This book is exciting, ingenious, and a delight to read. I hope it will attract the modern generation to our Holmes and Watson." "The first President of this Society, S.C. Roberts, once observed “Certain imaginative playwrights, with a greater regard for popular sentiment than for documentary evidence, have boldly portrayed Sherlock Holmes not only as… Continue reading Sherlock Holmes Journal REVIEW of Remarkable Power of Stimulus
“What you do as an actor, for me anyway . . . you learn and assimilate. You read and read and read about the Victorian era. Who was in government? What was the social status of the country? Why was Holmes a bohemian? Then you start to read Doyle and you sort of sniff it… Continue reading Jeremy Brett IS Sherlock Holmes AUDIO BOOK IS OUT!
You think people want to sit down and read ‘The Adventure of the Sleeping Pussycat’ or ‘The Adventure of the Not Actually Stolen Jewellery?’ No! No, they don’t. I may not know much but I do know the kinds of stories the reading public enjoys! We need something with an edge!”—Dr. John Watson. Sherlock in… Continue reading David MacGregor is the cure for the pandemic!
Arthur Conan Doyle was a complex and deeply interesting character. May there long be writers around such as, Alistair Duncan, to explore him.” Bill Barnes, Captain, President, The Sidney Passengers. Alistair Duncan’s The Norwood Author: Arthur Conan Doyle & The Norwood Years (1891 – 1894), is filled with new, never before seen, material about Sir… Continue reading The Norwood Author by Alistair Duncan
Brava, Geri Schear! Let's see more of this, the world of Sherlock Holmes needs many more truly intelligent novels like this one. Geri Schear's brilliant novel, Sherlock Holmes And The Other Woman, is the very best of the Sherlock Holmes genre. It ought to be on the New York Times Bestseller list. No one except… Continue reading REVIEW Sherlock Holmes And The Other Woman
Ms. Altabef has done a sterling job. Holmes’s voice rings clear and true in this excellent novel. Grand Staircase Palais Garnier, Paris These Scattered Houses is a Sherlock Holmes pastiche written by Gretchen Altabef and published by MX Publishing, London. Set in New York near the end of the Great Hiatus – Sherlock Holmes finds… Continue reading These Scattered Houses Review by Margaret Walsh
The scenery is truly euphoric ... It makes you realize that life didn't happen by chance and the Earth and Universe wasn't created by a 'Big Bang' alone. There is more to it and the answer lies within us, if we look hard enough. We are all born from the same all powering force of… Continue reading THE ROAD IS LONG: A 4,000 mile run around the United Kingdom by Linda Pritchard
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7F427fR09k&list=PLF43-tHWPFEixp8RJb91wjRddPjhhthqL Recorded December 10, 2020 I awoke in the morning and the planetree greeted me covered in new spring buds outside the window of my old familiar bedroom. I took a breath, and his horrible first pipe filled my heart with gratitude. Today I wasn’t alone––Sherlock Holmes was back! Last night we poached an evildoer.… Continue reading Podcast-Remarkable Power of Stimulus Book Launch
"We discover what Watson did during Holmes’ hiatus and how it made him even more the partner of Sherlock Holmes. Their solving of the murders involves these two gentlemen in a dangerous chain of events . . . Only Holmes’ unshakable belief in logic, imagination, and truth, can make the difference." My local newspaper, the… Continue reading Bucks County Herald Article
Let us establish one fact immediately. Gretchen Altabef is a remarkably talented author . . . she eschews the formulas that so often appear in Holmes pastiches and sets about creating a new format. Let us establish one fact immediately. Gretchen Altabef is a remarkably talented author. In These Scattered Houses, the first book in… Continue reading Harry DeMaio’s Book Review of These Scattered Houses