Hi i'm Shae.
I suppose I should tell you a little about myself;
I live in western Oregon with my Husband (Alex), my son (Ryver), and my daughter (Meadow).
Here's a list of really cool people
Current Residence: USA
Favorite genre of music: All
Favorite photographer: Wingate Paine
Favorite style of art: abstract, macabre
Favorite Artists: Claude Monet, Salvador Dali, and Alex Grey, Alphonse Mucha
Operating System: Mac
MP3 player of choice: Ipod mini
Favorite movie of all time: The Dark Crystal, The Hobbit (1977)
Favorite character of all time: Severus Snape and Hannibal Lecter
Personal Quote: This place is full of CRIME!
25 Rules For Writing S. SnapeThey say a rule was never made that hadn't been broken. In this case whoever "they" are...are right. I've come across a lot of horrid fan fiction in my day, but if there's one thing that really really bothers me, it's a poorly written Severus Snape. Therefore, I have compiled these twenty-five simple rules to aid authors in writing him.
25 Rules for Writing Severus Snape
By Lauren K.
Rule Number One:
Severus Snape is a Potions Master who has been known to have been a spy, as well as exhibit extensive knowledge of the Dark Arts. The fact that I need to state this as a rule makes me die a little inside.
Rule Number Two:
Severus Snape does not refer to students by their first names unless otherwise instructed, and even then it takes effort.
Rule Number Three:
Severus Snape is not interested in anyone's personal life unless it has some bearing upon his own. Any interest shown would be done so begrudgingly.
Rule Number Four:
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