Penname: pdrsj56 [Contact]
Real name: pat
Member Since: 12/23/06
Website: http://grammypat.livejournal.com/profile
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I'm a novice fanfic writer although have written/published several Psychiatric Nursing related articles and related items.

Some of my intrests include: Nursing, Psychology, Education, Needle work, Reading, Music, Parenting

For Escapism: DVD's (Sean Connery) and Romance Novels (Nora Roberts)
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Stories by pdrsj56

Summary: Summary: A founders pairing story written from Rowena’s perspective as she reflects on the initial 30 years of the school’s operation. At this time, Rowena remains the Headmistress of Ravenclaw but is considering the possibility of retiring. The story utilizes a memory flashback technique to bridge time sequences between the present and the early years, a time of passionate intimacy, between her and Salazar.

Categories: Other Pairing Genre: Warnings: Sexual Situations, Violence

Word count: 3720 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
02/18/07 Updated: 02/18/07


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