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Anyone still here? Hello!!! *waves madly*
So, I wrote a fic. It's a Sherlock fic and it helped me realize how out of practice I am with writing, but nonetheless, I posted the thing over at AO3.

Title: Box Score
Author: westernredcedar
Summary: "What are we looking for at a baseball game exactly?”
Sherlock sips his coffee. “Clues."
“Yes, thank you, Poirot.”
Fandom: BBC Sherlock
Rated: R
Pairing: Sherlock/John
Warnings: possible suicide mentioned, baseball, angst
Notes: This was written for the "Sports" prompt at sherlockchallenge over on tumblr. I meant to write a light-hearted ficlet about Sherlock becoming obsessed with baseball box scores (as he would), but then this happened instead.

Date: 19 Oct 2016 12:58 pm (UTC)
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From: [identity profile] bk7brokemybrain.livejournal.com
*waves* Hey, lady!

I already read this, so just let me tell everyone else to read it, too. *nods*
Haa. How many times have I started to write something fluffy or sweet, but the gravitas seeps in? I get it. I'm glad the feels were inescapable, because otherwise you wouldn't be writing in the canon 'verse.

Date: 19 Oct 2016 11:08 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] magnetic-pole.livejournal.com
Aw, fun! I'm opening the window to read this on my train ride home tonight. It's been so long since Not So Literal Shelves--have you moved on to other fandoms? Looking forward to it! M.

Date: 7 Dec 2016 03:26 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] mechaieh.livejournal.com
*waves back*

A quick note to thank you again for recording "Double Happiness Masala" and "God of Things as They Ought to Be" lo these many years ago. I happened to pull the CD randomly out of a folder while driving from TN to NC tonight, and your lively, lusty, lovely readings got me through the last tough stretch.

*big grateful hugs*


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