“Marital breakdown? Dull”

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That smile. Copyright belongs to BBC
That smile. Copyright belongs to BBC
This is my third script based on the BBC show Sherlock (which seems to be the show that I’m mainly writing for here), though I found it a little trickier to write than the other two. This isn’t really meant to carry emotion rather than that slightly amazed feel everyone gets when Sherlock does a full deduction. I felt that the titles weren’t really working so well, so went with a (loose) quote from below.
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The Adventure of the Yellow Face

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'Sherlock' flat
Are you sitting comfortably? Still owned by BBC
This is my second script based on the BBC show Sherlock, and I have to say that I really enjoyed writing it. It is not set in any particular time of the show, and is intended to be (at least vaguely) humerous, if not from the dialogue then from the bizarre nature of the situation. The title is a story that originally appeared in ‘The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes’, and which I suspect (though have no experience with) a face would look like a little time after death.
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A Case of Identity

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That famed coat walking down the street. Image from www.sherlockcoat.com
That famed coat walking down the street. Image from http://www.sherlockcoat.com
This is my first attempt at fan fiction. It is set during the period in which John thinks that Sherlock is dead, following his apparent demise in The Reichenbach Fall. The title is an obvious play on the Conan Doyle story of the same name (if you didn’t get that, I’m not sure there’s much chance of you filling in Sherlock’s vacancy…)

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A Costume Piece

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A “Men’s jacket with chalk stripe pattern”, which I imagined Raffles wearing (without the pink shirt, probably a white one). Image from http://www.moderngentlemanmagazine.com
This is my first take on Raffles, an imagined series which I titled The Amateur Cracksman. This episode is based very roughly from the story of the same name, but modernised and changed significantly.

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The Winter Drink

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Endeavour Morse has a quick glass. Copyright ITV
Endeavour Morse has a quick glass. Copyright ITV
This is my first Endeavour creative writing, and I tried to capture the spirit of the characters. It probably helps if you’ve seen it to understand the way the characters interact, and obviously imagination is key here!

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