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06/13/08




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Newsworthy Conversation by x2pttrclue32

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 15 Reviews
Summary: Rita Skeeter is infamous for her brutal reports on the happenings within the Wizarding community in the Daily Prophet. Xenophilius Lovegood is just as infamous for his ludicrous stories in The Quibbler.

But when one reporter gets some dirt on the other, how far will each go to convince the minds of their readers?

[Won honorable mention in the Full Moon One-Shot Challenge on the beta boards. Topic: "Extra! Extra! Read all about it!"]
Reviewer: BoingBoing Signed
Date: 06/15/08 Title: Chapter 1: Newsworthy Conversation

Well, it's a good thing the dementors have been removed (if they were). If they were still there, Rita Skeeter could just sneak past them, like Sirius Black did.

LOVED IT



The Muggle Muggle Studies Teacher by TheSmirkingDragon

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 35 Reviews
Summary: After being hooked up with a job teaching at Hogwarts by her little sister, Muggle Chastity Fagman is the first Muggle Muggle Studies teacher Hogwarts has ever seen. But after the Headmaster slips about her strictly non-magical status, all of her students know that she can't do anything magical. What will happen in her first class?

This story contains some language not suitable for younger readers and crude humor. Maybe.
Reviewer: BoingBoing Signed
Date: 06/15/08 Title: Chapter 1: Chapter 1

Doesn't that spell only last for a short period of time, so she would be revived before the end of class?

Other than that, LOVED IT. Who knew third years could be so immature...

Author's Response: I'll venture a guess and say that either they continued to recast the spell whenever it wore off, or it was a different spell. You can pick which. I did! And so can fourth years, and fifth years, and sixth years. . . .