lexxiescott: (tintin celebrate)
At long last Devilish Consequences is available on amazon. Holmes was a bit of a pill for this one, but I managed to battle him into allowing Watson to tell the whole story.


"The year is 1881 and a young doctor has just met a young detective looking to share rooms in London. Doctor Watson does not realize there is more to Mr. Sherlock Holmes than first appears. When he learns the true nature of his companion, not to mention the strange nature of the man that appears suddenly in their rooms at Baker Street, what will Watson think? Does he believe in dragons? A story spanning nineteen years, a case interwoven into the texture of the friendship between Sherlock Holmes and his ever-faithful companion Dr. Watson. Told by Watson, this is truly a stranger tale than any could have imagined."


This is the paperback link
http://www.amazon.com/Devilish-Consequences-DATA-Unit-Files/dp/1499726791/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1404638073&sr=1-1&keywords=Lexxie+Scott

This is the kindle link   http://www.amazon.com/Devilish-Consequences-DATA-Unit-Files-ebook/dp/B00LK8JXJK/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1404638087&sr=1-1&keywords=Lexxie+Scott
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lexxiescott: (seigaku dorks)
seriously. i can't even count going to work as productive.
this is day one of thirteen in a row at work. and it was dead. dead. dead. i was really happy i had books with me. i learned a lot about the Granada Sherlock Holmes series staring Jeremy Brett and then started one of Stephen King's books on writing. or on horror, rather, as i'm reading that one first. then i'll read his "On Writing" and see if it lives up to the opinions of my writing group. it's rather the holy grail when i go to the conference every year. so i'm curious.
i also downloaded the Prince of Tennis memorial best CDs (all 8 of them) and i swear it's like listening to an extended 100 song marathon. so far every song has been in the exact same order. to the point that i even know what's coming up next. it's kinda fun. =^.^=
more ideas for where stories are going, but no energy to sit and type. not to mention that there really is such a thing as cat nightmares or a kitty boogieman because Nina came out of her nest very abruptly last night with her tail four times it's normal size and looking like she'd just been shocked. and she only just went back to the nest. she's been insisting on sitting with me since i got home from work. i have no idea what got under her fur, but i'm just going with it.

workish

Apr. 13th, 2011 10:38 pm
lexxiescott: (house morons)
It says something about how my day went when the most excitement I could hope for was one of the poker dealers falling off of a computer desk chair while hanging the new plasma screen TV in the casino. Why he didn't get a ladder, I don't know, but it was entertaining, to say the least. Especially what looked like a human pyramid for a few minutes. I actually went on the radio for that one and asked how many guys it took to hang a TV?

And I find myself enthralled by the mental image called up by the phrase I read in one of my Sherlock Holmes books. This is an anthology based off of the saying "when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth." In the introduction to the Mummy's Curse, it spoke about the group that found King Tut's tomb. They said the leaders canary died in a freak cobra accident. I find myself wanting to know more. 
lexxiescott: (boku a boku)
I'm ripping my Granada series Jeremy Brett as Sherlock Holmes (David Burke and Edward Hardwicke as Watson) DVDs for a project I'm about to undertake. Anyone want them? I'd be happy to upload them for you. 

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