Hey there, Delilah
Don't you worry about the distance
I'm right there if you get lonely
Give this song another listen
Close your eyes
Listen to my voice, it's my disguise
I'm by your side
John Winchester may have raised his two boys to be hunters of the supernatural, but that was never the life that he wanted for his only daughter. So even though Delilah grows up surrounded by her father's one-man war on the supernatural, she was never allowed to take part in it. Of course, when John goes missing, everything changes, and it is up to all three of his children to find him. With help from her brothers (and her brother Sam's badass girlfriend), Delilah must begin the process of forging herself into a warrior strong enough to survive whatever the supernatural can throw at her. Because if there is one truth that Delilah knows, it is that she is a Winchester, and the world most definitely has it out for her family.
- Part 1 of Stars in Her Hair
As Thorin broods on Elrond's words about the madness of his family, he stumbles across a strange girl in the depths of Imladris who is more than she seems.
16 Jan 2020
First in the Legendarium. The heirs of Durin have survived the Battle of the Five Armies, so Dís is confused when she arrives in Erebor only to find the entire Company in mourning. When she finally drags the truth out of her sons, Dís discovers that there was in fact a fifteenth member of the Company of Thorin Oakenshield: an Elven woman with a past as mysterious as her name.
- Part 1 of The Legendarium
Lorelei MacKenzie is many things to many people.
To her parents, she is a caring, dutiful daughter.
To her neighbors, she is a protective single mother of a mischievous eleven-year-old.
To her daughter, she is the best mum in the entire world.
To her colleagues, she is the Muggle Studies professor at Hogwarts and next-in-line for the Headship of Gryffindor House.
To her friends, she is a talented Quidditch player, a fully-trained Mediwitch, and a registered Animagus.
To society, she is the Muggleborn wife of traitor and mass-murderer, Sirius Black.
Lorelei has always believed that her husband was innocent of the crimes of which he was accused, but she never had any proof. So, instead of trying to fight the system, she retreated into it, reclaiming her maiden name rather than allowing her daughter to suffer the taint of her father's perceived crimes.
Now, though, everything is about to change. It is time for Lorelei's daughter to go to Hogwarts, and Harry Potter will be in her year: Harry Potter, the Boy-Who-Lived, the boy who is Lorelei's godson.