Hi! I'm Reilly. I've been writing HP Fanfic for longer than I care to admit. After a year or two of not really writing much, I discovered my love of it again, so here I am.
Some things I post here will be old stories, some will be new, and some will be things that were formerly abandoned that I've decided to ressurect. I hope you enjoy. :)
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She's a Muggle-born rebel who needs to be a conformist. He's a pureblood conformist who wants to be a rebel. They're an unlikely team, but helping each other is essential if they're going to make it through Voldemort's new regime alive.
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George couldn't believe the nerve of them all. They talked about him as if he were a saint.
It was a pathetic disgrace.
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After Puddlemere's loss in the European Cup, Oliver takes a walk through Paris while the final match is played. When he finds himself on the Pont des Arts, surrounded by thousands of little metal promises, he remembers and wonders... what if?
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"Charlie unfolded the letter for the umpteenth time since receiving it. He knew reading it again wouldn't do any good - in fact, it would most likely continue to make him feel worse - but he did it anyway. It was all still too hard to believe."
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Teddy couldn't pinpoint the exact moment when he'd begun to fall for Victoire. She was, after all, his very first friend. But no matter when it started, and no matter how much he tried, Teddy couldn't shake his admiration for her.
--A three-shot about the events leading up to the kiss on Platform 9 3/4.--
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"I'm not keeping my whereabouts from Fleur because I think she'd be mad or ask me to stop my routine outings on this particular day. But I still don't tell her, and I must admit it's for the purely selfish reason that I simply do not want her to know. I want to keep this day personal and close to my heart. A man has to have some secrets.".
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"This torch will remain eternally ignited in his memory, and serve as a reminder that the loved ones we lose are never gone. While they may perish, the fond memories they've given, the lessons they've taught, and the ways in which they've touched our lives are forever immortal."