The progression of Sherlock and John relationship, ending in marriage, in Seven Parts 1) The story of how John and Sherlock met is now so famous it has entered living mythology. But the version is entirely from John’s POV, not Sherlock’s. This leads to the question: what was Sherlock thinking Read more…
Snape POV is back in A Study In Magic! High time, too. I missed writing from his perspective. I’ve read it somewhere Snape is one of the best characters J.K. Rowling created. I agree. I don’t like him; if I ever met him in Real Life™, I’d find him too similar to me and hate his guts. But as a character, he is the most interesting.
That said, it’s odd to write about werewolves from Snape’s perspective.
There are so many things I wish to cover for A Study In Magic. Werewolves weren’t one of them, actually, but my fondness for Remus Lupin steered the plot that way. And the more I thought about Lupin and his struggle over Lycanthropy, the more interesting turns did my thoughts take.