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  1. #1
    Hermoine Jean Granger

    June Activities 2010

    More information on The Category Patrolling Project can be found here..

    This month's featured category is "Post-Hogwarts." Link to category.

    A request: When you post the summary, could you please post it in italics instead of in quotes? The reason for the request is that when I try to copy/paste your posts to this thread (I basically click on the 'quote' button and take all the content), the summary doesn't show up as it is in quotes. The thing is, I then have to copy/paste individual summaries and match them up with the links and other information, which leaves a lot of space for error/mismatch of summaries. I'd be grateful if you post the summaries in italics instead, which will work easier for me. (And, if necessary, I'll add the quote tags when I repost the stories to the other thread.)

    Post with these details, please:

    PHP Code:
    [B]Name of the Story(with link):[/B
    B]Word Count:[/B]
    B]Warnings(if any):[/B]
    B]Number of chapters(if chaptered. If it is a one-shotthis can be skipped):[/B
    B]Last updated on(applicable only to WIPs):[/B]

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    Name of the Story(with link): BH
    Author: trinsy
    Rating: 1st-2nd years
    Word Count: 2,817
    Warnings(if any): DH Spoilers

    "before Harry, before Hermione, before Hogwarts..."

    Ron reflects of families lost and families formed.

    Name of the Story(with link): Florean Fortescue, an Unsung Hero
    Author: hestiajones
    Rating: 1st-2nd years
    Word Count: 2,779
    Warnings(if any): Character Death, Violence

    Remembering the forgotten ice-cream man of Diagon Alley.

    Name of the Story(with link): Fragmentary Blue
    Author: Hatusu
    Rating: 3rd-5th years
    Word Count: 1,570
    Warnings(if any): Sexual Situations

    The whole world has gone crazy, tipped on its side, changes happening so quickly that Harry can’t keep track of them all. He isn’t at the centre of it anymore – he’s drifting peacefully somewhere on the very outer rim, and he likes it this way, and he never wants to go back.

    He has a dream one night. Soft hands lift him out of his bed. He opens his eyes and their faces are like maps of a country he’s never been to but has always wanted to go. They say they’ll take him to a place where all he has to is breathe.

    He says okay.

    After Voldemort's defeat, Harry struggles to come to terms with love, death, and the end of innocence. One-shot. Rated for very, very mild sexual implications.

    Name of the Story(with link): Serve and Protect
    Author: Fresh C
    Rating: 3rd-5th years
    Word Count: 2,865
    Warnings(if any): Character Death

    The glamorous life of an Auror between the capturing of dark wizards and duels to the death.

    Name of the Story(with link): Tarot
    Author: DeadManSeven
    Rating: 3rd-5th years
    Word Count: 15,136
    Warnings(if any): DH Spoilers, sexual situations, strong profanity
    Number of chapters: 7, completed

    A reading that consists of only cards from the Major Arcana indicates the destiny of the querant lies outside their own control - possibly within the hands of Fate itself.

    Nineteen years pass between the final chapter and the epilogue. Here are two days inside those nineteen years.


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    Name of the Story(with link): Everything in Between
    Author: SilverLily_13
    Rating: 1st-2nd Years
    Word Count: 1453
    Warnings(if any): DH spoilers
    Number of chapters: 1
    Last updated on: June 14/10
    Luna Lovegood and Harry Potter cannot forget the whisperings just beyond the veil in the Department of Mysteries. So when Luna turns up out of the blue (and dressed in a memorable shade of blue) to ask for a tour—for the Quibbler of course—Harry is able to use his not-insignificant influence to pull a few strings and set in motion a spontaneous adventure that answers the questions they have always been haunted with, about death, life, memories, forgiveness, and everything in between.
    Name of the Story(with link): Moon
    Author: Northumbrian
    Rating: 6th-7th Years
    Word Count: 9570
    Warnings(if any): Sexual Situations
    Meet Mark Moon, a bailiff in the Department of Magical Law Enforcement (Scottish Office). Mark has girl problems with a girl with problems.
    Name of the Story(with link): Lovers Masala
    Author: heron
    Rating: 6th-7th Years
    Word Count: 16058
    Warnings(if any): AU, DH Spoilers, Sexual Situations
    Number of chapters: 6
    Last updated on: March 08/10
    Hermione bumps into an old friend, Parvati Patil, while at Diagon Alley. The Patil family get involved in the Potters' and Weasleys' lives.
    Romance, drama, and a secret that could threaten the new relationship between the three families leads to the Lovers Masala.
    Masala is spice used in Indian cooking. What happens when Love and Masala collide?
    Name of the Story(with link): All Grown Up
    Author: red haired mom
    Rating: 1st-2nd Years
    Word Count: 1487
    Warnings(if any): AU, DH Spoilers
    It's been twenty years since Harry left Privet Drive. He's back to deliver the news that Dudley's son is a wizard.
    Meet Christopher and Lydia, Dudley's son and wife, and find out how Harry breaks the news to them.
    Name of the Story(with link): The Amulet of Imhotep
    Author: OHara
    Rating: 3rd-5th Years
    Word Count: 13777
    Warnings(if any): Character Death, DH Spoilers, Mild Profanity, Violence
    Number of chapters: 3
    When a griffin escapes from a magical museum with a powerful Amulet in its stomach, Hermione Granger sets off on a journey around the globe to recover it.

