Sherlock-inspired web series launches–It’s Baker Street, my dear Watson

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Love Sherlock Holmes? Check out the new web series, Baker Street, an innovative modern adaption of the short stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and inspired by the BBC’s Sherlock. Former med student, Jane Watson, finds herself thrust into a world of mystery when she rooms with the challenging and brilliant (and female!) Sherlock Holmes. Watch the first episode of this three-part series; the remaining episodes air on January 16 and 23 at 8PM EST.


Webheads favorite Classic Alice has never been hotter! Ocelites have been talking nonstop about the kiss and this, and the Indiegogo campaign to fund Season 2 has been burning past expectations. We are so excited about what is sure to be an entertaining BookTrib Live Chat with Kate Hackett and Tony Noto! So, if you haven’t already done so, sign up, send in your questions, and be sure to tune in on January 14 at 4pm EST. The crowdfunder continues through February 17.


Bernie Su, executive producer at Pemberley Digital, and mastermind of the transmedia literary web series, has been named 2014 Creator of the Year by VideoInk…And, in case you missed it, Bernie posted a must-read on The March Family Letters/Pemberley Digital partnership and the continued evolution of vlog adaptions…Did you catch the fun behind-the-scenes time lapse video from Emma Approved?… The Misselthwaite Archives, a modern retelling of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s The Secret Garden, has begun transmedia with video launch on January 23…Masked, the modern adaption of The Scarlet Pimpernel by Emma Orczy, has launched their website




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Feature image: Penguin 2011 edition The Secret Garden by cover designer  Jillian Tamaki


is a theater, film and sci-fi nerd who met her fabulous Australian husband while vacationing in Walt Disney World. She lives with him, their two perfect daughters, and the most lovable dog in the world in the Pacific Northwest.

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