I opened my eyes expecting to see Fred, but instead I saw Percy and remembered: Fred is dead.
George is having a hard time dealing with Fred's death. He wishes more than anything that things could go back to normal. But with a little help from a certain Weasley, he accepts that perhaps it's okay to be sad.
Credit for the title goes to James Lincoln Collier and Christopher Collier, who wrote 'My Brother Sam is Dead'
Wonderful job, in my opinion. George's plight is a painful situation that the series left us with, but I don't think many were brave enough to tackle it. It's great that you managed to be sensitive without making it too heavy. Interestingly, it read sort of like a realistic fiction first person narration.
Author's Response: Wow, thank you! I\'m glad it didn\'t seem too heavy =)
Summary: After losing a bet, Professor Severus Snape is forced to accompany Professor Filius Flitwick on a speed-dating event. Will he manage to survive the witless witches and the maddening MC? Or will he leaved with more than he bargained for?
Hahahaha!! I am impressed. Especially fun to read on Valentine's Day.
Author's Response: Snape and Valentine\'s Day. Hmm...you\'ve got the wheels in my head turning at a rather alarming rate. *evilgrin*