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Hey there Fletcherfans!

Yup, still here – currently in week..4? 90?…of isolation, and I know I’m not supposed to enjoy it but honestly I’m locked up with a cat and three bookshelves full of books and four streaming services and I can get PLANTS DELIVERED TO MY HOUSE what sorcery is this.

I haven’t checked in on this for awhile, but I’m so delighted that people are still visiting the blog and escaping the global madness through reading through my madness instead. It honestly means the absolute world to me!

For those of you wondering what series I’m going to ruin/improve next – yeah, me too. Commitment issues are a real thing, you guys.

In the meantime, I’ve started an actual blog – heybriony.com. I’ve no idea what it will be, so please send me suggestions on things for me to write about!

I hope you’re all keeping sane, and following the life lessons of JB Fletcher at all times!

Take care,


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Fletcherfans! You know what time it is.


Have the loveliest of Christmases. Thank you all for riding along on this crazy trip.

And now for something completely different…


OK guys listen up because I have news.

Do you like old-school musicals?

Do you like doing things for a good cause?


On December 8, there will be a nationwide special screening of Buttonsa musical in the style of old-school MGM classics. During a time of robber barons, mills, and rising industry, two orphan children meet two unexpected visitors (Dick Van Dyke & Angela Lansbury) who turn the tide of events and change their lives forever.

Narrated by Robert Redford and Kate Winslet, the film stars Abigail Spencer, Jane Seymour, Roma Downey, Ioan Gruffudd, Katie McGrath, Robert Picardo, Charles Shaughnessy, Paul Greene, John de Lancie, and “Nova”, a song written by Sir Paul McCartney.

As if that wasn’t enough, following the film there is a one of a kind tribute to legendary dancer, director, and choreographer Gene Kelly, hosted by Kelly’s wife and biographer, Patricia Ward Kelly.

All proceeds from the screenings will go towards Kate Winslet’s Golden Hat Foundation, helping those living with autism.

Guys, I couldn’t be more unhappy that I am in the wrong hemisphere and can’t go to this. So please please please go and support a worthy cause and enjoy the Dame Of All Things be perfect in every way.

Click here for more info on tickets, and for screenings near you.

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Thank you for all the kind messages.The good news: my computer is okay!

The other news: my apartment still looks like a construction worker lives in it. Justice moves slowly and apparently so do tradies and insurance claims.

Cross your fingers. I want my apartment back!🙄


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Hey guys.

In another case of CAN’T EVERYTHING BE OKAY FOR FIVE MINUTES my next door neighbours apartment has flooded and as a result has flooded my apartment too.

While the good news is that there doesn’t appear to be too much damage, the one big casualty is of course my computer. Cue uncontrollable weeping.

So yes. Unfortunately the blog is going on a little bit of a holiday until I get insurance money and Dr Rob can build me a new Murder She Blogged typewriter.

The blog will return! I promise!


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I was going to post this on Sunday but it’s been a bad day in Melbourne today so I’m posting this and sending all of my love.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Fletcherfans. Thank you for being so awesome.

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Sorry guys. Football has taken over my life. (Also, my Mum is visiting).

I’ll be back on October 8th. In the meantime, I highly recommend you click here.

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