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Christmas Eve brings candles, guilt and memories for Severus Snape.
I'd never have guessed you liked the candles. ;o)
And you know I'm still flattered that you think I can handle Severus, given how much how you write him shaped my fandom view of him in the first place.
Beginning at the Battle of Hogwarts, this story follows George as he comes to terms with Fred's death while making his own life with a few surprises on the way.
Thank you. I really like that Rhiannon has her own family and personality, and really wanted to highlight her cultural differences within the wizarding community. I should mention that I've had a great deal of help correcting my Welsh mistakes from peredur_glyn on LJ, who slipped in to fix my poor grammar and usage.
I'm glad you're enjoying this story.
The twins are once again in detention, thanks to Serena Stillwater, a Ravenclaw who thinks she is above reproach. When the three of them get a detention in potions class, the punishment takes place deep in the dungeons. Everyones attitude changes when Serena is attacked and the twins save her. She lets them know just how grateful she is for their help.
One Wizard in hiding unable to reveal himself, three Muggle children lost in the Black Forest, and several creatures trying to attack all four equals one fast paced adventure.
thanks sandy, how do I link them? I added it to the summary
Theresa McGonagall returns from twelve years of self-imposed exile to find that nothing has changed: the Ministry still suspects her, Minerva still blames her, and Severus still wants more than she’s willing to give. Then Sirius Black breaks out of Azkaban, and even the Boy Who Lived may not be able to rescue her from the mistakes of her past.
Written for the One-Hour Challenge, this short story follows Samwise Gamgee as he says farewell to Frodo at the Grey Havens.
Thank you so much, Sandy! I really did think hard about word selection, I'm glad it (mostly) worked. And I'm so glad you liked the Old Walking Song as well! Thanks for reading this and leaving such a nice review - see you around the new site! ~Gina :)