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Posts Tagged: 'ship:+hp:+severus/regulus'

Dec. 31st, 2009

Fic year in review 2009

fic stats for the year )

fic meme questions )

Wrote two fest fics this season, if people are interested in guessing, and I would be willing to write fics for winners if they are guessed:
One for [info]daily_deviant's Kinky Kristmas.
And one for Camelot Solstice.

And while I'm at it, happy new year everyone! :)

Jun. 21st, 2009

Mixed HP Drabbles

[info]accioslash - Snape/Harry or Snape/Regulus, prompt: friends and lovers.
I don’t do Snarry, so here’s a bit of Sev/Reg for you. PG.
254 Words


Something to Look Forward to )


[info]ceria:
Insanity destroys reason, but not wit.
~ Nathaniel Emmons
HP - Probably Rab. Preferably him justifying his actions concerning the Longbottoms with some Auror. Moody or anyone you like.
A touch of preslash here, if you tilt your head. :D
PG13 – 244 Words


Interviewing the Fallen )


[info]enchanted_jae: H/D, with a prompt of "truffles".
PG13 190 words


Lessons in Delicacies )

Jan. 12th, 2009

Fic: Thinking Makes It So - Severus/Regulus, R

Title: Thinking Makes It So
Author: [info]elfflame
Characters: Severus/Regulus
Rating: Hard R
Warnings: None, really. A bit of M/M sex, if that counts.
Word Count: 10,251
Summary: Severus never expected to find someone he knew when he started his new life working in a Muggle university.
Author's notes: Written for [info]nimrod_9 for [info]snapelyholidays this year, who had a lot of interesting ideas. I went with Severus/Regulus, and both “A holiday get-together” and “Happily ever after isn’t always easy.” Huge thank yous to both my betas, [info]ceria and [info]wolfish_cat. The title comes, of course, from Shakespeare’s Hamlet.


When it comes to change, there are three seasons of timing: People change when they hurt enough that they have to, when they learn enough that they want to, and when they receive enough that they are able to. -John Maxwell )