Tag Archives: Women in Fiction

Non-Productive.com’s presents this year’s #MarchMadness Competition!

Years ago, Non-Productive.com decided to use the thrills of a March Madness style competition to celebrate Women’s History Month, and shortly after our landmark Women in Fiction competition came to…

Sherlock: The Final Problem

The Fourth Season of Sherlock comes to a close with The Final Problem, an episode that seems like it belongs in an entirely different series.

Unnerving Theories for Sherlock: Season 4

When I first decided to review Sherlock: The Six Thatchers, I did so because I felt I had just watched an impressive film that I wanted to share my thoughts…

Sherlock: The Lying Detective

In Sherlock: The Lying Detective we see a return to norm for our characters, which naturally means a return to dysfunction, madness, and desperation. The episode is solid despite some…

Sherlock: The Six Thatchers

Sherlock returns to television with all the wit and visual flare the series has become known for, but with a story that lacks payoff after months of anticipation. Worse, it…

On Mulan…

This recording was made after our the results of our Final Four round were revealed. To listen to the podcast where we announce the results of that round of competition…

The Winner of our #WomenInFiction Contest is…

This year we at Non-Productive.com knew we wanted to do another geek-centric March Madness competition. A few years ago, we focused on Cult TV, and it was a lot of…

#WomenInFiction The Final Two Contestants Announced!

When we started this March Madness competition, we had no idea how amazing it would be. With the hundreds of character submissions and thousands of votes each round, we found…

Non-Productive.com’s presents #WomenInFiction!

Our Women in Fiction competition is over! Check out our entire Women In Fiction series! Read posts about the last few rounds and articles supporting our favorite characters! The Complete…

#WomenInFiction Final Four Upset!

When we started this March Madness competition, we had no idea how amazing it would be. With the hundreds of character submissions and thousands of votes each round, we found…