Newsletter Winter 2018

Working on my plot for the April Harry Potter challenge. I’m on the fence, still, about a WIP or a new story for the challenge but I’ll figure it out by the sign-ups. Hope everyone is having a great month and that the year hasn’t sucked ass so far. New…

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The Legacy – Chapters 6-10

Title: The Legacy
Fandom: Harry Potter
Pairings: James Potter/Lily Potter, Sirius Black/OFC, Frank Longbottom/Alice Longbottom
Rating: R (violence, language, adult themes)
Word Count: 61,067
Summary: James Potter took his family into hiding abroad when the prophecy was revealed. Hidden for nearly seven years, the Potters come home when it’s announced that Tom Riddle has been captured. Their return brings changes to magical Britain that no one is prepared for.

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The Legacy – Chapters 1-5

Title: The Legacy
Fandom: Harry Potter
Pairings: James Potter/Lily Potter, Sirius Black/OFC, Frank Longbottom/Alice Longbottom
Rating: R (violence, language, adult themes)
Word Count: 61,067
Summary: James Potter took his family into hiding abroad when the prophecy was revealed. Hidden for nearly seven years, the Potters come home when it’s announced that Tom Riddle has been captured. Their return brings changes to magical Britain that no one is prepared for.

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Revenant

Author: Keira Marcos
Fandom: Stargate: Atlantis
Pairing: McKay/Sheppard
Rating: NC-17
Warnings: Explicit sexual content, canon level violence, minor character deaths, brief mention of torture
Summary: The Revenant—eternal spirits—have merged with the people of earth for thousands of years. To some, the joining of two souls is an honor, and to others, it is a nightmare. The enduring existance of the Revenant is Earth’s most guarded secret and her best weapon against any species that would wish to conquer her. Gais Marius is one of the oldest Revenants to continue to seek a physical existence. Things take a dangerous turn in Pegasus when he is forced to seek a new anchor.

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Newsletter Fall 2017

Monthly newsletters were starting to feel like a burden which is silly so I’m switching to a quarterly format because I like doing the update part but the content seemed sparse on a monthly basis.

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