan fiction! With essays by fan fiction writers! Like Wordstrings, Heidi8, and meeeee!

smartpopbooks:

For a very limited time, we’ve put the e-book of Fic: Why Fanfiction Is Taking Over the World on sale for only $3.99 US. And not just for US readers!

Fic's also heavily discounted at:

A few quotes about Fic:

"An indispensable guide to the dizzying world of fanfiction—its history, names, games, and creative promise. With … provocative interviews with writers, lively essays by readers and activists, and engaging examples from the kingdoms of fandom." —Elaine Showalter, Professor Emerita of English and American Literature, Princeton University

"This definitive volume offers a rich immersion into fanfiction and is for anyone who has both loved and lived for the unique community of fandom, as well as for those who desire a look into this world or who are curious about the unexpected impact fic is having on the literary realm." —Library Journal

"a perfect marriage of scholarly knowledge and fangirl enthusiasm … Jamison does not serve as Fic’s singular voice, and in fact, stresses within the book that the fan-fiction community is best represented through featuring a diversity of voices and perspectives … an informative and enjoyable guide to the culture and history of fan-fiction that will appeal to veteran fan-writers” —The Learned Fangirl

"Fic is brilliant! As a fanfiction writer my jaw has not lifted from the table. This book is amazing, it’s giving fanfiction writers a reason to come out of the fanfiction closet. It’s providing a sense of pride and shining a long overdue spotlight on the ways in which we work.” —Behind the Pages

roqueofspades:

the-blog-of-a-nerdy-fangirl:

This is the cutest thing to ever exist ever. Everyone else go home this is the winner

WHY IS THIS SO FLIPDOODLING CUTE

navydream:

smooch

navydream:

smooch

Well this is uber Sherlock.

moshita:

cardiac wallpaper

available here

thx to juliaclementine for showing me :)

wisesnail:

Martin Freeman as Richard III
Prints on Society 6
Took me a bit to finish this, real life is keeping me busy! C;

wisesnail:

Martin Freeman as Richard III

Prints on Society 6

Took me a bit to finish this, real life is keeping me busy! C;

notmusa:

feralhousewife:

PARKOUR PIG

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xgraciela:

We did a thing with atlinmerrick in London! Heee! Priceless!

Obviously, I’m John because I have straighter and lighter hair, lol. 

Xgraciela is the one who knew where to go, and where you go is just to the south west edge of St. James park, right across from The Guards Museum.

Hello! I know you do meet-ups sometimes and I was hoping there'd be one when I'm in London between the 16th and 20th of next month. It would be much fun to meet some Sherlockians in the holy country =)

Well, I don’t know of any meet-ups pending so I’ll answer this by posting it and if anyone knows of meet-ups next month, could you please share that information with Avathffs? Thank you!

archiveoftheair:

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