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I am an inspring writer. I am also a peformer (actress/singer/dancer) and enjoy the thrill of it. I hope to be famous on Broadway one day, so watch out for me.
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Across the Anvil by Subversa
Rated: 6th-7th Years [Reviews - 46]

Summary: They shared a secret past and meet again in Gretna Green for a wedding.

Categories: Hermione/Snape Genre: Warnings: Alternate Universe, Book 7 Disregarded, Sexual Situations

Word count: 23337 Chapters: 7 Completed: Yes
03/21/08 Updated: 04/14/08

Reviewer: adora Signed
Date: 04/05/09 Title: Chapter 1: Chapter 1

I am a huge fan of the SS/HG ship, and I must say this is the best fanfic I have read about them by far! You have such a talent, nad you use it so well.

The way you incorporated Hannah made made laugh so hard, and I automatically understood who Abby was.

Great work! This is the first fanfic I have read on here, so I definitely am incouraged to read more, ha.


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