Summary: 6th year. Harry and Ginny's friendship quickly turns into something more and they have to struggle through the Second War together. Trials and tribulations, drama, cuteness, excitement and a chunk of mystery.
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It's kinda funny to imagine ginny just kinda floating up the stairs in mid-air on a stretcher...hmm...
Okay now i'm seriously worried about Ginny! I don't know why...she just seems to beacting kinda wierd to me...or maybe it's the room! I don't know! Something just worries me here...
Summary: Originally written for the SIYE summer challenge. Hermione invites Harry, Ron, and Ginny to her house to attend a Muggle carnival. What happens when four kids who have been forced to live under adult pressures are suddenly allowed to act like kids?
DUDE! SEQUEL! NOW! HURRY!
Summary: It's funny about wars. They drive people to do things we never would ordinarily--good and bad. Harry and I had only been dating for four months. He loved me--I know that and I knew it then--but if there hadn't been a war, he would have waited. I think he just wanted something to hold onto...for when it was all over.
Ron comes across Ginny's diary, four years after the war has ended.EDIT: 1000 reads!
I'm crying...that was so sad! I know it might sound disturbed but for some reason i just kept telling Ginny to go ahead and just...just kill herself so they could just be together...but on a happier note...[SPOILER ALERT]...Harry lives! YAY!
Summary: Sequel to Always Stick Together. After the life-changing events of the last few weeks, and the emotional ending to Always Stick Together, the wizarding world prepares to fight for their freedom. Harry is going to have to play a key role in the battle and Ginny is willing to do anything to get them through the Second War... Love, unity, friendship and courage will all be tested in this battle between good and evil - but will it all come to a happy ending?
Reading Always Stick Together first is not completely necessary, but it would help this story to make more sense!
That's not a very cheerful ending is it? You can't kill Ginny-it doesn't work that way!!!!! Kingsley can die-Percy can die-Bill can die-Charlie can die-Fleur can die-Voldemort can definatly die-but Ginny CANNOT die!!!!!!!!!!!! That's like killing Ron or Hermione! You killed the only person Harry ever loved!!! It was a good story up until now! Well...don't get me wrong...i see what you were trying to do-Ginny died for him-but couldn't you somehow let her live? If JKR would have done that i would have burned my Harry Potter books!
Paragraph 3; Sentence 2-TUMMY?!?!?!?!?! I hate that word! It sound like something off of Sesame Street!!!!! Anyway...i love your stories!
omg...Ron's gonna freak...oh well. He'll get over it! :)
It says "the two GIRLS' hands, but what about Ron?
Summary: A HBP Missing Moment. Warning: This fic is loaded with HBP spoilers, read it only after you've read canon. Harry is lying in bed going over the details of his traumatic night. He feels he is truly alone...but is he?
wow! i love your one-shots! i like things short and sweet without all the suspense of waiting for another chapter! Oh and by the way, i LOVED that you mentioned the monster in Harry's chest! The monster is my favorite character! I was so pissed at the abscence of the monster in DH! oh well! Cheerio! ~Melissa Hope
Summary: After taking different paths a couple of years ago, Ron and Hermione find each other again, both of them wondering if their separation was a mistake. This applies especially to Hermione, who is leading an empty, unhappy life next to her fiance.
UPDATE (12/7/11): Newest chapter posted. Let us hope next one doesn't take me a year.
That Mrs.Sandford is an evil, controlling, pshyco, little witch!...That was probably a bad insult considering she IS a witch! I tend to do that a lot actually. Yesterday i call my sister a muggle before realizing that I myself along with every other person on the face of the earth is a muggle! anyway...I love this story! Keep on writing! -Melissa Hope : ]
Author's Response: I do that all the time. Thanks for reading!