Nov 25, 2016

RAW Special Edition - Sherlock Holmes


I love reading Sherlock Holmes stories, every few years I'll revisit some of this stories. Just this week I've just finished reading The Hound of the Baskervilles and after the 4th or 5th time still love it. I'll also watch the film and TV adaptoions as well but I would encourage you to put aside sometime to actually read the source material.

Following are a few random articles that I've been saving up about Sherlock Holmes.  Enjoy them with a pot of Earl Grey Tea.  If you want to show your Fandom and support me as well, why not head on over to my TeePublic page and grab a Hound Of The Baskervilles T-shirt.  You don't have to stick with the colour I've chosen you can choose your own colour, shirt style or even get the design on a mug if you wish. Head on over and take a look. [link]

 Hounds Distressed






Read The Lost Sherlock Holmes Story Found In An Attic - Telegraph

After an historian unearthed the first unseen Sherlock Holmes story in more than 80 years, here is the full transcript of 'Sherlock Holmes: Discovering the Border Burghs and, by deduction, the Brig Bazaar': 'We've had enough of old romancists and the men of travel, said the Editor, as he blue-pencilled his copy, and made arrangements for the great Saturday edition of the Bazaar Book. 'We want something up-to-date. Why not have a word from "Sherlock Holmes"?'



Sherlock Holmes Day - 22nd May, 2016 | Days Of The Year

World-renowned detective. Most portrayed character in history. Icon. Who are we speaking of? Why, Sherlock Holmes, of course! Any self-respecting amateur...



Stopping By Baker Street: The Sherlock Holmes Exhibition

As I write to you, I have just come from The International Sherlock Holmes Exhibition, which has recently landed at the Pacific Science Center. I am fairly awash in hyperactive excitement about the whole thing. It’s amazing I’m writing this, because honestly, it’s amazing I left at all



Sherlock Holmes, Where To Start?

You may think you know who Sherlock Holmes is. We’ve all seen at least one movie or television show or play, right? It’s nearly impossible to be unfamiliar with The Great Detective as saturated as pop culture is with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s most famous creation. Figuring out where to start with Conan Doyle’s stories (56!) and novellas (4!) can be daunting. Fear not, though!



Hear An Audio Recording Of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Talk About Sherlock Holmes

In the audio recording available here, Conan Doyle explains how he was working as a young doctor when he first came up with the idea for Sherlock Holmes. He says he was inspired by a Doctor Bell of Edinburgh, who had 'the most remarkable powers of observation'



28+ of Your Favorite Sherlock Retellings and Adaptations

Discover the new Sherlock Holmes inspired series from bestselling author Sherry Thomas. While the inquisitive Charlotte Holmes has never accepted the demureness expected of women in London society, even she did not predict that she would become an outcast.



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