therealsnape: (Muriel)
Title: A Prewett Always Pays Her Debts
Author: [ profile] therealsnape
Characters: Muriel Prewett, assorted others
Word Count: 4300
Rating: PG-13
Summary: Muriel Prewett never bets; she doesn’t know what came over her. The long and short of it is: she lost, and now she’s in trouble. But as Molly says, “A trouble shared is a trouble halved.”
Author's Notes: Many thanks to my wonderful beta, [ profile] kellychambliss, whose insightful comments did so much to improve this story. It was originally written for HP football bets, so I may as well thank the Japanese team, without whose victory this story would never have been written.

A Prewett Always Pays Her Debts )
therealsnape: (Muriel)
Title: The Land of Memory
Pairing: Muriel / Albus
Rating: PG-13 for adult themes. And any person under 13 who wants to read a fic about two dysfunctional centenarians might need some Parental Guidance to avoid ickle!Muriel’s mistakes.
Prompt: After the debacle with Gellert, Albus tries to walk the straight and narrow. Set in a 1920’s seaside resort.
Warnings: None.
Summary: After the debacle with Gellert, Albus tries to walk the straight and narrow. Sums it up, really.
Author's Notes: Because of [ profile] kellychambliss's marvellous encouragement, hand-holding, and extensive comments this story isn't as dysfunctional as the characters. Written for the marvellous little [ profile] dysfuncentine fest, organised by [ profile] featherxquill. If you haven't seen all the entries, check them out. There are truly great stories there, too.

The Land of Memory )
therealsnape: (Muriel)
Title: A Time and a Place
Pairing/Character(s): Muriel Weasley/Minerva
Rating: NC-17
Contains: bondage
Word count:6500
Summary:You-Know-Who is gone, the Baby-Who-Lives is with his foster parents, the wizarding world celebrates. And being “second-in-command” has never been more stressful for Minerva than right now. Then Muriel comes with a suggestion that seems to offer all the delights of control ...
Author notes: Many thanks to [ profile] tetleythesecond whose detailed beta improved this tale immeasurably.

A Time and a Place )
therealsnape: (Muriel)
This week [ profile] kellychambliss posted her delightful story Five Creatures That Luna Believes In That Hermione Doesn't

It’s a wonderful essay on Magical Creatures and Their Effects on People, as well as a great characterisation of perceptive Luna and surprising Vincent. It also offers some Hogwarts students’ ideas on what Hooch gets up to in her spare time, and there’s a McGonagall/Vectra to die for.

In short, hop over and read it.

And when you’ve done that, you’ll agree with me that the only point of concrit one might offer is that we are tantalized by the following bit:

Or at least, Luna assumed it was a verret. She couldn't quite see it, but she thought she caught a whiff of its tell-tale sweet scent, the one that worked as a vapourous form of Veritaserum, but that affected behaviour instead of words. It caused people to act on their deepest desires, which was why Luna felt that it was a good thing verrets were so rare. Often it was better to keep one's deepest desires private. Her father had once told her an interesting tale about the time a verret sat under the chair of Ron Weasley's Auntie Muriel. . .

And then Kelly doesn’t give us the tale. Instead, we get a teenage snogfest. Here's my version of what happened:

Something Borrowed, Something Blue )


therealsnape: (Default)

September 2017



RSS Atom

Most Popular Tags

Style Credit

Expand Cut Tags

No cut tags
Page generated Sep. 26th, 2017 02:17 pm
Powered by Dreamwidth Studios