If asked about it later you'll chalk it up to the excess adrenaline coursing through your veins, the heat of the moment and all that jazz. (BBC Sherlock TV Series)
John is missing, Sherlock plays with dead things and Moriarty has the sniffles.
It had been three years and for John Hamish Watson much had changed. Not necessarily for the better of his heart and soul, but definitely for the better of his mental health.
Sherlock Holmes once had a young female assistant named Samantha who was killed tragically. What will happen when after five years, he finally learns the truth of what happened to her?
Watson's way of coping (or not) with Holmes' death. Stupid title is stupid, I suck with titles.
A sequel of sorts to The Best Kind Of Denial, just a look at moments throughout Watson's pregnancy
Modern day Sherlock. Based on TV Series by Steven Moffat and Mark Gattis. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman
Sherlock expresses his feelings in a rather rambly letter. Enjoy.
"Everything changed when that noose went around my neck." The bodies were never found. Now, Moriarty is back, seeking revenge on Holmes by striking at his the detective's heart. Spoilers for and ba...
"Initially John had ignored the symptoms, chalking them up to nothing more than a nasty cold. One that had lasted an entire month... " One-shot warnings: slash, mpreg
Sherlock Holmes and Professor Moriarty share a moment of empathy with eachother.
What happens when a smart girls meets one of the most famous detective in the era? Will she be able to followe his steps in his clearly messed up and strange cases? This is story is all before Wats...
In a fair and just world, the last words of a brilliant man would not have been written on three pages torn from a notebook. [Spoilers for The Final Problem.]
Sherlock meets his friend's cousin
Take one mischievous three year old and Sherlock Holmes, what do you get? Utter chaos of course! Please read and review!