Writing is a socially acceptable form of schizophrenia. ~E.L. Doctorow
I first started writing as an escape from real life. It's turned into my entire life and I'm writing all the time. When I'm not writing I'm thinking of a scene. I'm easy going, but many people call me a bitch. (Simply, because I don't take crap and I can hold my own argument.) I love horses, and have been ridin' since I was little. I have a Southern accent, but it's a 'soft' accent.
I never knew a thing about fan fiction until a friend introduced it to me. I was so shocked that this kind of stuff existed, and so intrigued. I became more interested than she; in the end read it more than she. I love Severus/Hermione fics. Although, I’m an original Harry/Draco shipper. I always thought from the beginning their was something ‘just not right’ about their story. After all opposites attract. ;)
I have my stories here, Skyehawke, and Ashwinder.
If I don't update within a week send me an e-mail, it could be my health playin' up. I'll never abandon a story. That's about it.
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Stories by sara_jacqueline
|Boisson de Vie [MA (NC-17)] by sara_jacqueline
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Category: HARRY POTTER FANFICTION > Potions Under Duress
Category: HARRY POTTER FANFICTION > Forbidden Forest
Characters: Draco Malfoy, Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, Minerva McGonagall, Narcissa Malfoy, Original Character, Ronald Weasley, Severus Snape
Genres: Angst, Drama, Epilogue, What, Epilogue?, General, Humor, Parody, post-DH/DH, compliant, Romance, Slash Warnings: **DH, SPOILERS**, Explicit, Sexual, Content, Male, Pregnancy, Slash, Lite, (not, explicit)
Summary: Fighter. Hermione Granger has always been one. Now as her will and life wanes she will need the help of an old professor to keep her alive. Yet, everything comes down to a price. His price may just a bit steeper than others. Does she still have enough to fight in her to survive?|
Chapters: 2 Completed: Abandoned Published: 2008/03/25 Updated: 2008/04/30 Word Count: 5427