Harry and Ginny travel to Portugal for sea, sand, sun, and something else.
Can Harry avoid being torn apart by Harpies?
A typical day in the lives of Mr and Mrs H J Potter suddenly becomes far from typical when Harry makes a chance discovery.
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These are a few vignettes from Harry Potter's life.
The Potter children and their friends discover a new ghost at Hogwarts.
It will take the children, their parents and many new friends, to discover what the ghost of Lord Voldemorte plans are for returning to life.
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Hogwarts is repaired, the students back in school. But the war has left children without parents, parents without children. And the Burrow is empty -until the Visitor arrives.
Its been five years since Harry and Ginny were Married. Harry figures it time to show Ginny his vault at Gringotts.
A view of the events of the Battle of Hogwarts from a participant (Not included in character list) with a unique perspective, but were their actions merely from duty or could they be something more?
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George Krupp has a problem. He's a Necromancer and he's only ten years old. He needs help, and calls his only contact in the Wizard world, Harry Potter.
Harry's been having bad dreams and needs to take time off from his job as an Auror when he gets an emergency call from George Krupp. Events lead him back to Hogwarts. Along the way, they both come to terms with themselves.
A sequel of sorts to "Graverobbers."
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My own take on year 7 with an AU twist. Strictly non-canon compliant.
Story profusely betaed and made ready for consumption by the wonderful holly_ilex, to whom I'm eternally thankful for holding my hand.
There is only so much that can be done with magic. At the core of every person, whether wizard or muggle, our personality and character come through. That is why the memory charms placed on very strong minded individuals, never take hold easily or last for very long.
In the end Vernon, Petunia and Dudley are truly strong minded. Or as they came to be known as Ron, Nina and Lee Donnelly.
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Thank you to reallyginny for beta reading this. Your comments improve my writing immensely.
After the Battle of Hogwart's, Luna begins acting strangely. Okay, more strangely. Harry tries to help Luna with her problem, but begins to fall for her. How will Ginny react to this new Harry/Luna romance?
There's a very good reason why Alicia Spinnet is known as the best Quidditch psychologist in the country, but when a particularly irksome basketcase arrives in the form of Viktor Krum, her carefully crafted professionalism crumbles. He’s a God to the masses, but to Alicia he's just another creepy, self-obsessed weirdo with an unnerving interest in Hermione Granger. And, unfortunately, it’s up to her to try and sort his life out, even if it does involve doing everything but her job.
The prologue and first two chapters of this story intertwine with the last two chapters and epilogue, (covering, roughly, the last two weeks of term), of my sixth year story ‘What Goes Around…Comes Around…Lost And Found…Love’. If you haven’t read it, you’d better go through that one, or none of this story will make any sense.
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Anna’s year at Hogwarts is ending, in a most peculiar way; Secret keepers, hiding places, changes of attitude and loyalty. New lives, old memories, shifting priorities and deadly miscalculations are coming to light in the bright summer sunshine.
When the darkness becomes the calling, who will resist the urge and who will accept it? Harry, Ron and Hermione are entering their seventh year at Hogwarts, but will it be filled with fond memories or nightmares unleashed? Voldemort and the Death Eaters lurk in the shadows as well as a mysterious voice.*This story doesn't follow OoTP, HBP or DH!
Draco and Astoria are looking forward to their wedding and the invitations are going out. Who will accept, or better yet, how will people react to those invitations? Have things changed THAT much in five years? We'll see . . . .