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Luca Torelli has been living in rural England her entire life. Until the full moon of June 1998. That was when everything changed.
Luca now lives in a small Greenwich apartment in New York City with her uncle Amos, above a New Age magic shop. Only, the shop is merely a front for Muggles such as herself, to disguise the real business her uncle has with the Wizarding Community. A world in which Luca isn't sure she truly belongs.
On top of all this, the next full moon is approaching. And fast.
- Part 1 of Stick Stone and Bone
15 Mar 2017
Bruce was eight-years-old when his life fell apart. A green light and a strangled curse and a man in strange, navy dress—and then they were dead.
(Batman/HP-verse fusion with a dash of Camelot legend added to the mix: Bruce is King Arthur, the Justice League is his round table, and Dick is the most important person in his life. Together, they save the world.)
He remembered an odd hairstyle, dark eyes and sharp cheeks and a few days worth of stubble and the feeling of lips pressed to his own and-
He remembered a name.
"Percival Graves," Daniel said it out loud, trying to cement it into his reality. "I am going to find out who you are, Percival Graves. Just you watch me."
- Part 3 of All Your Tragedies
Fandoms: Harry Potter - J. K. Rowling
05 May 2020
The Charms and Customs series, (Jersey Devil Publishing, 2010-2019), hopes to facilitate a new era of cooperation among wizards and nonwizards alike by providing a basic introduction to wizarding culture for newcomers, as well as provide foreign wizards with insight into other traditions.
The United States of America volumes go beyond the traditional, British-bred institutions of Salem and Ilvermorny, providing glimpses of Great Plains harvest traditions, tropical flower arrangements, and modern media-inspired groups. From the beginning of American history, their wizards have been known for innovation and creativity, as well as a unique relationship with the non-magical world.