Musings, Mutterings & Pontifications of the Renowned Romance Author
Oct 16, 2010 by Devlin O' Neill
Dev, I thought that I had read all Conan Doyle’s books, I don’t recall this one. :D
If you can give me the publication number? ;)
Polly, you should stay right where you are. I love 101 Dalmations–including the book by Dodie Smith. You could stay in your jammies and go right from the movie to the book, then back to the movie…it’s that kind of day here, too.
I have no number, Paul, but the work was channeled directly to me by the man himself. I am merely the scribe, or was after an evening of drinking Guinness and champagne. Or is that too much information?
Of course, one has to wonder if the chest of drawers started red or was stained that color by all the blood. Perhaps the killer was-
Watson, I’m talking about her underpants!
Holmes, you get stranger and stranger the more opiates you take. Also, I begin to suspect that this story is meant to titillate the prurient interest.
Dammit, are you going to transcribe my fever dream or do I have to hire a ghostwriter again?
LOL! I believe I have discovered a coconspirator.
I’ll second that Polly…now I have the giggles. :) Many welcomes Pygmalion!
Let’s see how you feel when the topic shifts from Sherlock Holmes and I run out of material.
I actually ran across this site while researching indie eBook publishing and was pleasantly surprised to find that it meshed with my interest (and was embedded in a community of my interest, no less). A two birds one stone style-of-thing.
Looks like it’ll be fun.
Settle down, Polly.
Well, unsettle then, and take those dogs for a walk! The very idea!
I have seen the film, Polly, though I have to say I can’t recall how a raccoon came to be in England. I do remember thinking that Laurie made a perfect bumbling criminal. And as you see – saw – the puppies all are safe, so get a move on, young lady, because … is it that late already? Well, early start tomorrow then.
Scarlet, you still can salvage some daylight, missy, so get cracking.
Alas, the sun is beginning to set. I may have to have a cup of tea and contemplate doing great things on the morrow.
I did get to Pilates today. I’m sorry to say from there it was all downhill. But as Scarlett says, “Tomorrow is another day!”
How did you know? The 5k run may be a hike in the woods, but you did nail my plans for Cicero!
Gosh, Scarlet. It’s almost scary how well I know your habits, isn’t it? After that I expect you’ll want to drive over and continue painting that cathedral ceiling fresco you started last week.
Well, you were close. I’m RESTORING it, not painting it. But it was a good try.
Bravo, Bravo, Bravo, what a wonderful Sherlock Holmes spanking story. Sir Conan Doyle would be proud of you Devlin. The only change I would make to this masterpiece of spanking writing is the title. How about “The Curious Case of the Naughty Woman in Red Knickers. That left with a blushing Red A***”.
Sorry, Six, didn’t see you there! Glad you enjoyed the story, though I believe the title as it stands is quite wordy enough.
Yeah right. Hrumph!
Which is Sunday, so I assume you’ll start with a 5k run, and then translate a hundred or so lines of Cicero to keep your Latin sharp.
Ah! I was misinformed. Very kind of you to take on such a huge task out of the goodness of your heart.
You do know the diocese will be paying you in Good Will Chips, right?
Polly, I wish I had read this sooner and copied your very excellent idea for how to pass the day.
I made the terrible mistake of leaving my bed and book this morning and have regretted it ever since.
Perhaps finding myself a bit of mischief will set things right :)
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