September 18th, 2007

mug, tea, writer

I took this logic test - afraid I can't remember who I copied it from:

You Are Incredibly Logical

Move over Spock - you're the new master of logic
You think rationally, clearly, and quickly.
A seasoned problem solver, your mind is like a computer!



In addition, I just realized something the other day. My story, "All Hallows Eve", has not been canon-shafted! Well, not entirely. The one thing that doesn't work at all is the warm, father-son mentoring relationship between Dumbledore and Severus. I do regret that deeply. Dumbledore was (imho) shockingly cruel to young Severus in canon, and would never have spoken to him, or felt about him, as I have him do. But, oddly, the rest of the story still works, because (1) I postulate that Snape loved Lily, and (2) that he knew Petunia (something some of my readers doubted, but I agreed that he was 'that awful boy'. Finally, I thought he would have done anything, up to and including risking his own life, to keep her safe from Voldemort. That much is actually canon now.

CMwinters, this is for you. We were right. Snape was there that night. (after all, we still have no explanation of Dumbledore's odd knowledge, nor of the missing 24 hours.)