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News: Blaise 7 is up.
And a new story is in queue, a one-shot that was actually written a long time ago. Tell me what you think of it.
Summary: Darkness lurks in the future of Hogwarts as an evil wizard, bearing a name and a title he has given himself, terrifies witches and wizards eveywhere and threatens the security of the entire wizarding world.
One night in late spring, a young boy, only a first-year, sits before his headmaster's desk. The walls are covered in portraits of sleeping former headmasters, and mysterious, delicate devices cover the surfaces around the office. But the headmaster's eyes are green, and the boy is not who you think.
Summary: Blaise is misunderstood by most, and Hogwarts is his only regular home. Not that being a Slytherin is easy. His mother won't tell him what he wants to know. And worse, her penchant for rich husbands- many of them- puts him in the public eye far more than he'd like. Does anyone know who his father is? And why are all these Death Eaters on his case? Can't they just leave him alone already? Blaise isn't going to ask again, so pay attention, Dark Lord!
Follow him through the major complications of his life as he gets nearer to finding out a dark secret he never could have imagined.
Thanks go to Dara for being an awesome beta! Chapter 7 now up!
Summary: Hermione has just gotten home after her fifth year at Hogwarts. Her parents give her an ultimatum, but a mysterious phone call changes everything. Events seem to conspire against Hermione finding out what she needs to do. Then Hermione is thrown into a series of dangerous events, needing every ounce of her Gryffindor bravery as well as her cleverness, to deal with Death Eaters, kidnappings, and worse, and to come up with the solution that is being so desperately sought. Hermione's summer is turning out quite differently than she ever dreamed.
A/N: This story may not follow HBP, although as of Chapter 6, it still does. Chapter 6 is now up. Hooray! And I would like to bring to your attention a most marvellous feature of this excellent web site known as reviews...
Summary: Have you ever read Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, by Newt Scamander? If you have, you just might remember a small paragraph under Erklings, where we learned of a young boy named Bruno Schmidt. No longer relegated merely to a glancing mention, this is his story.