    Traveling through Europe, Asia, America and Africa, Hermione pursues the elusive beast, racing against a bloodthirsty gang of international terrorists bent on recovering the Amulet.

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    Name of the Story: Dean Thomas and the Reiver Curse
    Author: Equinox Chick
    Rating: 6th-7th Years
    Word Count: 10,433
    Warnings(if any): Mild Profanity, Sexual Situations
    Number of chapters: 3
    Last updated on: 6/22/10

    “Muggle-born, eh?” said the first man.

    “Not sure,” said Dean. “My dad left my mum when I was a kid. I’ve got no proof he was a wizard, though.” **

    Dean Thomas’ life is a mess. While the Trio were Horcrux-hunting and the Gryffindors were reforming Dumbledore’s Army, he was on the run. Living on his wits, he paired up with Ted Tonks, only to see him killed by Death Eaters.

    He spent a year away from Hogwarts dreaming of a day he could return, but as September 1st 1998 approaches, he realises he cannot go back.

    There are things he needs to do and a past he needs to discover before he can move on.

    ** indicates a line taken from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - The Goblin's Revenge.

    Name of the Story: Of Bludgers and Boils
    Author: the opaleye; bellatrix-black-lestrange; jubjub15; Rainy Day Parade
    Rating: 1st - 2nd Years
    Word Count: 4,282
    Warnings(if any): None

    The first Quidditch World Cup final since the demise of Lord Voldemort has arrived. But who in their right mind would appoint Zacharias Smith as the commentator? And how is it possible for someone to be so rude? Poor Cho Chang would love to know.

    This fic was written by the Slytherin team for the Jan/Feb QWC round over on the Beta Forums.

    Name of the Story: Seamus' Break with a Banshee
    Author: hesitajones
    Rating: 3rd - 5th Years
    Word Count: 2,116
    Warnings(if any): Character Death, Sexual Situations, Strong Profanity, Violence

    He had always been scared of the green-skinned fiend, but now that she was threatening someone precious to him, he had to stand up and fight.

    This is hestiajones of Hufflepuff writing for Madam Pomfrey One-Shot Triathlon - Round Two: Minor Canon Characters

    Many, many thanks to Kara (Karaley Dargen) for beta-ting this for me at such short notice.

    DISCLAIMER: Definitely not J.K.Rowling.

    Name of the Story: Bare
    Author: Northumbrian
    Rating: 6th - 7th Years
    Word Count: 4,648
    Warnings(if any): DH Spoilers, Mild Profanity, Sexual Situations, Substance Abuse

    All I ever wanted to do was fit in and be normal. I wanted friends, a nice boy, marriage and kids, the usual stuff. It wasn’t much to hope for.
    Fighting a war can leave scars, and you can't always hide them.
    This is Northumbrian of Ravenclaw writing for the Madam Pomfrey One-Shot Triathlon - Round Two: Minor Canon Characters, Prompt 1 (encounter with a mythical creature).

    Name of the Story: Hedwig's Tale
    Author: red haired mom
    Rating: 1st - 2nd Years
    Word Count: 1,913
    Warnings(if any): Character Death, DH Spoilers

    My name is Hedwig, and this is my story of what dying is like, and what happens next. Follow me on my journey to the other side. Meet the others who love Harry, and died to save him.

    Name of the Story: About Last Night
    Author: ToBeOrNotToBeAGryffindor
    Rating: 3rd - 5th Years
    Word Count: 4,464
    Warnings(if any): Mild Profanity, Sexual Situations

    James Sirius Potter was two years out of school, taking his first steps toward a brilliant Quidditch career, but on a night of drunken celebration, he meets his match in the form of a Hufflepuff bombshell who sets him straight.


