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Surely it's more important to compose good stories than bios? But for the sake of people who may be interested in my slightly irregular little life, here is a collection of sentences for perusal at your leisure.

I eat reviews. If you want me to live, please keep writing them ;)

Every good bio must have vital statistics right? Well...
Female, 19 years of age, black hair with weirdo red bits, green eyes, strangely small features, or so my friends tell me. Clean and de-liced. Looks particularly alluring in three quarter length trousers.

I'll take this line to thank Hogwartsduchess for being the awesomest beta ever.

Not sure what to do with this line, maybe leave it alone.

This line however, is a different matter. I'd like to implore everyone to listen to a combination of 'Massive Attack', 'Thrice', and 'Coheed and Cambria' as they get the creative juices flowing.

Current work in progress is 'The Final Cut.'

Try it, or you'll just never know...

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Stories by Subtledagger

Daylight by Subtledagger

Rated: Professors • 13 Reviews
Summary: It was his one chance at redemption, his last opportunity to see the daylight in the darkness that he felt abandoned in.

Set in the fifth year at Hogwarts, Draco finds someone who he can share his deepest insecurities with; the unfortunate, untalented, Neville Longbottom. In the potions lessons that Harry wanted to forget, Draco starts to believe that he might not be fated to a life as an irredeemable Death Eater. But hope comes at a price, and when it is gone, the fall often leaves you thinking you will never see daylight again.

Angry Black Words by Subtledagger

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 3 Reviews
Summary: ‘The scene plays in my mind, the same everyday;
these angry black words that I simply can’t say.’

Draco tries to come to terms with his role in the death of Dumbledore. With no one to talk to and no one to comfort him, he can at least purge himself of his guilt and fear even if no one else will ever read it…