Well it is that spooky time of the year! And this is the most supernatural tale that our old friend Arthur Conan Doyle wrote featuring our friend Sherlock Holmes! And I speak of “The Hound of the Baskervilles!” Check out this 1996 documentary from the BBC about “The Hound…” Enjoy! Advertisements
“But the idea of writing was very contagious. It was just something you did. I always had to get ideas down on paper, whether journaling, or making up stories, plays, poems.” … More BEYOND WATSON INTERVIEW: Elizabeth Varadan, Author
BEYOND WATSON INTERVIEW: Derrick Belanger, Writer/Editor from Don Smith on Vimeo. You know what’s funny about Sherlock Holmes? A fall down the Reichenbach Falls and the death of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle couldn’t stop Sherlock from existing.
INTERVIEW: Luke Benjamen Kuhns, author of SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE HORROR OF FRANKENSTEIN from Don Smith on Vimeo. Luke Benjamen Kuhns is one of the foremost pastiche authors in the world of SHERLOCK HOLMES. For the first interview of the year, we sat down with Mr. Kuhns to talk about his book SHERLOCK HOLMES AND … More INTERVIEW: Luke Benjamen Kuhns, author of SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE HORROR OF FRANKENSTEIN
Well Christmas and New Years have come and gone. And most bleary eyed people were waking up and going, “Do I really have to go back to work and school?” The answer is, “YES!” I prefer to have the attitude, Sherlock demonstrated in “The Adventured of the Abbey Grange”: ‘Come, Watson, come!’ he cried. ‘The … More The Game is Afoot For a New Year!
Let’s talk THE CRUCIFER OF BLOOD starring Charlton Heston! The movie aired on TNT back in 1991 and it was based on a play written by Paul Giovanni. This was an adaption of THE SIGN OF THE FOUR by Arthur Conan Doyle, the second book featuring Sherlock Holmes. Quick summary, (for time’s sake, I am … More FIVE FAST THOUGHTS ABOUT “The Crucifer of Blood” with Charlton Heston
INTERVIEW: Robert W. Sullivan IV, Author from Don Smith on Vimeo. Today is Thanksgiving and the international symbol for the holiday is turkey! With that spirit, I want to share a man who knows a great deal about symbols – Robert W. Sullivan IV!