Harry recovers after vanquishing Voldemort, and explains how he managed it. Not a sequel to Memorial Service, but an alternative version.
Harry died -- probably -- killing Voldemort. His friends, and others, speak at his memorial service.
Why is everyone declaring love for Harry? Why is Malfoy off the Slytherin Quidditch team? Why is Ginny making a list? Why is Hermione so upset? And who is that girl with the funny accent? Too many Unexpected Task ideas combine to confuse everyone. Four chapters.
A Death Eater reminisces about her childhood and the changes in later life. Written for the Unexpected Task challenge: \\
Remus makes an announcement, Tonks gets upset, Easter eggs are given, and a visit to the Grangers. Sequel to \\\'Craziness and Comforting\\\'. H/Hr post-Hogwarts
A question from Millicent Bulstrode leads to sudden popularity for Snape. This could be the only time she gets named in a summary in my fics.
Death Eaters on the loose cause nightmares for several people, not least Harry and Hermione. They find a childlike way to comfort each other. Sequel to \\\'Confidence Lost\\\'. H/Hr post-Hogwarts
Why doesn\\\'t Hogwarts have visits for the families of Muggle-born pupils, so that they can see what their child is getting into? Maybe they used to ... before Penelope Clearwater\\\'s parents came on such a visit.
When everything seems to be going well for Harry and Hermione, fate has a shock in store for them. Sequel to \\\'Closeness through Cooking\\\'. H/Hr post-Hogwarts
A sequel to my \\\'Christmas with the Grangers\\\'. Harry and Hermione have a candlelit dinner together. H/Hr post-Hogwarts
Hermione, helped by Luna, has finally persuaded the house-elves to strike a blow for their freedom. Now everyone has to cope with the consequences -- and they\\\'re far worse, and far more wide-ranging, than she could ever have expected.
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Sequel to Celebration. Harry and Hermione discuss their jobs and the possibility of her moving into his house. Her parents are wary of the idea, although both Harry and Hermione insist it\\\'s quite innocent. H/Hr post–Hogwarts
The Gryffindors in Harry’s year go out for a celebration at the end of their seventh year. Harry, though, is more in the mood to talk than to celebrate, despite Voldemort’s death. H/Hr
The last two terms of the trio\\\'s fifth year — a sequel to Christmas of Surprises. Ron and Hermione are, umm, actively in love, as everyone eventually realises. Harry and Ginny are much more circumspect.
Hermione\\\'s view of an attack on Hogwarts, starting when she finds herself trapped, alone on a rooftop with Voldemort himself.
Seven years after the infant Potter defeated You-Know-Who, a Death Eater tries to sacrifice a Muggle child in a ritual to revive the Dark Lord. It seems simple enough -- what could go wrong?
Lavender and Seamus talk about romance — another Permission Slip story. A sequel to Seamus Shamed (AT). It also overlaps with Blaise in Knockturn Alley (TDA).
Three reminiscences in which characters think about who and what died in OotP, and mourn. (Contains spoilers for Order of the Phoenix.)
The sign on the door read ‘Midnight Opening for sales of the new Muggle book, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. Read the fifth book in the series showing how Muggles see us.’ Judging by the length of the queue, which snaked a long way down Diagon Alley, a lot of wizards did want to read it, and as soon as they could. Eavesdrop on the discussion in Diagon Alley as witches and wizards wait to see how they\\\'re portrayed in Order of the Phoenix.
James Potter and Lily Evans talk about their feelings. Another in the loose Permission Slip series.
Another -- perhaps the most obvious -- of the end-of-year report series.
A story of Lucius Malfoy\\\'s parents, Mondis and Giulia, from their first meeting to their being parted by death, via a wedding, a talk with Tom, betrayal by Lucius and the fall of Voldemort.
Blaise and Mr Zabini, while in Knockturn Alley, talk about Blaise\\\'s permission slip, hobbies and love.
What did the teachers think of Draco after his first year? Plus an exchange of letters between Lucius Malfoy and Professor Dumbledore after Lucius has seen the report.
