Also, I was not a fan of the one-off episode (TAB) either. I still love the show BBC Sherlock, I do. Hell, I've arranged annual discussions at a local con for Sherlock fans.
Maybe we'll see a change in a couple years. Maybe not, also.
Time will tell, eh?
The entire Team SH has gotten so busy, and so popular-- which they all well deserve, and I'm over the moon for them all. 8)
I may still post here a few times. I have a few drafts for 2017 that I want to put up.
Will I keep an eye out for future setlock, future news, future anything Team SH?
I don't know. I may on my Twitter. Sometimes on G+ also.
I've loved posting here... even when I can't keep up with everything. Just keeping up with Ben is a full-time job, seems like!
And I still love Team Sherlock. I follow Amanda there -- who continues to delight me with being mad at the horrible things certain personages are doing, both in her own country, and mine. I love Loo... the women of Sherlock are some of my favoritest people ever.
I got a friend to look into Fargo because I said "Billy Bob Thornton and Martin's in it!" and she reports it is indeed a good show... in small doses.
You gotta recover, she tells me, it's that dark.
So I can't tell you if this fandom blog will go back into more frequent posts. I don't know. Not yet.
Considering that I began this blog site originally long before BBC Sherlock existed, it could.
Being a Sherlock fan girl created bonds with me and fellow fans all over. Some of my Tweeps are still SH fans; strangers I've met at cons squee'd happily with me over SH. SF/F authors and I have discussed SH at cons or on Twitter, or in email.
BBC Sherlock brought a lot of good to my life. And yeah, I'd draw a heart all over that alone if I could. Truly.
Love you all, my fellow fans -- fan girl sisters and brothers, fen and non-fen, fans and all.
~~ playing "I Want To Break Free" on a Certain Someone's iThing ~~
~~ just because it was hilarious onscreen ~~