Category: Baker Street
Dorian and Sherlock…

It’s no secret that I’m a massive fan of Sherlock Holmes. I wrote the four Baker Street Irregulars books, I’m a member of the Sherlock Holmes Society council, one of my closest US friends is Leslie Klinger, he of the New Annotated Sherlock Holmes and I’m working on several Holmes / Conan Doyle related things at the moment. One thing [&hellip

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The Life And Death Of A Notebook…

One of the things about being a writer is that often, an idea will come into your head at the strangest time. And unless you write it down there and then, the chances are you’ll forget it. Yes, that’s right – that genius idea you just had? Gone forever. Man, that sucks. So many writers have something to write on, [&hellip

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Baker Street Irregulars in The Times of London…

Every now and then something comes along that re-evaluates your opinion of where things are going. Take Sherlock Holmes: The Baker Street Irregulars, our books for Franklin Wattsfor example, the four book series of graphic novels that I created with Dan Boultwood back in May / June. They sold okay, didn’t hit any ‘best of’ lists, Richard and Judy didn’t add them to their book club, and [&hellip

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Edinburgh Knights…

So this time last week I was on my way to Edinburgh and the Edinburgh International Book Festival for the second time ever in my career. And to be honest, I was terrified. The Festival is one of the most prestigious and important book festivals in the entire calendar, and people come from all over the world to attend, either as guests or [&hellip

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