WatchingHe is very active for a man who was supposed to be dead. In fact, he is, without a doubt, the most active dead person, except from Irene Adler. They text each other a couple of times, sharing their 'Everybody Thinks I'm Dead' stories.Watching2 years ago in Drama
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He got bored very quick. He hated being stuck in the small room, and after the first time he had shot at the walls, Molly had taken the gun and thrown it away. He didn't have any cigarettes and he couldn't update his blog. All of his favourite activities had been taken away from him. Which was why he started pacing the floor often.
Finally, after three months, he got to go outside. He walked around in the shadows of London, letting the Homeless Network know he was still there. Not many of them seemed surprised. He asked them to bring him news of anything suspicious, especially around Baker Street. He still wasn't that Moriarty was truly gone, and if he was right, he would make sure that he would not get to John or Mrs. Hudson.
After six months
Sherlock- BoxJohn blinked at the box in the middle of the floor. It was fresh, new. The label on the side was addressed to Speedy's café, so John knew it wasn't originally meant to be in the flat. Mrs. Hudson wouldn't randomly leave a box in the middle of the floor, and John definitely hadn't had anything to do with it, so that left Sherlock.Sherlock- Box3 years ago in General Fiction
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As far as things Sherlock brought back to the apartment, a cardboard box was mundane, at best. That was part of what worried John. He moved to examine the box, speculating as to what could be inside.
The first thing that he noted was that it was upside down. The bottom of the box, which was now the top, was still sealed with packing tape. Closer examination showed that the tape across the top of the box (now tucked underneath) had been peeled off, so the only opening was at the bottom. This also meant that it had been opened, which reduced the fear that Sherlock was stealing a café's mail.
With a huff, John plopped down in his chair, staring at the b
For Alia: Sherlock's ReturnIf Sherlock had believed in a deity, he might have thanked him/her/it the moment John walked through the door of the ex-consulting detective's newly acquired bookshop.For Alia: Sherlock's Return3 years ago in Short Stories
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In the years after the unfortunate Reichenbach affair, Sherlock had been forced to go undercover, to let everyone think he was dead and buried, disgraced. Even Mycroft had been in the dark until a year ago, until Sherlock had been forced to go to him for help. But the need for discretion had passed, his enemies sought out and destroyed so that they could never harm any of his friends ever again.
All that was left now was to wait for the moment that he could reveal himself to John without inducing serious psychological damage on his friend. So, naturally, Sherlock bought a bookshop on Baker Street. Okay, so Mycroft had bought it, and under duress too, but that was of no consequence. All that mattered to Sherlock was that sooner or later, John would find it and enter, and then... Well, he would figure that out when the tim