Author has written 1 story for Harry Potter.
I first learnt about the Harry Potter books when one of my belly dance students told me that her children were mad about those books where a little boy hates the holidays and loves to go to school because it's a wizarding school. As a true witch, I started reading those books, and was instantly hooked.
An author who is able to capture children and adults alike is a genius.
When Snape 'killed' Dumbledore, I joined HPANA, and found a 'gang' of friends, who also trusted Snape, believed in his loyalty, and defended him. We had a special thread, and created a whole wonderful Snapish world where we had fun, parties, and discussions. The friendship with some of them has lasted until today, some of us even met in real life, and these were wonderful experiences.
My story in here, however, has nothing to do with Snape (even though he might be mentioned once).
I suppose that in comparison to most users in here I am rather old, and, being a mystery fan, I've written a story for adults, and hope you enjoy it. I have always been fascinated with the Department of Mysteries, and the existential issues (like love, reason, death, and afterlife) that are examined in the bowels of the Ministry of Magic.
My story is completely in canon (or intended to be so, please feel free to comment on any flaws you might find), and set in the time of 'Prisoner of Azkaban', and 'Goblet of Fire'. There are mainly OCs, but you'll meet a lot of characters you know from the Harry Potter books.
I'm also grateful for hints and help regarding grammar and syntax, as I'm not a mother tongue speaker.
I'd like to thank all those who nominated my story for the award below, and who finally even voted for me (since I don't know who they were) - I don't know what this award means, or who organises it, but I felt nevertheless honoured.