sporadic writer with zero consistency | i specialise in writing overachieving queer young adults and correcting JKR's terrible takes on wizarding history
Dominique Weasley is a historian hired by Beauxbatons Academy of Magic to research the school's history for its upcoming 800th anniversary celebrations. Along the way, she accidentally uncovers one of Western Europe's best-kept secrets: the truth about the foundation of Hogwarts.
the war may have ended decades ago, but the ideology never died.
the story of an endnote in the history of the Second Wizarding War.
final instalment of the Fred Weasley Memorial Scholarship 'verse
how do you pick up the pieces when someone falls off the pedestal you've built for them?
for dreamgazer220's say goodbye challenge
Five thousand Galleons. Five formerly law-abiding, studious Ravenclaws. One year to leave a legacy like no other.
hpff dobby winner 2014: best novel | ravenclaw story of the month: august 2014 | slytherin story of the month: may 2015
Ginny always smelled of peppermint.
ginny/luna | for the holday and diversity writing challenge
Sirius Black survives the war. Remus Lupin does not.
for poppunkpadfoot's sirius black is gay challenge
albus was the first.
albus/scorpius | part of the tfwms-verse
In August 1914, the International Confederation of Wizards made the unanimous decision to ban magical involvement in Muggle wars.
But, as any idealistic student will tell you, some rules are made to be broken.
for nott theodore's historical headcanons challenge
Allegra Cordelia Pemberton is totally in love with Albus Potter, and it's totally the worst thing.
for BellaLestrange87's Parody Challenge
Pardon my frankness, sirs, but Haversham Westley's School for Boys is where the principles of magical education go to die.
a story of innovation, impropriety, and coming of age (better late than never)
if i were a girl, what would my name be?
In the year 1313, a young wizard's efforts to record the history of his people ends in death. Seven hundred and sixteen years later, it is read for the first time.
hamartia (αμαρτία) - a fatal flaw || (a morbid longing for the picturesque at all costs)
Many talk of the teenagers who were forced into the ranks of the Death Eaters during the Second Wizarding War. None talk of those who went willingly.
Inspired by Donna Tartt's The Secret History