  5. #5
    Hermoine Jean Granger


    Name of the Story(with link): Returning Home
    Author: Cwiddy
    Rating: 1st-2nd years
    Word Count: 1456
    Warnings(if any): Character Death
    Summary: It has been 10 years since the final battle and Harry had left, not keeping in touch with any of his friends for the past 10 years. Now he is returning home to face the friends he turned his back on for 10 years.

    Name of the Story(with link): The End
    Author: Ella Darcy
    Rating: 1st-2nd years
    Word Count: 1468
    Summary: It's all come down to this: The Boy Who Lived and The Dark Lord, battling for the fate of the Wizarding World. A Horcrux!Harry fic, without Harry dying.

    Name of the Story(with link): Of the Horrors Thine Eyes Have Seen...
    Author: Loving_Padfoot
    Rating: 1st-2nd years
    Word Count: 1741
    Summary: He spent two and a half years in the wrong place, but now he's out thanks to her. When they meet again, they are both ready for change. One-shot, AU due to a small detail that doesn't fit with HBP. Please R&R!

    Name of the Story(with link): Clearing the Brush
    Author: Muguet au Bois
    Rating: 1st-2nd years
    Word Count: 1802
    Warnings(if any): DH Spoilers
    Summary: The Malfoy family tree needs a little pruning

    Name of the Story(with link): Holding The Door
    Author: Dear Irony
    Rating: 3rd-5th years
    Word Count: 2474
    Summary: The sequel to “The Runaway”, but can be read as a stand alone. This time set to Anberlin’s “The Unwinding Cable Cars”.

    Harry has been gone for over nine months. Ginny waits for him to return, but is slowly losing hope. When an unexpected visitor shows up at her home of Godric’s Hollow, what will happen? Read to find out!

    Ginny's POV, Harry/Ginny

  6. #6
    jenny b

    June Featured Author

    Our featured author for June is Russia/Russia Snow!

    Her author’s page can be found here.

    • You must review the featured author for it to count as your monthly activity requirement.
    • Post the link to your review here - you may also post it in the June review thread for credit as a review.
    • Questions in this thread are not part of the monthly requirement, but they are greatly encouraged. Also, they must have something to do with the subject of writing.

  7. #7
    jenny b
    My review for Russia's To Tell The Truth is here.

    Looking over your author's page, I noticed you tend to write OCs or more obscure characters rather than the ones we know and love. What do you like about the lesser-known characters, or what do you dislike about the well-known ones?

    Which fic of yours has been the easiest to write? The hardest?

    And similarly, your favourite and least favourite?

    (I tend to find that my favourites are the ones that were hardest to write, but I don't know if that's everyone or just me being odd. >.>)

  8. #8
    My review is here for Forty Days a Charm

    What inspires you to write your stories? Do you find specific things, or are they really just random?

    You wrote a lot of fics for challenges, is that because the prompts were too good to give up, or did you just want to enter them?

    Do you find it hard to write with a prompt or easier?

    How does it feel to be featured author?


  9. #9
    Russia Snow
    Oh GOD Queen O' SPEW, WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY did you choose that fic? WHY?

    I like OCs and obscure characters because I feel like they're more open for me to experiment with. I would NEVER EVER write Harry because I feel like he is JKRs character and I would never feel that my portrayal of him was accurate enough. I like OCs and obscure characters because I can make them my own, really. I also think that it is SO much more interesting reading about obscure chararacters because you don't know what to expect.

    The easiest fic to write, for me, was 'Forty Days a Charm' I think. It kinda flowed the best out of all my fics. Hardest to write was 'To Tell The Truth' i only submitted it because it was for a challenge, I was never happy with it.

    My favourite fic has to be 'I Never', it was my first one accepted and the reviews that I got for it made me want to write for the rest of my life

    My least favourite fic is of course 'To Tell the Truth' (so the opposite to you, Jen LOL) I hate hate hate hate it. Which is why I wish you'd picked ANY other fic to review >.>

    Thanks for the review and the questions, Jen! *squish*

    ~Russia xxxxx

  10. #10
    My review for Agnes.

    What prompted you to pick Umbridge?

    What's your favorite part about reviewing/being in SPEW?

    Aaaaand for fun: What is your main guilty pleasure in fan fiction?



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