Summary: In any man who dies there dies with him,
his first snow and kiss and fight . . .
Not people die but worlds die in them
~Yevgeny Yevtushenko, "People"
His twin is dead, and as far as George can see, the whole world might as well have died, too. In other words, this is the story of how George Weasley grieved in seven steps. *one-shot*
Very touching, very emotional. Poor George; it was great to see how everyone reached out to him, tho. Great job.
Author's Response: Thank you. I'm glad you liked it! Poor George indeed, though :(
Summary: A distraught Hermione takes quill to parchment.
Lovely, lovely piece. Very believable Hermione voice. Made me tear up several times, especially right after they got back from Godric's Hollow--she must have been so terrified, as Harry lay there so ill, and her letter reflected that beautifully.
Author's Response: Thank you very much. I confess this is one of my favorite pieces that I have written, perhaps because I was in it for a long time and I just adore Hermione. I think I'm actually a bit intimidated about writing the second half of this, at this point... sigh. ;) Soon-ish. Thanks again for the review--I appreciate it.