Real name: April
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A well-done -- if sad -- inner dialogue of Draco.
No, he could never take down his shell. He would never be able to for as long as he lived, for shells are there for a reason.
I really liked this, very moving. You want to shake Draco, but would that even work. And at the end, he's trapped in that shell, and knows it.
Thanks, April! Yeah, that line is one of my favorites in this story. And yep, he's not going to find a way to take it down, hehe. Thanks, again. :D
Neville reflects on his past with his parents during a coming-of-age ritual.
Our favorite red-head needs to go to the bathroom at King's Cross Station, right before the Hogwarts Express leaves. Hilarity ensues as Ron discovers motion-sensor toilets, sinks, and hand-dryers!
A snippet of Ron/Hermione at the end!
I'd say I love you, but that would be a lie.
He floats in an endless darkness, alone, it seems, until he collides with another being and becomes enveloped in memories that are not his...When he finds the Veil, he sees the way out...
Harry Potter is wandering the streets of Little Whinging the night after Dumbledore's funeral. Tears still litter his eyes as he thinks about his deceased mentor.
However, a distraction arrives in the form of a thieving, smoking seventeen year-old girl. Unfortunately for himself, Harry, accidentally, accepts a date from her. Watch Harry from the safety of your computer as he tries to survive a night with his new 'girlfriend'!
*has serious writer's block*
Yep. That was one of my main points in chapter #2, their reaction. I couldn't help laughing myself when I wrote it, though, so you should enjoy it. But I'm stuck at like 1500 words. :P
Pansy has the ideal life. She has married into the richest family alive, she is the mother of a beautiful son - she has everything anyone could ever dream of, but it does not give her the satisfaction she had once thought it would. One day, when a strange letter arrives, Pansy is forced to reconsider her choices. Are there any second chances? Pansy/Luna, mentions of Ginny/Luna and Harry/Draco.
She wakes up and doesn't remember. Anything at all. They tell her that her name is Luna Lovegood, but how can they be sure? Everything seems to be but broken pieces of a puzzle - her history seems to be as mysterious as the hidden, dark side of the moon. She wants to know who she is - and what does the girl in the picture have to do with anything?
Pansy remembers being a little girl in frilly dresses - back then the world was simple. Now she is forced to grow up and the world is changing around her, too fast for her dreams to follow.