The Sherlockology Review of 2012
And so ends 2012, a packed year for BBC Sherlock and for Sherlockology itself. It’s the close of our first full year of running the website and all the connected social accounts, and ‘full’ is certainly the right word when looking back on the past twelve months.
Exclusive Interview with Sue Vertue on the creation of Sherlock
Thanks to the team at MX Publishing, we’re excited to bring you this exclusive interview with Sherlock producer Sue Vertue on the genesis of the BBC series. The interview was carried out as part of this month’s Sherlock Holmes week and in support of the Save Undershaw campaign, for which Mark Gatiss is also a Trust patron.
Sherlock’s Home - The Empty House, is proving one of the most popular Holmes books of the year from Sherlockology and MX and raising important funds for Save Undershaw. Featuring 30+ stories and contributions from authors around the world it is now available in all electronic formats - so if you haven’t got your copy yet…..
Paperback - Amazon, Barnes and Noble, (and free worldwide delivery Book Depository).
Electronic - Kindle , Kobo , Nook, and iTunes.
Thank you ALL for buying the book!
Tilney All Saints: It’s elementary, my dear Annabelle…
One of the authors included in our Sherlock’s Home book has found herself in the local news for her inclusion :o)
SHERLOCK’S HOME: THE EMPTY HOUSE IS NOW AVAILABLE
Today marks the Judicial Review into the future of Undershaw. And also, Sherlock’s Home: The Empty House, our collection of fan written stories and star testimonials produced with MX Publishing is now officially onsale.
You can order a copy of the book from AMAZON (UK) AMAZON (US) and THE BOOK DEPOSITORY (World Wide) and also on KINDLE UK and KINDLE US.
All royalties go to the Undershaw Preservation Trust.
Sherlock’s Home: The Empty House available now on Kindle UK and Kindle US!
The printed editions are shipping soon too - You can order your own copy of the book from: AMAZON (UK) AMAZON (US) and THE BOOK DEPOSITORY (World Wide).
The date of the High Court Judicial Review*, and will also be given out on the day. To keep up with all the latest news on the progress of Save Undershaw please visit: www.saveundershaw.com
*If the Review outcome is in the Trust’s favour, royalties from the sale of this book will go directly towards the renovation costs of the building. Should the unthinkable happen and it does not, the money will contribute to preserving the memory of Undershaw by documenting the building.