Neville Longbottom knew before he left for his seventh year at Hogwarts that things were going to be different. He just didn't realise quite how different that would be.
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AFter Peeves locks Draco and Hermione into a broom closet as a prank, there are no declarations of hidden love. Instead, their words exchanged in anger may be their very last.
When a teacher's secret is revealed, a campaign begins to have them removed from Hogwarts. But how much support does the campaign have within Hogwarts and what lengths are the campaigners willing to go to?
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This story is a sequel to, and contains spoilers for, The Writing on the Wall.
The ghosts of Hogwarts take matters into their own hands.
for Unwritten Curse's Dialogue challenge
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The idea of a misfit schoolgirl catching the attention of the most popular boy at Hogwarts is, in Abigail Higgs' opinion, merely a story in one of the comic books her father is famous for creating. However, with a love of comics and a determination to turn fiction into reality, James Potter would like to disagree.
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Being alive is difficult.
So is living.
Deciding who to be and what to believe combines to create eight revolutionaries.
Peeves has a little bit of fun with the Death Eaters residing in the school.
When Albus Potter and Rose Weasley begin their first year at Hogwarts, they're targeted by what seem like malicious practical jokes involving the name of the Dark Lord. Even after nineteen years, who would joke about a man who caused so many deaths? The magical world must once again face the issues which still exist and may again prove divisive.
Thanks to MrsJaydeMalfoy for helping with the summary and to SpoonyLupin for the banner.