"Hear no evil, speak no evil, and you'll never be invited to a party."
- Oscar Wilde (somebody talk literature with me)

Sardonic but (apparently) lovable student. I love English Literature (a.k.a 'reading waaay too much into everything'), so, naturally, I have pretty strong feelings about Sherlock. ^_^

(I'm off 'hiatus' because I came to my senses and realised that everything is tedious without this website, but my updates will still be slow because I'm taking 13 GCSEs, an EPQ and an A Level:/ - apologies in advance and thank you so much for taking the time to read my fics!)

"Write drunk, edit sober." Write 12, edit 15.
  • Somewhere in the middle of the Nerd Herd.
  • JoinedAugust 27, 2013


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SherlockedDoors SherlockedDoors Nov 10, 2015 09:29PM
Getting quite far into complete rework of  'Beside You', may give it a new title - should I just replace it chapter by chapter or begin a new work?:/ x
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