--a H/W slash site.
This is the simple, no-frames version of Sacrilege, and can also serve as a
general sitemap to use in case my
marked in white on scarlet and noteworthy items are
marked on a teal background (if the stylesheet
works correctly for you).
Some items and categories have been re-organized and renamed, such as the
category called General Info where you'll find the webguide and image
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me of any comments you might have.
Feel free to browse through these major categories:
If your browser has a "Find in this Page" feature, you can also do a quick
search for a particular author's name or for a story title that you might
Last updated October 22, 2012. Added a new
chapter to my Madness fic.
- Why did I make this site?
- Who the heck's Miss Roylott?
- What is Slash, and what's the canon?
- How do I abbreviate the canon?
- Where can I join the Holmesslash list and
find the webguide?
- When can I see the image gallery or read Rex Stout's Watson Was a Woman?
stories grouped by author, then alphabetized by title
Please be aware that some authors have their own websites
now with more complete collections of their stories. Do check them out, for I
often do not have time to update Sacrilege with new stories lately.
A short tale of learning and forgetting, by Brancher.
- My Dear Major
A "tiny, tiny vignette" from the Trek universe, parallelling Major Kira
and Constable Odo to another romantic couple we know.
- Scene from a Marriage
A PWP about Holmes overcoming his hesitation with Watson.
- A Small Wound
An alternate universe story from Brancher.
- A Victorian Valentine
Brancher teams with JJ to celebrate the holiday with decidedly
Cicero Check the webguide for her site's address
- Wild Reality
Inspired by song lyrics, Cicero relates how Holmes gets through another
night of moping over Watson.
Deborah Check the webguide for more H/W stories at her site
- A Challenge
Holmes puts Watson to task, with an Inspector nearby!
Irene Adler Check the webguide for her site's address
A nice piece about dressing gowns.
JoAnne Soper-Cook Unfortunately, she
took her website down, and these are the only stories of hers that I
- Book of Secrets
Holmes and Watson's first meeting, their relations afterward, and a later
case involving peacock feathers.
JoAnne's charming story of a holiday in Dartmoor.
Kerry Check the webguide for more H/W stories at her site
- A Marrying Man
An ending for the Milverton case that includes Holmes taking the
opportunity to reveal a new truth to Watson.
Pythoness Check the webguide for her site's address
- The Secret Diaries of Dr. Watson
Watson's angstful remembrances of Holmes, originally published on
Pythoness's own website. Illustrated with a drawing by Pythoness.
Holmes's angst in the wake of Watson's wedding.
Telanu Check the webguide for more H/W stories at her site
A vignette about Holmes, Watson, Mary, and an excruciating dinner.
The sequel to Leaving.
- Under the Desk
A sensual and delightful PWP, occuring at Holmes's desk.
Veinglory Check the webguide for more H/W stories at her site
- Cowards of Us All
Watson's thoughts on how effective he is in Holmes's life. Illustrated
with a drawing by Veinglory.
Holmes reflects on sins and frozen hearts.
These items are not "nonfiction"
in the sense of being strictly historical or true,
but are merely some essays, humour, and other musings
that don't belong to Fiction.
Please be aware that an increasing number of H/W stories are
available on other fiction archives, or on the author's personal websites, and
you should definitely check them out, for I often do not have time to update
Sacrilege with new stories lately.
© Copyright for each story/work belongs to the individual author or creator,
of course, but my particular presentation of these works in this specific
collection, with my background image, layout, and such, are copyrighted by me.
That's how anthologies work. Also, I don't object to archiving stories that are
archived on other people's collections too. Share the wealth, I say.
Any potential authors for this site should note that they
are free to indicate to me via email whether they wish their true name and/or
email address to be affixed to their writings. Also, if you want to link to
this website, but don't have your own "Warning Page" for slash material, please
link to mine as the entrance. My ring memberships are
also listed on that page. Thanks.
-- the Editor