Steven Moffat, Be My Writing Husband

This is a plea, sort of like those marriage proposals I dream up for David Thewlis and Alan Rickman while I’ve got nothing better to do (not that there is every anything better to do than that).

I was first introduced to the Doctor Who fandom through – what else? – Blink. I’ve heard a lot of others say that this was their first episode, including many people who agree with me that it’s the BEST intro to the show. My experience was a bit special, with a skipping disc and a fire alarm going off at the WORST possible time, not to mention we were watching it in the middle of the night, of course. But from then on, I was fascinated with the episodes written by Moffat.

I fell even further in love with Moffat in the wonderful BBC series Sherlock. I think we all fell in love with a lot of people through Sherlock, and if you haven’t seen it, SHAME ON YOU.

Anyway, I feel like Moffat the Emotional Troll and The Mistress of Dark Emotion could make an excellent writing marriage. So please, Moffat, hear my plea, and write with me!!!

Or at least entertain the notion.




About Charlotte Blackwood

Charlotte Blackwood is a self-employed aspiring author working on perfecting her first novella/ first novel. She is a current student at Claremont McKenna College in Claremont, CA. If you're looking for a reading list (someday she'll add her own works to the list), she's currently supporting Anna Karenina, anything by Dickens, anything by Tolkien, anything by JK Rowling, A Song of Ice and Fire, and The Hunger Games.

2 thoughts on “Steven Moffat, Be My Writing Husband

  1. brianhmoll says:

    You mean Knox Harrington, the video artist?

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