I’m running a bit short on ideas, so I’ll finish out the week by promoting a friend’s post. 🙂
Do you ever have those moments when a fandom feels like it was only yesterday? When in reality it was 10 years ago? Because I have those moments, frequently, whether it’s grieving the all-too-short run of Moonlight, the best ever vampire drama on television, or aching for the days when Lord of the Rings websites, blogs, and forums abounded online. Somewhere along the line, years passed, other people moved on, and I am left to remember in silence those beautiful stories that I loved for what felt like decades, but was, in fact, only a few years before everyone else found something new to love.
That’s how I feel about Murder Rooms: The Dark Beginnings of Sherlock Holmes. Not just the brilliant miniseries starring Sir Ian Richardson before his untimely and much-grieved passing, but also the book series that the screenplay writer brilliantly penned before interest in his idea petered out… [more]