No Present Like The Time

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No Present Like The Time

Fandom: James Bond

Pairing: James Bond/Olivia Mansfield

Characters: James Bond, Olivia Mansfield

Rating: Teen

Disclaimer: All characters belong to the Bond franchise. 

Summary: James and M thought they had all the time in the world to reach for love believing they would always have tomorrow, but when tomorrow doesn’t come, all they have left is loss and regret.

Notes: A little idea if it was Craig’s Bond in Die Another Day. The idea wouldn’t leave me, until it was written. It was originally only meant to be a 100 word drabble, but my muse had other ideas. The title is a quote from The second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.

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Drabble #20 – Poison

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Fandom: James Bond

Pairing: James Bond/Olivia Mansfield

Character(s): James Bond, Olivia Mansfield

Word Count: 100

Summary: Olivia never believed in angels, but feeling her body burn, as the poison slowly ate away at her soul, one angel, in particular, may be her only hope.

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The Doctor who never came back from the war

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You were the best man, the most human … human being that I’ve ever known and no one will ever convince me that you told me a lie, so … there. I was so alone … and I owe you so much. But please, there’s just one more thing, one more miracle, Sherlock, for me, don’t be dead.

After watching the final problem, I finally decided to try my hand at painting, John Watson. It has been a while since I have done any digital paintings, so I’m a tad rusty.

For this piece I used the following brushes; fine detail oil, bristle oil, wet acrylic, soft charcoal, splatter brushes, as well as detail and oily blenders for the finer details and to blend everything together.

The full size version of this painting can be found on my deviantart page here. (x).

Murder on the Orient Express (2017) Review

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So, I finally saw Murder on the Orient Express tonight and loved every minute of it. I’ve seen many reviews from critics who have given it harsh reviews, but I found it quite enjoyable, more so than the 1974 adaptation.

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