Summary: Harry, Ron, and Hermione make a trip to Godric's Hollow to visit the Potters' graves. There, Harry speaks to his parents for the first time, and in so doing, discovers that the dead are never truly lost. (One-shot. Bring your kleenex.)
Absolutly perfect, beautifully written, just feels so cannon. I'm definetly checking out the rest of your work later, this is so incredibly fantastic. It really is Harry, exactly as he would speak to his parents if he had one last chance to tell them everything. I don't know what to say...amazing.
Summary: One decision leads to an army of consequences, and a lifetime is not too long to spend amending them.
Absolutly beatiful, as well as heartbreaking. I can't tell you how glad I am that book seven did not end this way, I don't think I could stand it, but your writing is fantastic and description of Ginny exactly as I think it would be if this truly had happened.
Author's Response: Thank you so very much. Myself, I never thought Book 7 would end this way. That wasn\'t on my agenda. See, a writer called ChreeChree had an intense debate with someone about how Ginny\'s decision to let Harry go at the end of Book 6 was a sign of her strength rather than her weakness. Part of this conversation involved pointing out all the reasons couples shouldn\'t be in combat together (ChreeChree has a husband in the military). So then I thought, \"What if she\'s right, but Ginny had made the other decision?\" That\'s what got me started...
Summary: Whoever knew that a couple still went on "dates" after they were married?
Runner-Up in the Best Canon Romance category of the 2007 Quicksilver Quill Awards
For those interested, I'm planning on writing a Prequel to this story. Just thought I'd let everyone know.
This was absoluty brilliant, I keep coming back again and again, just to read about Harry one more time, just to reassure myself that he did truly, completly, love her. We certaintly don't see enough of them in the books, and this seems to me exactly the way in which he would act. Fantastic.