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A series of letters by different characters...
Teddy Lupin finds his father's journals. Order of the Phoenix, Half Blood Prince, and Deathly Hallows from the perspective of Remus Lupin.
A dazzling satire of modern human relations among young magic people? An ironic insight into life with the impending danger of Lord Voldemort? Or the self-centred moaning of a neurotic, single sixteen-year-old? Meet Keira Matthews: Ravenclaw sixth year. Lord Voldemort? Nothing! Keira has bigger problems; problems like all the other Ravenclaw girls being smarter and/or prettier than she is, Elodie "Smellodie" Rivers still going out with Justin Finch-Fletchley (claw claw) and Terry Boot being the most irritating bloke on the planet. Add on failing subjects, undone essays and many, many dodgy charms and...well, you get the idea. Rated PG-13 for language.
Seventeen-year-old Remus Lupin and Sirius Black get summer jobs as instructors for the Kwikspell Correspondence School.
In the early summer of 1996, Harry Potter has a lot on his mind. Some of it he manages to put into letters (and a few selected conversations) with his friends. Covers July 1996, only. H/L R/Hr N/G
Aurors Potter and Malfoy have been assigned to the Department of Lesser Known Dark Artifacts. Due to unprofessional behaviour, they've just been banned from talking to each other for one day... But no one can stop them from owling each other, at the very least! These are their missives -- or, as Shacklebolt calls them, their "insipid love notes." Enjoy!
Harry goes to defeat Voldemort and writes out his final will and testimony. What are the reactions of his close friends to this devastating proclamation and how are they healed?
The summer after Harry's fifth year at Hogwarts, Lupin finds a letter that Sirius wrote for his godson, but never sent. Without reading the letter, Lupin delivers it to Harry.
Bill Weasley and Fleur Delacour - the reasons they are meant to be.
The diary of events kept by Professor Lupin during his year teaching at Hogwarts.
Every Monday morning, Harry gets a letter. A love letter. These letters become an anchor in a world of uncertainty despite their content. One Monday, there is no letter waiting.
You have made me happy. And it is for you that I am going to risk my life.
The Light has won. Harry and Draco have led it to victory. Severus Snape awaits execution, a double-, treble-, quadruple-agent whose only loyalties, it seems, were to himself, and whose actions can never be excused. He is allowed a final letter to the victors, and, not surprisingly, disagrees with their assessment of his loyalties, motives, and just deserts. This is not a part of the 'Gate of Ivory, Gate of Horn' / 'Under a Dragon Moon' universe.
Ten letters never sent by Blaise Zabini. Quasi-sequel to "Chocolate and Toffee"
A set of letters that never got posted.
It's the holiday season, and Harry is alone and missing some holiday company. This is the script for Spell-Cast.com's 2006 holiday podcast play.
It hasn't been a very good year at all for the Malfoy family, but Narcissa is determined to put her best foot forward and keep up appearances in her annual Christmas letter. Warning: contains high quantities of self-delusion, and far more underlining than necessary.
The year of "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" was a mixed one for the Malfoy family, but Narcissa is determined to put the best possible spin on events in her annual Christmas letter. Warning: Contains smugness, delusions of grandeur and far too much underlining.
It was easier to hate him when you didn\'t know he was human. Letters between Draco Malfoy and Harry Potter after their sixth year offer a glimpse into the aftermath of obsession and the desperate lengths some go to for companionship.
After everything the Malfoys had endured in the years since the war, Draco would never again take anything for granted.
Harry, Ron, and Hermione broke into Gringotts in pursuit of Horcruxes. Now the goblins want revenge - of the monetary sort.
Before his final battle with Voldemort, Harry sends a last letter to Ginny, just in case he never comes back.
Love is hard to come by, but it's even harder to let go...and sometimes, it's hard to share.
"/In Flanders' fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below./" ~John McCrae, /In Flanders' Fields/
"Photographs and memories Christmas cards you sent to me All that I have are these To remember you..."