award by abhorsen. @TDA
Hogwarts hi-jinks, unconventional courtships, wholesome adventures, family feuds, the shadows of war, and malevolent magic. Venture outside at your own risk.
Some of our first final exams had a written component, and HPFTers rose to the challenge.
Your challenge is to write a drabble (i.e., 100-150 words) based on your NANO work, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, or anything else that inspires you! (Ran November 15-November 30, 2016)
There's quite a lot that Hogwarts professors don't know about.
A series of stories about many different characters mostly in the Post War/Rebuilding Era and how they were effected by thier experiences. PTSD is a large focus of this series.
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A series of one-shots that take place after the second wizarding war. Each one features a snippet between two characters.
I feel just like I'm sinking / And I claw for solid ground / I'm pulled down by the undertow / I never thought I could feel so low / oh darkness I feel like letting go - "Full of Grace" by Sarah McLachlan
Throw Down the Gauntlet is HPFT's first ever collaborative writing competition! The theme is Valentine's Day. (Ran February 1-February 26.)
Are you ready for the mostly grown up Potters and Weasleys? Romance, drama, serious social issues, and a tiny bit of tears along the way await you in this series.