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Choosing A Subject
His mind was made up before he even knew it; it was the perfect opportunity to strike, now that her engagement to Weasley had been announced. Satisfied that he had done a day’s work, he put his feet up on the desk and started doing the paper’s crossword.
Thinking Up A Breadline
‘Well, Mr Malfoy has yet to decide which department should have the full advantage of his programme, and he suggested that a member of my staff - you in particular, Miss Granger, actually - should take a week to truly prove that we are the most deserving.’ It was apparent in her tone of voice that she thought Hermione was lucky. ‘Isn’t that right, Mr Malfoy?’
Sharpening A Pencil
For Granger was a woman now, he had noticed that. He had not seen it right away, it had been a gradual discovery as she chatted away about the boring features of her stupid department. She had a figure, she wore heels, she was good at her job. Know-it-all Hermione had vanished and this transformed, oddly fierce Miss Granger had taken her place. Not that he could ever find her attractive, for he knew all her faults and they by far outshadowed her few good qualities - but he could see why men would be drawn to her.
The First Paragraph
It was strange to talk like this to her, Draco reflected, as he gulped his drink. The words he were speaking had some truth in them; she was not the only one traumatized by the War. But then, he was not writing an article about himself.
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