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Review:dirtydeedsdonedirtcheap says:
Even five years later he could still perfectly recall the sound of porcelain shrapnel tinkling to the floor in an otherwise silent room.

^ For some reason this image made me really sad.

I'm excited for a new story from you. Pish-posh, for WIPs? You can do it. I believe in you!

I really like this idea. You're introducing a new subject in Hogwarts, you actually are an artist so you know what you're talking about.

I have a question though. Why do you always kill his mother and create a strained relationship between Draco/Scorpius? What's going on in your head? I'd really like to understand your 'head canon' for the Malfoy family because I always felt like Draco and Scorpius would have had an alright relationship. I'm not saying Draco is perfect but I just want to know what you think.

Author's Response: bawww. it was sad for scorpius too. I have this incarnation of him down as pretty academic, a lot like me, and...well, I can only guess he must have felt like how I felt in one of my piano exams when I accidentally kicked the pedal away from me midway through a piece and not only broke the pedal but had to start from the beginning and arr. as you can see, I put a lot of my ~feels~ into these stories, haha.

(I hope I know what I'm talking about...)

ooh, headcanon. sometimes I don't kill astoria...but then I feel I have to split her and draco up. I know it's my OTP, but I love the horrible dysfunctional destructive pairings that generate angst. I do see draco and scorpius as having an okay relationship, really, just one that's very strained at times. I think draco would have a lot to fight with in his mind all the time and also an absolute determination for his son to turn out differently - so he's already a very grumpy guy, but forever trying to shape scorpius into something draco wants to be. in all the versions I've written of them, they do actually love each other very much, deep down, but I see so much pain and unresolved angst in the malfoy family by the next-gen era that I don't really think they could have been the happiest of families. but I do see them resolving everything eventually - my headcanon is that scorpius is the guy who finally buries the hatchet and makes amends for his family name, except in an understated and generally very subtle way. hence why I always cast him as a quiet little hipster, hahaha. a lot of this story is going to be about ~finding one's identity~ and struggling with family history, so I felt I had to establish the malfoy situation in the first chapter.

woah...that was rambling D: I'm glad you asked me about my headcanon though, I love prattling on about it!

thank you for reviewing :D ♥

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