Author has written 79 stories for Harry Potter.
“I know what I seek to do is unnatural, but so great is my rage that my reason is overcome.”
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The contract between writers and readers is a partnership. As a reader, you suspend disbelief and show understanding that my writing is not perfect. As a writer, I strive to make constant improvement and give you my best efforts, including the courtesy of being artistically
Part of artistic honesty is challenging oneself and pushing barriers. In pursuit of that, many of the stories contain content which is, frankly,
Additionally, many of the stories include elements, either stated or implied, of sado-masochism (BDSM) and intense moral ambiguity. I am always happy to discuss these issues in a calm, respectful and adult manner, ideally by PM.
I rely on the reader to make the judgment as to whether my work is appropriate for them. That includes concerns relating to personal
In other words, if something I write is offensive to you on some moral or philosophical level, while I regret you have wasted your time, I am under no imperative to alter it in any way, and take an extremely dim view of those who can't accept that.
The Silence verse is centred around a Dominance and submission relationship between Draco and Hermione, with graphic depictions of
A Delightful Diversion/The Age of Voldemort takes place in a timeline where the Death Eaters win the war. The themes and situations are
What we Gain, What We Lose is a veela fic with mature, troubling themes, dubious consent at varying points, and sexual behaviour.
The Punishment Should Fit the Crime is a Snape mentors Harry fic. It does contain CP, but the CP is less explicit than my other works. In
Finally, thank you all for giving your time. Your insight and encouragement means a lot. Please feel free to contact me any time to
For those of you wondering why the Veela story hasn't updated lately: I need to deal with some RL issues that relate to the story. You've all been very patient, but in the interests of the story, let me work through this and come back better prepared to confront these things in a fictional context.
Silence-Verse: "There is no power, short of Divine Mercy, to disclose, by type or emblem, the secrets buried in the human heart. The heart must hold them, until the day when all is to be revealed, and, I conceive, the hearts holding such secrets will yield them up, not with grief, but with Joy unutterable."(Nathaniel Hawthorn)
Favor me with Silence
Questions Asked and Answers Given
Flowers and Dust
Inner Workings of Death Eaters
A Time to Speak
A Delightful Diversion " What is left when Honor is lost?" (Publilius Syrus)
The Age of Voldemort "There are always survivors at massacres. The victors, if no one else." (Lois McMasters Bujold)