The troll\\\'s version of what happened that Hallowe\\\'en in book one. Translated from the Trollish, apart from the title.
In another sequel to the Permission Slip (Ridd), Poppy Pomfrey faces a dilemma —_should she tell her parents about the permission slip, or pretend it doesn\\\'t exist?
If Fred Weasley and Angelina Johnson are an \\\'item\\\', what about George? Is he lonely, or does he have a secret girlfriend? A sequel to Sybill Trelawney and the Clueless Evening (Ridd), and a prequel of sorts to Hello, Mrs Weasley (Ridd).
Another of the loose Permission Slip series — it\\\'s Seamus Finnigan\\\'s turn this time. Things do not go as he would have liked.
Hermione Granger\\\'s report at the end of her fourth year. Also, a letter from the substitute DADA teacher to Dumbledore.
An AU version of what might have happened on Hallowe\\\'en of book 1. Featuring a less passive Hermione and almost no feast.
Three versions of Draco imagining his love life. Another of these Permission Slip stories. This is Draco/everyone-he-can-think-of. In deference to fanfic tradition, this story is deliberately full of cliches, and partly slashy; after the introduction, there\\\'s a straight version, a gay version and a narcissistic version. Pick one, or choose all three and get confused.
Voldemort has died of old age while waiting for book five to finally be published, and happiness abounds. Isn\\\'t that nice? Oh, and Harry has to give a speech at his funeral.
Colin Creevey\\\'s end–of–year report at the end of his first year. He did have a good excuse, of course.
Arthur and Molly Weasley wonder why Ron hasn\\\'t brought them a Nonpater permission slip yet, and discuss all the rest of their family. Yet another Permission Slip-related story, directly connected to Do I Need This? (AT); also has a slight connection to Christmas of Surprises (AT) and A Pair of Reprobates (Ridd).
If Hermione hasn\\\'t been attacked by the Monster of Slytherin (yet), why is she in the hospital wing? Since almost nobody knows about the Polyjuice Potion, extremely uninformed gossip suggests some answers. Set during CoS, this is a sequel to The Substitute and the Secret.
Ginny Weasley\\\'s end–of–year report at the end of her first year.
Lucius Malfoy asks his father politely to sign something. Or maybe not so politely. Another of the loosely–connected Permission Slip (Ridd/AT so far) series.
A variant of an idea from Christmas of Surprises (AT, 10 chapters) in which Ron and Hermione do decide to tell his parents they\\\'re now lovers. This isn\\\'t part of that story\\\'s continuity though, it\\\'s just one way things could have happened. Ron/Hermione, obviously. Set eight months after the end of Christmas of Surprises just to confuse people.
Hermione\\\'s second and third flying lessons, told from her point of view, set during PS/SS. No relationships at all.
Ron and Hermione are the only ones in Gryffindor Tower over Christmas. Can they find something to do? A sequel to Permission Slip (Riddikulus) and Do I Need This? (Astronomy Tower), with a bit of added angst.
Two students find a different place to be alone together -- but what if they\\\'re overheard by a teacher?
Dumbledore checks through the Permission Slips pupils have returned, and remembers the past. Yes, it\\\'s another sequel to The Permission Slip (Riddikulus).
In 1959, teenagers Arthur and Molly catch the train to Hogwarts and discuss the permission slips they got at the end of last term. Not exactly a prequel to The Permission Slip, just part of a loose series of connected fanfics.
After the Yule Ball in GoF, Hermione dreams about the ball and Ron. Hermione/Ron A companion piece to Yule Dream of Me.
After the Yule Ball in GoF, Ron dreams about the ball and Hermione. H/R A companion piece to I\\\'ll Dream of Yule.
A sequel to The Permission Slip (Ridd). Ron Weasley looks at the permission slip he\\\'s got, and thinks about why he\\\'d need it. Fred and George \\\'help\\\' him decide.
When a substitute teacher\\\'s remark leads to gossip, Hermione unwittingly fans the flames.