BestDA photos Collection #7BestDA photos Collection #79 months ago in Art Features More Like This
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Belated (Sherlock X Mycroft X Sister! Reader)The Holmes' Family, in John's opinion, was the epitome of the saying "expect the unexpected." Highly unusual in their lack of social skills, he wondered how they managed to call the few people they could friends. He supposed he was speaking a bit rashly...it was more the children of the family that startled him. Sherlock, (f/n), and Mycroft's parents seemed almost too normal, it was as though they'd adopted the three strange, now, adults. This all ran through his mind as (f/n) and Mycroft stood at their door on the afternoon of July 19.Belated (Sherlock X Mycroft X Sister! Reader)4 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
Each sibling had a small box in their hands. (f/n) was the first to speak:
John sighed, Mycroft merely sighed with a shake of the head.
"It's-it's John," he explained as nicely as he could.
"Mm," she responded rather bored, "Very mundane. I'll settle with 'doctor' from here...where is Sherlock?" John pointed behind him,
"Fumbling about with some eyeballs." It occurred to John as they gave a nod and walked in that these were the only
The Actor, chapter 7Fandom: Doctor WhoThe Actor, chapter 74 months ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
Characters: David Tennant, Eleventh Doctor, Amy Pond, Rory Williams
David sat in the canteen, picking at his lunch and studying the script. These long monologues of mile-a-minute technobabble were always the hardest to learn, and though he'd worked on it for two hours last night, he still couldn't get this one to flow well. As he mouthed it through another time, someone ran up and threw her arms around him, almost knocking him out of his chair.
“I’ve found you! Finally found you!”
He looked up into the face of a blond woman, whose adoring smile shone through the tears in her eyes. "Billie! I didn't know you were in Cardiff! What’s wrong?"
"'Billie'? I’m Rose! Doctor, I’ve come back to you, across the Void." She stared into his unbelieving eyes.
"What?" David shot out of his seat, knocking his tray to the floor. Rose let go of him to avoid being dragged along. "I'm not the Doctor! I'm David!"
Rose was horrified,
Ten Million Eternities Ch. 1 (Sherlock x Reader)Ten Million Eternities Ch. 1 (Sherlock x Reader)2 months ago in Romance More Like This
Sunlight dazzled through the leaves and branches of a nearby beauteous honeysuckle. Beaming down, the sun provided just the perfect amount of lighting for a human being lying on a purple and mint-green colored striped lawn chair, reading a newly-released novel. Splashing from an over-sized chlorine swimming pool occupied by young, excited teenagers celebrating the ending of their current school year and the beginning of their summer vacation drifted over to you, as you simply ignored them, allowing the sounds to integrate themselves with the words of your book, so that in your mind, they became one.
This was wonderful.
Meadowlarks, though a bit strange for making an appearance considering your area of residence, sang virtuous melodies, their sounds worth the price of a heaven-belonging angel's belt. Wind settled itself among the bark of the trees and gently along and over the perfectly-enclosing and shade-providing fence, providing just the exact amount of peacefulness and tranquility
Ten Million Eternities Ch. 2 (Sherlock x Reader)Ten Million Eternities Ch. 2 (Sherlock x Reader) 2 months ago in Romance More Like This
Arriving in London was like a breath of fresh air. Well, in a way. It was mixed with relief, reminiscence, sadness, and worry, all of which pertained to Sherlock and his horrid situation.
The town of your past residence was and also felt slightly different but very much the same since when you had resided there.
You rented out a motel room, unpacked the few bags that you'd brought along with you, and took a nice, hot shower. By the time you had exited the shower, it was 8:31 a.m., and since you'd already slept on the plane (though, not an easy task, with the constant noises of a crying and all-but unsoothable child in seat 15B, the constant germs circulating coming from the man and his female partner in seats 22A and 22B--well, you hoped they were partners, the way they'd been kissing and all--and the loud music coming from a man in seat 45C, who had been blasting rock music, oblivious to the fact that his headphones hadn't been plugged all the way in) so you weren't too