I write as often as I can, which isn't as often as I would like. I do it for fun, but that doesn't mean I'm not serious about it - if you spot anything I could improve, please let me know and I'll try to do better the next time. Constructive criticisim is most welcome.
It's no secret that magical libraries can be strange, even dangerous places. When the Hogwarts library starts behaving even more oddly than usual, Hermione Granger, curse breaker and book aficionado extraordinaire, is just the woman for the job. But why does she keep running into Snape at every turn?
"I shall not participate in any Christmas celebrations this year whatsoever. I refuse to spend one more evening surrounded by tinsel, tasteless ornaments or meaningless expressions of goodwill. From now on, I intend to observe pagan holidays – you and the students can have Christmas, Easter and the rest of it to yourselves."
Severus opts out of Christmas. It does not go as planned.
Every student knows that Hogwarts has a mind of its own. They probably wouldn't sleep at night if they knew what the castle really wants… When a number of students disappear without a trace, Minerva realises how little she knows about what goes on at Hogwarts.
The war never stopped; it merely paused for breath when Voldemort died. Draco never thought he'd see thirty, never mind survive the war. Most of the time, he wonders why he even bothered. Then he remembers Hermione soaring in the air on a broom, racing against her own shadow in the moonlight. There are some things even Death cannot touch.