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Thanks to everyone who read and commented/kudoed here or over on AO3! It's been another fun-packed, crazy-making July!

ACD Holmes )

BBC Sherlock )

Silverfox 2.0 )

Amnesty Prompt Fics )

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Parting Shot
By MonkeyBard
Rating: PG13
Length: 2004
Universe: BBC-AU: Silverfox 'verse
Genre: Sci-fi; Hint o' slash; Hint o' het
Summary: Is the war over when the battle continues?
Warnings: Mild gore. Strong language. Sci-fi medicine.
Date: 26 July 2015
JWP #26: The One You Were Expecting: Everyone expects certain kinds of prompts in JWP. Today's prompt is exactly that: the one you personally had expected to see by now, but haven't. Whether that's a 221B challenge, a woeful injury, or a cracktastic combination - well, it's whatever you expected from JWP!
A/N: I expected a Whump-a-Watson prompt by now, so I guess that means I'm going to be writing whump today. Wish Watson luck. He's going to need it.


Lestrade hauled his tired brain into wakefulness... )
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Meta-go-round
By MonkeyBard
Rating: PG13
Length: 460
Universe: BBC
Genre: Slash
Summary: John falls down a rabbit hole.
Warnings: OMG, teh meta! It killz!
Date: 25 July 2015
JWP #25: Picture Prompt: Fanworks Through the Ages. (Picture of a poem published in the Milwaukee Ledger, 1895.)
A/N: I made myself dizzy writing this. I'm going to eat ginger chews and lie down now until the internet stops spinning.


"Oh. My. God. I cannot unread that." )
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After Disaster, Tea
By MonkeyBard
Rating: PG
Length: 1434
Universe: BBC
Genre: Hint o' Slash
Summary: Mrs Hudson investigates.
Date: 24 July 2015
JWP #24: A Long-Suffering Woman: Involve Mrs. Hudson in Watson’s whump in some fashion.


The protracted thudding from upstairs was enough to make a soufflé fall. )
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Improvisation
By MonkeyBard
Rating: NC17/Explicit
Length
: 897
Universe: BBC
Genre: Slash
Summary: "Sherlock, where's the lube gone?"
Date: 23 July 2015
JWP #23: Improvised Tools. For a truly desperate person anything can be utilized as a tool or as a weapon.
A/N: You knew the smut was imminent, right? It only took the right prompt.


John opened the nightstand drawer. )
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Unintended Side-effects
By MonkeyBard
Rating: PG
Length: 221
Universe: BBC
Summary: A cryptic note makes John wary.
Date: 22 July 2015
JWP #22: While You Were Out. Watson returns home after a long day to find a note pinned to his door. What is the note? Who left it? It's all up to you.


The Post-It on the door of 221B filled John with dread. )
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Sweet Relief
By MonkeyBard
Rating: PG13
Length: 1393
Universe: BBC
Genre: Slash
Summary: Sherlock doesn't like the heat. John does what he can to help.
Date: 21 July 2015
JWP #21: Heat Rash. It's a muggy, hot summer and someone's reacting badly. Metaphorical bonus points for including salve/lotion/ointment and needing help applying it.
A/N: This came out in present tense. Don't ask me why. I beg your indulgence on the point.


The summer is relentless. )
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West End Blues
By MonkeyBard
Rating: PG
Length: 847
Universe: BBC
Summary: Classic locked-room murder.
Date: 20 July 2015
JWP #20: Yankee Doodle Came to London: Doyle seemed to have a fascination for people and things American (three of his four novel-length Sherlock Holmes tales feature someone from North America), and societies as diverse as Pennsylvanian coal-town gangs, the Latter-Day Saints and the KKK appear in Canon. Remember that Watson was whumped by a Chicago gangster in 3GAR. Put something or someone American in your entry, or do an American-based pastiche.


Hopkins ushered them past the police tape... )
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Déjà Vu All Over Again
By MonkeyBard
Rating: PG
Length: 675
Universe: BBC
Summary: It's not the Matrix.
Date: 18 July 2015
JWP #18: The Games We Play. Involve a game of some sort in your story, whether it's a round of whist, an intense night of Cluedo, or a Pac-Man tournament.


Greg had the weirdest feeling of déjà vu... )
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Sibling Exchange
By MonkeyBard
Rating: G
Length: 120
Universe: BBC
Summary: A sense of humour only a sibling could love.
Date: 17 July 2015
JWP #17: But Aside From That, Dr. Watson, How Did You Like the Trip to Switzerland?: Watson has been accused of having a “pawky sense of humour” by his flatmate. Incorporate humour into your entry in some way – even grim or black humour (characteristic of both medical people and police).
A/N: Inspired by a true story.

NEW MESSAGE
To: Harry Watson
From: John Watson

Subject: Thanks, but…

Harry,

Thanks for the birthday supper out. I was surprised by your offer, to be honest. I had a good evening and I hope you did too.

Thought I'd let you know I got mugged on the way home from the restaurant. Nothing serious. Couple of dumb thugs and the only harm done was to their faces and the screen on my mobile. So don't try calling or texting anytime soon. I'll let you know when I've got a new one. It'll be the same number.

