Tag Archives: David Marcum

How to Write a Sherlock Holmes Pastiche


A pastiche is the ultimate method of honouring the fictional character of your choice. It is also a great way of learning the craft of writing. You already have a template of sorts to guide you, some familiarity with the … Continue reading

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Getting to Know David Marcum


I have a confession to make. I adore David Marcum. I love his style of writing and the gentle respect he shows for his fellow writers. His stories are among my favourites, not only of Sherlock Holmes tales, but of … Continue reading

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Largest Collection of New Sherlock Holmes Stories Released in October


I’m hugely proud to be part of this project. My short story, Harbinger of Death, appears in the third volume of this huge collection, the largest of its kind ever compiled. All proceeds go to Undershaw, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s … Continue reading

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