A love story concerning possessed furniture, black silk pyjamas, courtroom
drama, premonitions of doom, assassination attempts, Death Eater yoga,
absinthe, bare feet and a sensible werewolf. Rated: R for coarse language,
brief drug use, some sexual content, and consideration of issues of sexual
consent. 576K. Completed version added February 2004. Scene
4 Author's Commentary. Scene
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19 Author's Commentary.
for their discord
Being a set of lost scenes from Tissue of Silver, covering the events
between the last scene and the last letter. Rated: NC-17 for coarse language
and one graphic sex scene. 86K. May 2003.
A pair of short Silververse character studies. Set sometime between
Tissue of Silver and "Seeing the Light". Rated: G. 7K. April
Sequel to Tissue of Silver. Hermione's engagement party proves chaotic
as Harry and Draco argue, the Weasley twins test unorthodox advertising,
Severus gets hammered, and nearly everyone tries to set Harry up on a
date. Rated: PG-13 for coarse language. 141K. April 2003.
Being a continuation of Seeing the Light. Malfoy Manor in the small hours
of the morning, and the aftermath of Harry and Draco's argument. Rated:
NC-17 for coarse language, graphic sex, light bondage, mild consent issues.
Pretty much PWP. 17K. April 2003. Read
the author's commentary version here.
An alternative ending to Seeing the Light. Very dark. It's a good thing
this isn't Silververse canon or I'd have to cry. Rated: PG-13 for coarse
language and implied violence. 12K. April 2003.
Written in response to Phineas Jones' challenge to write a story based
on a poem by e. e. cummings. I've attempted to use some form of each word
in the poem in the story. Severus is remade. Rated: PG-13 for pretention,
sexual situations and blatant abuse of poetry. 5K. September 2003.
A year or so after "Seeing The Light", Severus remembers what prompted
him to name Draco his official heir. Rated: R for graphic depictions of
the aftermath of violence and angst. 27K. July 2003.
Three years after Seeing the Light, Harry explores the limits of his self-control.
Rated: NC-17 for coarse language, graphic and threesome sex, light bondage,
and (magical) drug use. 37K. August 2003.