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WINNER - The Pride of Gryffindor Awards 2017 - Best Post-Hogwarts
Dobby 2017 Nominee - Best Minor Character
2nd Place - Frankie05's Dobby Challenge
A tale of death, love, and the bond that holds everyone together.
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Fifth year is not what Hero Blishwick expected it to be.
As she navigates the stormy waters of OWL year, friendships are broken, mysteries aren't hard to come by, the line between good and bad blurs and Tom Riddle becomes her anchor. But new loves can be dangerous.
And not all monsters have terrible faces.
Dedicated to FireOpal/Epikoinos
2017 Golden Chalice Award Winner: Best Description; Hufflepuff December 2016 Story of the Month
Inspired by You Don't Own Me by Lesley Gore for toomanycurls' challenge | Banner by .amaris
I'm young and I love to be young
I'm free and I love to be free
To live my life the way I want
To say and do whatever I please
- A Hannah Abbott Story -
In the year 1313, a young wizard's efforts to record the history of his people ends in death. Seven hundred and sixteen years later, it is read for the first time.
Some things, once lost, are gone forever
Written for Winding Arrow's Amnesia Challenge
When Finlay Blishwick returns to Hogwarts for his sixth year, he expects his entitled life alongside Tom Riddle to continue as it always has. They are even tasked with finding Henry Potter's illegitimate child for Grindelwald. What Finn doesn't expect, however, is how short the fall from grace really is, and that it leads straight into the arms of dynamic Hufflepuff Brindley McCroy.
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amazing banner by seraphine.@tda! | 2016 QTR Diadem Award | Nargles 2017: Most Inclusive Story | Dobby 2017: Best Feel-Good Fic | HPFT FROGS: Best Next Gen
In which the six girls from Hufflepuff's Dormitory 2.6A stalk Albus Potter, swear like sailors, sneak off to the library and put stereotypes to shame.
"I don't like hugs. Or people. They sicken me."
Three times Alicia kissed a boy, and one time she didn't.
Bravery comes in many different forms, even for a Ravenclaw like Rose.