Hello, I'm an English female grown-up and an enthusiastic purveyor of various forms of internet whimsy. This is a place to show you stuff I've drawn or written or otherwise cobbled together, as well as stuff I simply like the look of. You can also find me on Livejournal and Twitter.
OMG, I’ve discovered some EXCLUSIVE LEAKED FOOTAGE from season 3 of Sherlock! I know that some of you are technically avoiding spoilers, but I thought that this was IMPORTANT FANDOM NEWS and you’d want to know about it IMMEDIATELY. Just don’t let Moffat and Gatiss hear about it. They might get annoyed that we know their secret plan.
(Alternatively, the whole thing may just be a sloppily constructed fake based on a famous movie scene. I’ll let you make up your own minds…)
It’s recently been announced that a sequel to Finding Nemo will be released in 2015. This news swam around in my funny (or should that be finny?) little brain for all of five minutes before a ridiculous Sherlock crossover was born.
The more I see people bemoaning the invention of silly fandom crossovers with no reason to exist but the presence of a particular actor in both fandoms, the more I want to create them. And if there’s an excuse for a dreadful pun too… well, just try to stop me.
When I heard that Benedict Cumberbatch would be narrating the audio book for The Snowman and the Snowdog, it made me wonder. Could there ever be a more surefire seasonal tearjerker than the animated classic The Snowman?
Then I decided: yeah, there probably could. Sorry, folks…
These days, a lot of publishers seem convinced that you can add naughty bits to the most innocent of books and make a surefire bestseller. So here’s my contribution to the genre: Fifty Shades of Yellow Pages!
Pardon me for reblogging my own Hobbit/Sherlock crossover, but I’ve noticed a couple of reposts of this floating around recently and thought I’d make it easier for folks to reblog the original version…