Date: 2012-01-04 12:45 pm (UTC)
Oh, thank you! I only thought of this the morning of the episode; I was mourning a bit for losing that "what if?" factor, knowing that later that day the pool scene was going to be resolved one way or another (and not with some fiery explosion, since both Sherlock and John seemed rather able-bodied and unscarred in the trailer!), and I thought of the multiple-scenario idea. It didn't really "click" for me until hearing the ringtone, though (and knowing many other fans were hearing it, too). Then I couldn't get the idea out of my head. I realized that the window of opportunity for this story to mean as much as possible to the reader (and to the writer, for that matter) was fairly small, so I just sat down and wrote it in one go.

I'm glad the timing worked for you. Thanks for asking! And for your encouraging and generous words. I appreciate them.
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