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Stars Apart by Willow Rosenberg

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 431 Reviews
Summary: The sequel to “Trickster”: The Marauders return to Hogwarts for their seventh and final year. Lily and James juggle more responsibility than ever, and James learns that convincing Lily to go on an actual date with him is harder than he would have imagined. Remus frets about post-Hogwarts life while Peter drifts even further from his friends. But when Sirius discovers a group of fourth-years who are bound and determined to steal the Marauders’ title of Greatest Hogwarts Troublemakers he wages war, rallying his friends so they can maintain their legacy. Meanwhile, outside the castle grounds, Voldemort is gathering supporters in unending preparation for a much darker battle…

and this is the wonder that's keeping the stars apart
i carry your heart(i carry it in my heart)

-E. E. Cummings

September 2012: HEY guess what I couldn't wait, and the third installment, "World Enough," is UP NOW under James/Lily. Or just under my name. Or at this link: http://fanfiction.mugglenet.com/viewstory.php?sid=92131. Yay! :D


Reviewer: RiklaBluma Signed
Date: 10/09/11 Title: Chapter 16: So Quite New

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Shelves and Surprises for Christmas by D_Leveille

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 2 Reviews
Summary: Being married to a bibliophile wasn’t always easy, but Harry wouldn’t have it any other way.
Reviewer: RiklaBluma Signed
Date: 03/08/15 Title: Chapter 1: Shelves and Surprises for Christmas

Lovely short story. I appreciate the Fforde reference; his books are amongst my favorites.

Author's Response: Thank you so much! Yes Fforde's books are brilliant and I thought they'd be something Hermione would enjoy :)



Reviewer: RiklaBluma Signed
Date: 03/08/15 Title: Chapter 1: Shelves and Surprises for Christmas

Lovely short story. I appreciate the Fforde reference; his books are amongst my favorites.