I am a starving music student who spends more time with her piano than she does anything else.
Many of my stories overlap into each other, so here is a quick guideline as to what to read and in what order.
A Part of Me is a standalone poem, and currently the only poetry on my author’s page.
Crashing Down Around Me exists in its own universe. While I am rather proud of this fic and would love for you to take the time to read it, it contains a cousin pairing, as it was written with my friend in mind, who invented the pairing.
Crush is a chaptered prequel to my story Fly. Crush is chaptered and will be slowly updated. As such, you do not need to read the one to understand the other. They exist in the same universe and are more like companion pieces in this Next-Gen universe.
What the Stories Say and Happy New Year, Darling exist in the same universe. What the Stories Say is the first in this duo, though you do not really have to read it in order to enjoy Happy New Year, Darling, it simply makes certain aspects of it easier to understand.
Lucky and Tongue-Tied together create a full story of Lily and Scorpius’ lives. It is probably best to read Tongue-Tied first, though both could be read alone or even in the opposite order.
Rebound is a single story written for ToBeOrNotToBeAGryffindor for her birthday.
Realisation was my first fic and was written for a fic exchange for FawkesToTheRescue. It stands alone.
I’m Moving On is more of a introspective character study than anything else. Someday, I hope to complete it.
Unspoken, Lost in the Stars, and Casts all exist in what I call the Andrew universe. The complete story of Andrew is yet to be told, but these three in themselves create a small story arc. Unspoken and Lost in the Stars could be read alone, but Casts will make no sense without reading the other two.
Today is Victory Day is a fic in itself. It started off as a drabble and grew to be so much more. In the last few months, it has become the pride of my author’s page, and I would love if you took the time to read this one.
Summary: Lily and Albus have always been close. When Albus is away playing with dragons and she-demons and Lily dealing with her own problems with Shady Scamanders and her favourite Teddy, the two communicate by the only way they can - letters.
Summary: There are some things I didn't ever want to think about. My best friend dating my brother was one of them.
This is Maple_and_PheonixFeather writing for the 2013 Great Hall Cotillion.
Summary: You promised yourself you'd never hurt her, but there are times when you wonder if, by protecting her, you are just breaking her.
Summary: Sometimes, you just need a good wake up call to tell you that something is unhealthy. This is the story of how Louis manages to convince Lily that what she is doing isn't good for her.
Summary: There are some things that exist without ever having been spoken out loud. Those things that you do or don't do because you know it's right or wrong. You’d think that sleeping with your cousin’s ex-boyfriend a week after they broke up would be one of those things.
I’ve learned better.
Summary: It was the New Year's Eve party, and after last year, I didn't really want to have to talk to either Rose or Andrew. But there was no way to avoid it.
This is a sequel to Unspoken and Lost In the Stars. It is highly recommended that you read those stories first.
Summary: I was never one to be at a loss for words. But in my fifth year, all of that changed when I began to spend more time with Scorpius Malfoy. This is the story of how I, Lily, began to fall apart over Scorpius.
Summary: Late at night, Lily reflects on how lucky she really is.
Summary: There are many types of secrets. Some you keep for others, some you keep for yourself, and others you keep to avoid them.
When it came to feelings, I, Lily, was the greatest keeper of secrets.
Summary: A month ago, if you had asked me if a boy and a girl could ever be best friends without it becoming complicated, I would have told you yes right away, no questions asked. I’m not sure if I believe that anymore.
This is the story of my greatest regret. The story of how I, Lily, lost my best friend.
Summary: My sixth year is not something I'm particularly proud of. Maybe it was the fact that I had never had a boyfriend or maybe it was simply a stupid teenage fantasy. All I know is that I, Lily, was falling for my best friend's dad, and it was not something I was ready to handle.
Summary: ”For the next hour, I say that for every regret we have from this war, we take a shot. Then, we let them go, and we never mention them again.”
On the eve to the first new year after Voldemort’s death, Oliver Wood finds himself suffocating in emotions he just can’t place
Summary: Lily has always been one to chase the wrong person, so what happens when a new Quidditch coach comes along?
Summary: For three years, Oliver Wood was an important part of Hermione’s life. He had been there through all the fights, the tears, and the seemingly endless piles of homework. He was her constant when all else fell through.
And now he is leaving.
But how do you say goodbye to the boy who told you what to expect in terms of school and exams, who made your third year bearable, memorable even? Nominated for the 2012 Non-Canon Romance QSQ Award.
Celestina Warbeck takes the stage once again, this time with the world premiere of a Christmas album. This jolly, heartfelt volume will bring the joy of the holiday season to any and all of the listeners of the Wizarding Wireless Network!
This album is a compilation of both the Great Hall's Great Hall-iday Bonus Challenge and Poetry Anyone's December Carol Challenge. Enjoy!
Summary: Victory Day. A day of celebration and remembrance . For Lily, it is also a day of confusion and sadness. She wants to understand in a world that knows no terror. This year, she'll discover exactly what Victory Day means to her.
Winner of the 2012 Next-Gen QSQ Award
Summary: He had felt his heart break again, felt it shatter into a million pieces. Pieces that could never be put back together, a heart that would never love again.
Pain. Regret. Disappointments in love, the burden of mistake. A shattered heart, and a life given to reprimend that mistake.
It's been nineteen years since it all ended, and all he can think about is his mistakes, how he has gotten here, and the inability to let it go, and to move on completely.
Summary: Everything he did, he did for her.
Summary: She was suffering from the change in a relationship, he from a broken heart. In a moment of weakness, with the pangs of lonliness, the two find their relationship take a turn from friendship into something with the potential for more.
Summary: In the midst of the falling snow and and bleak starry night, Hermione ponders Dumbledore's mission, Ron, and her heart. There's something lurking in the back of her mind, and it's high time she faced it.