Word count: 1,832
Summary: From the prompt:
Sherlock keeps getting texts from Mycroft with tips on wooing John.
Why read it: Mycroft Holmes is many things: dapper, brilliant, influential, and — most of all — creepy. With an army of minions and uncountable recording devices, Mycroft is probably the most efficient busybody in all of Britain.
Of course, when Sherlock discovers that his brother is using all of this power in order to get him laid, he can only react one way —
Word count: 2,668
Summary: Mrs. Hudson plays matchmaker for her tenants.
Why read it: We all know that the biggest shipper of Sherlock/John is Mrs. Hudson. (With Mycroft as a close second, of course.) This is a really cute portrayal of Mrs. Hudson’s efforts to transform Sherlock and John’s relationship from this:
Genre: Crossover (Doctor Who)/Angst
Word count: 1,000
Summary: It’s bigger on the inside, she’d said, and he’d smiled and whisked her away.
Why read it: Here’s a beautiful look at the women of Sherlock as companions of the Doctor. All of their experiences are so unique and true to each character, ranging from humorous to tragic, just as anything Doctor Who related should.
I know the men of Sherlock get the most love, but in a show full of BAMFs, let’s give it up for the ladies.
Author: Mad Lori
Word count: 93,036
I like to think of this not so much as a blog but as the first draft of my inevitably best-selling memoirs. My Life In an Unconventional Family. How unconventional? Well, I live with my divorced parents and my dad’s husband. How’s that for starters? Trust me, it gets weirder.
My name is Eugenia Watson, but you can call me Genie. I’m sixteen. This is my life.
Why read it: First off, just look at the author.
Still haven’t clicked the fic yet? Well damn, son. What’s wrong with you? This is legitimate fluff, people. It’s fantastic, feel-good writing with tons of fantastic lines that will have you cracking up.
With that said, kindly get to reading.
Word count: 4,662
Summary: In which Mycroft appears at the police station being ostentatiously powerful and I-Actually-Run-The-Country on numerous occasions, having arguments with Sherlock, who won’t tell anyone who he is.
Why read it: IT’S A PROTECTIVE FIC!
Ok, I will admit I have a teeny-tiny, itsy-bitzy, small, little obsession with the idea that everyone is secretly super protective of Sherlock, and he’s just like, “wha…
There’s a slight possibility that it’s my head canon. Just a small one.
Notes: Make sure to scroll down to the second fill.