March 20th, 2006

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The Final Countdown, Chapter One

The Final Countdown



This was started as a challenge on the yahoo group: Harry and Hermione forever. The challenge guidelines are:

1. Must include the phrase Sproglets
2. Must be a New Year's special
3. Must include the phrade Fudge is a blubbering idiot
4. Harry and Hermione must kiss
5. Ron must be jealous
6. Sirius must set D/G up
7. Winky must come in with a tea tray
8. Remus must set H/H up
9. You may only use characters from Harry Potter, no original characters or crossovers!
10. There must be a trial where Sirius is cleared
11. Buckbeak must come back to live with Hagrid with the promise of
never being killed
12. Snape must take at least 20 points of Slytherin and must give at
least 30 points to Gryffindor, but may not take points off Grffindor
and give points to Slytherin!


The Analysis


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Behind the Bookshelves, Part One

Title: Behind the Bookshelves
Genre: Romance
Rating: PG-13
Summary: A chance meeting in London in the summer before sixth year between Harry and Hermione leads to sparks flying... or at least Hermione wishes it did. Can any boy really be THAT oblivious?
Length: Long one shot
Spoilers: HP 1-5
Warnings: This was written BEFORE the publication of HBP.
Ships: H/Hr
Additional disclaimer: The film of Evelina does not exist, but the book by Fanny Burney where the quotations come from, does. The quotation from Gone with the Wind is by Magaret Mitchell.

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Behind the Bookshelves, Part Two

Title: Behind the Bookshelves
Genre: Romance
Rating: PG-13
Summary: A chance meeting in London in the summer before sixth year between Harry and Hermione leads to sparks flying... or at least Hermione wishes it did. Can any boy really be THAT oblivious?
Length: Long one shot
Spoilers: HP 1-5
Warnings: This was written BEFORE the publication of HBP.
Ships: H/Hr
Additional disclaimer: The film of Evelina does not exist, but the book by Fanny Burney where the quotations come from, does. The quotation from Gone with the Wind is by Magaret Mitchell.

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