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A lady writer living in Northeast US with her wife and two familiars; Addie (dog) and Lyra (cat) who somehow miraculously get along. She owns too many books, and yet never enough bookshelves.

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1. The Owl's Daughter

By manikaitwing
Rating
12+
Chapters
1
Reviews
4
Views
406





While serving a detention for Filch, Draco discovers something that Potter doesn't know about and can't wait to rub his nose in it. What he doesn't expect to discover is the fact that he and Harry share a similiar grief. Post-DH era.
Words
2,084
Characters
Harry, Draco, OtherCanon
Primary Relationship
Secondary Relationship(s)
Genre(s)
Fluff, Humor, AU
Era
Hogwarts
Advisory
Mild Language
Status
Completed
First Published
2010-01-07 6:07pm
Last Chapter
2010-01-31 4:03pm
Last Updated
2010-01-31 4:03pm

2. Where the Wolfsbane Blooms

By manikaitwing
Rating
12+
Chapters
1
Reviews
2
Views
380



A young Slytherin sets out for the Forbidden Forest to help Professor Longbottom repair the damage done to the school garden and finds more than he bargained for awaiting him in the woods.
 
Words
5,445
Characters
Neville, Draco, Scorpius, OtherCanon
Primary Relationship
Secondary Relationship(s)
Genre(s)
General, Horror/Dark, Action/Adventure
Era
Next Generation
Advisory
No Warnings
Status
Completed
First Published
2009-03-27 1:28pm
Last Chapter
2009-04-03 1:35pm
Last Updated
2009-04-03 1:35pm

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