Tag Archives: Conan Doyle

House and Holmes


Legacy. Get any writer drunk enough, and she will admit to a fascination with the subject. We revere that of our heroes; we obsess over what our own may be. Here in Ireland, we honour writers with the sort of … Continue reading

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Why is Sherlock Holmes Relevant in the 21st Century?


For a fictitious character who was born during the reign of Victoria, Sherlock Holmes is looking good. He has a movie franchise, two hit television series, and heaven only knows how many novels being written about him. From London to … Continue reading

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What’s the Story?


 ART IS ABOUT CHOICES This week I’ve been asking myself this question: Where is the story. Firstly, because my publisher asked me to write a cover blurb for my novel. Secondly, because I’ve been revising a short story and have … Continue reading

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