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.
A set of loosely connected stories featuring fabulous queer and polyamorous HP characters. Young people figuring out what they're all about and finding ways to live joyfully. Stories can be read in any order, unless specified as a sequel.
A compilation of stories that exist in the universe I created in The Next Great Adventure.
Most of them feature either death/dying or things in the afterlife.
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)
A few times a year, our prefects run challenges; this series includes the entries to them all.
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.
\"Relentlessly, endlessly, we circle back to each other - friends and lovers and enemies in turn - because this is no one else, there will be no one else. Darling, if it were not so laughably tragic, I would dare to say you are the other half of my soul.\"
Albus & Gellert
(From pre-1899 to post-1945, with everything in between.)
\"We promised to share eternity, did we not, my Albus? Well, here lies our immortal future.\"
The Greengrasses have always been a little left of center.