January 12th, 2019

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Throwing Salt (PG; Severus, others; 3000 words)

Title: Throwing Salt
Author: [info]iulia_linnea
Characters: Severus Snape, Original characters, original house-elves, Miriam Strout, Poppy Pomfrey
Rating: PG
Word Count: 3000
Summary: Severus is not as alone as he thinks he is, no matter how lonely he may be.
Disclaimer: This work of fan fiction is based on characters and situations created by J. K. Rowling and owned by J. K. Rowling and various publishers, including but not limited to Bloomsbury Books, Scholastic Books, Raincoast Books, and Warner Bros., Inc. No money is being made from (and no copyright or trademark infringement is intended by) the posting of this fan work.
Author's Note: Thank you, Shog, for beta'ing.

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Yearly Wrap-Up: 2018 (6205 words)

In all the excitement of preparing for snapecase, I forgot to post my yearly wrap-up of 2018. Here you go!


A Dreadful Error (G; Severus Snape, original goblin character; 2411 words): Clerk-of-All-Work Grapplegore and Headmaster Snape are both having dreadful days—and they just keep coming.


Witches Love Poetry (PG-13; Severus/Hermione, others; 2027 words): Witches love poetry, but upon occasion, doggerel will do.

A Sobering Moment (PG; Severus, Eileen; 100 words)

Closing Time (G; Hermione, Severus; 100 words)

Rude Company (G; Severus, an unexpected guest; 100 words)

Sleeping Bastard (PG; Severus, Hermione, original hag; 832 words): Hermione finds Severus having a bit of fairytale trouble.


Family Portrait (G; Harry and his family; 636 words): Everything's already all right; Harry just needs a moment to recognise that happy fact.

Here's hoping I've more fandom writing time in 2019!
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Poll results . . . and snow!

To the majority of the people who took the Severus at Breakfast poll, Severus drinks black tea in the morning and takes a sparing meal—and he's a morning person only insofar as he gets more done in the morning than most people do all day. Works for me—I wonder what he's getting done in the morning?

Aaand it's snowing! I saw seven plows yesterday, so I figured it was coming. Here's hoping it's not such a bad storm. Stay warm, everyone!