I am self-appointed Slytherin, an honorary Death Eater, and far too Muggle to be either of those things.
Scribere est lacrimere, ridere, laborare, ludere, velle, cantare, vincere, cadere, et sominire.
To write is to cry, to laugh, to work, to play, to wish, to sing, to succeed, to fall, and to dream.
Summary: Winner in the Best Mid-Length Story and Best Romance categories in Round One of the Most Potente Passions SSHG Awards.
It begins the summer after Seventh Year, when the war is raging on, with an unexpected moment of tenderness. What is this inexplicable feeling Hermione experiences? And how can she get Snape to discuss it with her, when all he wants to do is avoid her? Rating for last chapter, only.
Tell those moderators to hurry up! I can't wait for the next chapter!
Author's Response: The poor admins are swamped with submissions! Thank you for the encouragement; be sure to let me know what you think of developments!
Summary: The last few years have been pretty much the same for Hermione. It's all work, friends and work for her. Things are about to change though. Ginny has a simple plan to bring a bit more happiness to Hermione's life. But will she ever get the two together with them biting each others head off?
AU since HBP.
Noo! It ended! You can't do that!
*sigh* Oh well, I'll live until you can get the next fabulous chapter out. Keep writing!
Author's Response: No it didn't end. I'm still trying to get over the fact that he betrayed us, but I've decided to keep on writing the way I like it. I guess it's an AU now.
Bravo! Encore! And I mean it! Update soon, Hermione and Snape are such a cute couple....
Author's Response: *Huge smile* Thanks, I will. Also working on something else and thinking about a little sequel to this. It would probably be less fluffy though...
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Yay! I'm first!
Now that that's overwith, I'd like to say some things. Umm, let me find my notes...Ah yes. BRAVO! and NICE JOB! oh and my favorite: ABSOLUTELY SPIFFING!
Author's Response: Thank you! Chapter one should be up within the week.
Summary: Hermione's lost her husband in the Final Battle. At his grave she finds a mysterious letter addressed to her, and it is written by an unknown person- to her at least. She sets out to find what the letter means. She also reminisces about her life with her husband before his death; and a car accident allows her to see things she didn't before...
Yay! I've read a lot od H/Dr fics, but never one in which Draco's dead. Keep up the good work!
Author's Response: Thank you so much, I'm glad you like it! Please keep reading; I litterally just submitted a new chapter, so hopefully its up soon! Thanks for the review **gryffindorgrl**
Summary: Oh how can I lure you to Read and Review?
When this was first penned all its clichés were new.
There’s angst laced with humour and tender enchantment,
The grammar and lexicon serve as enhancement.
And who could object to Snape’s wholesale redemption,
Or thoughts about sex – sufficient temptation?
PRACTICALLY THE OLDEST SNAPE-HERMIONE ON THE NET.
That was a enormous, lovely surprise. I'm naturally dubious of new SS/HG writers, but this...this is wonderful. What language, what verse, what poetry...God, I wish I had your talent. Your prose is nearly lyrical in quality, beautiful to read and magical to behond.
Please post the next part soon, I am dying to hear more.
Author's Response: ooh, what a lovely first review. Thank you! (I\'m a far from \'new\' SS/HG writer - postively decrepit, in fact). Part two is ready to upload, though it will take me an hour or two to sort out the formatting glitches online. (This part kept half-disappearing and doing weird things with the spacing after every time I went in to correct it - it\'s a relief to see it here complete...)
Author's Response: I forgot to add (excuse the plug) that if you like a\'lyrical\' style, you could look at \'To Sever the Lining from a Cloud\', which is also here at Mugglenet. I actually prefer it to the \'Letter\'...
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I'm actually very pleasently surprised. This is a lovely little story where I was expecting regurgitated fluff. I love how you handled it -businesslike and just like Inarra. Beautifully pulled off, no trite or overdone fluff to be scene. I hope to see more of your SS/HG writings!
Author's Response: I\'ve never been accused of \'regurgitated fluff\', abusing cliches and torturing characters, yes... ;-) I\'m very glad you enjoyed it. As for more HG/SS, we\'ll see. I must admit it is one of my favourite pairings.
Summary: Two scenes from the life of Severus Snape.
I love this story! The quote by Oscar Wilde really ties it all in, it centralizes the theme and lends this fic a sense of purpose. I also adore your characterization of Snape --as one of the more difficult characters to keep canon your efforts are spot-on.
In short, this story is beautiful, well-written, and a positive joy to read.
Summary: Multum In Parvo is Latin for: Much in little (small but signifigant).
Bellatrix Lestrange goes on the next great adventure, meeting someone she never expected to see again along the way.
This story took second place in the Autumn Challenge, The Next Great Adventure!
Wonderful. I loved this story so much, and for so many reasons. Your characterizations are spot-on, it takes Bellatrix the whole story to repent, and even Tonks is less than angelic. They exhibit such humanity -in Tonks's fear for Harry, and Bellatrix worry for her Lord...this is very impressive. Five stars!
Author's Response: Oh, thank you so much. When Jo announced that Bellatrix killed Tonks, I was shocked, to be honest. Yes, she\'s a sadistic psychopath, but that was her niece for Salazar\'s sake! I really wanted more info/closure on that, and, so, this story was born. :) Well anyway, thanks again for the nice review!