Gentle Means (A Forsyte Saga Fan
Fiction) Chapter 2: Freakish Encounter

Hello everyone! Damianista welcomes you to the Fan Fiction of the month!

I believe many of you have read the first chapter The Urchin in the Attic in Mel’s wonderful The Forsyte Saga fan fiction Gentle Means. We are thrilled to bring you Chapter 2 today. Hope you enjoy our beloved Soames’ new adventures and come back for more! Continue reading “Gentle Means (A Forsyte Saga Fan Fiction) Chapter 2: Freakish Encounter”

How Keane gave us Brody and How Brody gave us Axe *UPDATED*

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I am sure that, by now, you have got to know me quite well. Yes, I’m a little bit (ok, ok more than a little bit) obsessed with Brody… All roads do not lead to Rome, they all lead to… yes, Bravo, to Brody!

Now, I love William Keane, too. I LOVE him.

Because…

Did you know that if there had been no William Keane, there would have been no Nicholas Brody? I mean there would have been some Brody in Homeland, but not our Brody! Can you imagine? Continue reading “How Keane gave us Brody and How Brody gave us Axe *UPDATED*”

Gentle Means (A Forsyte Saga Fan
Fiction) Chapter 1: The Urchin in The Attic

Hello everyone! Damianista welcomes you to the Fan Fiction of the month!

I believe many of you have already read Mel’s lovely fan story and so you know she is proud to be a card-carrying member of our “dark horse” club…

…and we are extremely thrilled to publish her brilliant fan fiction today! As you see from the title, Urchin in The Attic is only Chapter 1 in the series of new adventures our beloved Soames will have thanks to Mel’s wonderful imagination! ENJOY and come back for more! Continue reading “Gentle Means (A Forsyte Saga Fan Fiction) Chapter 1: The Urchin in The Attic”

Divergent

Obsession – the state of being obsessed with someone or something; an idea or thought that continually preoccupies or intrudes on a person’s mind.

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When we watch a TV programme we do so to get away from the reality of our own lives. This could be considered a tad ironic as we then become totally engrossed in and obsessed with the ‘reality’ in whatever programme we are watching. We start to react to what is happening on the show and talk about character’s problems as if they are real. One of the reasons for this is simply that, while this character is fiction, their problems may resonate with us and we start to root for that character as a result. We have the desire to see our favourites come out on top and get their way in a way that maybe we cannot. Continue reading “Divergent”

Fan Fiction by NotLinda: Dear Dana

Damianista’s note: What if Carrie wrote a letter to Dana about her father? NotLinda is giving us a brilliant Homeland Fan Fiction today. ENJOY!

Continue reading “Fan Fiction by NotLinda: Dear Dana”