~John


RE: Thanks, but…
From: Harry Watson
To: Johnny W

Johnny-
Never would've happened if you hadn't insisted on having dessert.
Love,
H
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Bloody, but unbowed
By MonkeyBard
Rating: PG
Length: 1066
Universe: BBC-AU Silverfox 'verse
Warnings: Description of burns. Sci-fi medical practices.
Summary: Silverfox doesn't like being in hospital.
Date: 16 July 2015
JWP #16: Picture Prompt: Ablaze.
A/N: Title taken from Invictus by William Ernest Henley.


Fire. His entire body was ablaze like a sun... )
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Adage
By MonkeyBard
Rating: G
Length: 100
Universe: BBC
Summary: Beginning. Middle. End.
Date: 15 July 2015
JWP #15: That Old Saying. The old Egyptian saying "ابن الوزّ عوّام. (ibn il-wazz 3awwam.) ("The son of a goose is a swimmer.") is roughly the same sentiment as the English "Like father, like son." Whether it's one of these statements or another adage, include some classic saying in today's entry. Bonus points if you also manage to include a goose!
A/N: Take 2 on today's prompt. No geese this time, but at least I actually followed the prompt. Plus there's a Watson in this one.


It started well. )
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Symmetry
By MonkeyBard
Rating: G
Length: 221B
Universe: BBC
Summary: Greg pays a visit.
Date: 15 July 2015
JWP #15: That Old Saying. The old Egyptian saying "ابن الوزّ عوّام. (ibn il-wazz 3awwam.) ("The son of a goose is a swimmer.") is roughly the same sentiment as the English "Like father, like son." Whether it's one of these statements or another adage, include some classic saying in today's entry. Bonus points if you also manage to include a goose!
A/N: I can't get through JWP without at least one fic without even a mention of John Watson. I'm surprised I made it this far into the month before it happened, to be honest.
A/N2: I realize that I didn't actually read the prompt properly. I guess I'll have to write another fic today. Oh well. At least there's geese in this one. ;)


"It's lovely today, Dad." )
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Wanderer
By MonkeyBard
Rating: G
Length: 522
Universe: BBC
Summary: Sally is not a cat person.
Date: 14 July 2015
JWP #14: Not So Cute. It's easy to be shmoopy when there are adorable baby animals involved. Try to create something shmoopy with a less-than-adorable and/or not-quite-a-baby animal.


Sally was not a cat person. )
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War Sonnet
By Monkeybard
Rating: PG
Length: 146
Genre: Poem
Universe: BBC
Warnings: Imagery of war. Zero knowledge of British grade marking system.
Summary: An old school assignment.
Date: 13 July 2015
JWP #13: A Tale Foretold. Watson comes across the first thing he ever wrote as a youth. It turns out to be prophetic.


War Sonnet )
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Coat Check
By Monkeybard
Rating: G
Length: 221B
Universe: BBC
Summary: Observations by a woman who loves her job.
Date: 11 July 2015
JWP #11: Coat Porn. Whether it's BBC Sherlock's amazing Belstaff, Joan Watson's slickers, or classic Victorian overcoats, let outerwear be your inspiration for today's entry.
A/N: The leather jacket has its origins in [livejournal.com profile] methylviolet10b's Jackets.

Hipster. Bearded, naturally. )
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Introductions
By MonkeyBard
Rating: G
Length: 221B
Universe: BBC
Summary: A first meeting.
Date: 10 July 2015
JWP #9: What’s All This Then? Use the POV of one or more of the police for today's entry.

I'd only ever heard about him before that day. )
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No Choice
By MonkeyBard
Rating: PG
Length: 221B
Universe: BBC
Warnings: Emotional whumpage. Memories of war. Hero complex? Probably maudlin.
Summary: Some choices are made for you.
Date: 9 July 2015
JWP #9: Healer's Choice. One person Watson chose not to save.
A/N: I was going to go all silly with a full DVR or a fridge over-packed with experiments or something, but then I reread the prompt: "One person..." Who that person is here is anybody's guess. I know who I think it is. I leave it to each of you to decide for yourselves who you think it is.


John was familiar with nightmares. )
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Shared Experience
By MonkeyBard
Rating: G
Length: 475
Universe: BBC
Genre: Slash
Pairing: Sherlock/John
Summary: They said they'd share everything.
Date: 8 July 2015
JWP #8: Poem prompt.

The Ballad of Reading Gaol


"I never saw a man who looked
With such a wistful eye
Upon that little tent of blue
Which prisoners call the sky,
And at every drifting cloud that went
With sails of silver by."

--Oscar Wilde

A/N: My mind fixated on the middle two lines and would not let go. Also, it caught the images from that uber-creepy deleted scene that [livejournal.com profile] keerawa linked yesterday. My brain needed to create a not-creepy antidote. So, yeah. This.


The first time he wakes, it's dark. )
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"A fearful battle render'd"
By MonkeyBard
Rating: PG13
Length: 1375
Universe: BBC-AU
Summary: The battle begins.
Date: 6 July 2015
JWP #6: Quotation Prompt. "Imitate the actions of a tiger." --Shakespeare, Henry V
A/N: Continuation of last year’s Silverfox 2.0 series. That would make this Part 6.
A/N2: Title from Shakespeare's Henry V, Act I, Scene 1
"List his discourse of war, and you shall hear
A fearful battle render'd you in music:"
Points if you can find all the other references, too.


A double explosion shattered the tense silence of the sickly yellow dawn. )

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