All the Wrong Choices (Chp 37 – The Quibbler)

It’s hard to go anywhere or do anything without hearing the name “Harry Potter!” Even 15 years after the Battle of Hogwarts, the boy-who-lived-twice is hounded by photographers and the press. Fame from a young comes with a price that Harry Potter knows all too well. From misinformation and smear campaigns, being made into a... Continue Reading →

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30 Days of… Day 27 Bad Habits

Bloody Potter! He thought to himself. Bloody, cursing, Salazar-smiting Harry-bleeding-Potter! He chanted it to himself as he plucked each potion bottle down from his stores so that he could put them back into alphabetical order. Bloody Potter and his aching joints! Poor Potter and his skinned knees. Sacred Potter and his broken bones. He stopped,... Continue Reading →

30 Days of… Day 23 Memories

“Draco?” Harry called as he wandered through the house. “I left some papers in my office and need to check my stores again, I’ll return shortly” Draco called back shortly before the whoosh of flames. Harry has opened his mouth to tell him, he loved him but closed it with a roll of his eyes.... Continue Reading →

30 Days of… Day 22 Gala

Authors note - I wanted to do something a little bit different. The writing prompt was 'Gala', and with the Met Gala having only just happened it occurred to me that, most of the fun is watching what some of the people are wearing and how wonderful (and sometimes crazy) the people look. I'll include... Continue Reading →

30 Days of… Day 19 – Double Date

“I did it!” Neville breathed excitedly as he rested against the wall. “Did what?” Harry asked, turning to the taller man. “I asked her,” Neville smiled, feeling his hands begin to shake again at the memory. “Asked her? As in marriage?” Harry’s eyebrows raised in surprise. Neville nodded eagerly, unable to hide his lopsided grin.... Continue Reading →

30 Days of… Day 18 – Playlist

Sunlight flooded in, giving the huge room a cheerful yet misty appearance. Large oval windows framed with elaborate curtains made up one wall, whilst pail panelling and mirrors made up the others. The effect was that of a large and elaborate greenhouse. Baroque tables and chairs filled the floor, all set out with delicate china... Continue Reading →

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