Monday, July 30, 2012

Inspector Wholock

Top picture taken from http://ipadwallpaper.eu/wallpapers/2/doctor-who-and-sherlock-wp1.jpg, bottom picture taken from http://media.azpm.org/master/image/2010/9/6/spot/mystery_lewis_dk_matter617x.jpg. Image depicts the main characters of this teleplay: Sherlock Homes (top center, on the left), John Watson (directly to the right of Sherlock), the Eleventh Doctor (further to the right), Inspector Robbie Lewis (bottom left), and Sergeant James Hathaway (bottom right).
This is, in short, a crossover story (written in teleplay format) of my three favorite British TV shows: Doctor Who, Inspector Lewis, and Sherlock. It was written for a school assignment a few weeks ago. If you're not familiar with Doctor Who, you might have some more trouble following it than a fan would, but I think it's still relatively clear. Let me know if it isn't.

Time-wise, this takes place after season five but before season six of Doctor Who. Sherlock is in an alternate universe where Sherlock and John still have met and have solved crimes, but Moriarty hasn't made an appearance... yet. This can take place at any point in the Inspector Lewis timeline. Well, it has to be after the pilot.

Disclaimer: I do not own Doctor Who, Sherlock, or Inspector Lewis or any of the characters and settings mentioned within those shows.



INSPECTOR WHOLOCK
A Teleplay
BASED ON THE TV SHOWS
“SHERLOCK”
“DOCTOR WHO”
And “INSPECTOR LEWIS”

Saturday, July 14, 2012

Bountiful Butterfly Blessings

Picture taken from http://images.paraorkut.com/img/pics/glitters/b/butterfly_rainbow-8184.jpg. Image depicts butterflies and a rainbow. I think it's a gorgeous picture.

In May, I wrote and posted a poem called "To Sing to a Butterfly". Here's what that particular poem's been up to since:

  • Posted on the Old South Church Forum
  • Used by Rev. Dr. Debbie Clark in a worship service at Edwards Church in Framingham
  • Inspired an in-progress piano prelude by composer Erik Gustafson
  • Used by Rev. Don Remick at the opening worship service for the UCC Mass Conference
  • Shared by at an Interfaith Spirituality group at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, and:
  • Published in the Summer 2012 edition of the Old South Reporter

So thank you Anonymous, for giving me the prompt that started it all, and all of you for your continued support!