+ Rarepair Fan
+ AU Writer
With Deathly Hallows over and the spoiler ban lifted Iím looking at my fic with an eye towards bringing them into compliance with the new canon. With that in mind Iíve gone through and marked the hopeless ones with a ĎDH Disregardedí warning.
Thatís left me with two stories.
Textures of Darkness will continue. Itís fully canon compliant, and Iíve tentatively planned a sequel set in Hogwarts during Deathly Hallows.
A Wolf That One Hears is currently on hold, but I have every intention of continuing it when I can update more regularly.
Summary: They say the world isnít black and white- that thereís shades of grey. My world doesnít have shades of grey. Thereís no light for me. My world is a world of darkness, and itís merely the texture that changes.
. . .
So Iíll write from my darkness-- inky wet words upon a pale parchment. Iíll write the ugly and brutal truth. Iíll write about hope with no goal. And the magic will take you back. Back to my memories.
Welcome to my world.
Summary: An August thunderstorm, a quiet evening at home in the midst of war, a bedraggled feline - the things that keep Harry sane.
Summary: Tom Riddle has found the person with the true key to immortality, but she holds the bitterness of long years forgotten. Written by Masked One of Slytherin for the Myth and Magic category of the New Years Challenge.
Summary: Many find Hogwarts a place of refuge, in peace as well as in war.
Summary: Hogwarts - and itís Headmistress - are suffering the effects of the war.
Masked Oneís Slytherin entry to the Winter Miracle challenge.
Summary: Whether a magic is Dark or Light often depends on the circumstance.
Masked Oneís Slytherin entry for the Things That Go Bump In The Night challenge.
Summary: A wolf is always a wolf. Sometimes, he might take the guise of a man and walk among them. He might learn their language, understand their rules, but he will never join them. Remus knows that - raised by the Pack he couldnít forget it - but when the chance arises might he speak in the ears of men? Might he be the wolf that bridges an ancient gap: the wolf that one hears?
Summary: The little house with the garden is a happy place to be, despite all of itís oddities. But itís a house that takes a certain outlook on life, and not everyone fits. Harry and Luna are interviewing babysitters for their son. Warning for utterly silly fluff with some more serious undertones.