Pulse Pause Moments – A Scandal In Belgravia – Sherlock is STILL pausing pulses!

I wrote this post in April 2012 and cannot believe it was six years ago now.   I still remember watching this particular episode of Sherlock, and being blown away by it.   I thought I'd bring it forward, because even though the BBC series is now in hiatus, possibly never to return, the episodes are all much

CHRONICLES OF THE LOST YEARS – Free for the Next Five Days

The first book in my Sherlock Holmes series, Chronicles of the Lost Years, is free today on Amazon, and will be free through until Sunday. If you're a Robert Downey Jnr. fan, or a Benedict Cumberbatch fan, you will probably enjoy this series. If you have any Sherlock Holmes-loving friends, let them know of this

My Life/Working Notes – The Hobbit + The Vistaria Affair Series

I’m completely behind primarily because I finally got to see The Hobbit on Sunday. My daughter, Kate, and I went to the local cinema complex to check out Richard Armitage and Martin Freeman.  I was a bit disappointed we didn’t get to see/hear Benedict Cumberbatch’s rolling baritone this installment, but one small surprise bonus for

New Covers for my Sherlock Holmes books – Wow!

With the imminent launch of the first book in my Sherlock Holmes series, Chronicles of the Lost Years, Dar Albert has completed the new covers for the two books in the series and they're fantastic. They pay homage to my current favourite TV Sherlock Holmes, the BBC’s Sherlock played by Benedict Cumberbatch, while still maintaining

Pulse Pause Moments – A Scandal In Belgravia – Sherlock

If you've only read a couple of the original Sherlock Holmes stories before, or only watched the two movies with Robert Downey Jnr., you're probably wondering how on earth Sherlock Holmes could end up in one of my Pulse Pause posts. I've actually been waiting impatiently to write this post for about three weeks now,

Working Notes – Progress Report and Sherlock (god help me).

I do love a bad boy, and Roman Xerus is currently stirring up all sorts of mischief in Blood Stone.  I'm nearly 150 pages in, and the story is just settling into the guts and heart of it...I think it's going to be another long one. I would possibly be a mite further along if