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We are a multi-fandom/original fiction community with roots in the Harry Potter fandom community. We strive to maintain a strong focus on author feedback and inclusive writing. Here on the forums, you can join a house and participate in House Cup events, participate in writing challenges, play games, and much more!

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Showing content with the highest reputation on 01/07/2018 in all areas

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    I'm revelling in all the BLUE at the bottom of the page. *snuggles all the *
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    Hi friends. I haven't logged on in a while... but new years always have me feeling nostalgic. So I'm back. And I am finally starting to transfer stories over to the HPFT Archive. If you haven't yet read The Possibility of After (M), take a look.
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    (Maybe if I post here, the world will magically shift time so that I can actually sit down and read.) I'm going to be trying to complete this+ reading challenge here. We'll see how it goes. To Read: The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov Catch-22 by Joseph Heller The Sympathizer by Viet Thanh Nguyen To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood Daughter of Fortune by Isabel Allende Oathbringer by Brandon Sanderson Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli A Skinful of Shadows by Frances Hardinge The Soul of an Octopus by Sy Montgomery Emma by Jane Austen The Lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro That's, uh, probably enough for now.
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    I was sad I didn't manage to get my entry finished, but all of the entries were of such a high standard and the winners are very well deserved and brilliant stories! Congratulations everyone Being gifted the Gryffie notebook is so unexpected, thank you!
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    “Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living, it's a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope.” ― Dr. Seuss Worldsmyths is a non-role playing community of fantasy writers and readers who enjoy looking through the wrong end of a telescope, filled with writers of diverse backgrounds and experiences. We discuss everything from writer's block to cliches, to magic systems and technology as well as other things such as helpful resources and more. Our library is members only and serves as a great way to read the writing that's been posted and give chapter-by-chapter reviews. We also have writing challenges every two weeks and a trove of writing prompts. Turn your telescope on to Worldsmyths and join us today! Features: *Writing discussion and resources *Writing prompts and challenges *Beta reading *Games *Members only library with opportunity for feedback *Friendly staff and members and much more! Worldsmyths || Twitter || Facebook || Pinterest
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    Randomly dropping in to say hello! I hope 2018 is treating you wonderfully so far. Have a great January!
  7. 1 point
    Just dropping by to say hello and that you're a wonderful person.
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    Congrats to all! I had such a great time reading all the entries. It was tough to score them - there was some real quality writing!
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    Congratulations to all of you! Kevin is right - it was hard to evaluate them because they were all amazing and well-written and such original ideas too! It was a pleasure to read them all! So thank you!
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    I have an idea for OF that’s going to be hopefully clever and creative and funny and I’m super excited to write it
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    Is there anyone that can help me with this paragraph I am working on? I just need advice because it doesn't flow right and sounds awkward no matter how many times I edit it and I feel like i'm going insane!!!
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    Ahh you guys, this is amazing - I honestly didn't expect anything, the other entries were incredible! Thank you so much! And congratulations to everyone else - all of the stories entered were unbelievably good. I don't know how the staff actually chose
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    If you (or anyone else - IIRC, @poppunkpadfoot was working on one, too?) finish it and want it included in the prefects' challenge series on the archive, let me know - I'll be happy to add it in, since it was written for the challenge! <3
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    OMGosh, this is so unexpected!! THANK YOU GUYS!!! I love you all too, and I truly do love being on the Staff Team, and getting to serve this community alongside such wonderful people!! Congrats to ALL the Challenge winners!! You guys certainly did not make it easy to judge this contest. Every entry was soo good!!! Everyone did such an amazing job, and I really enjoyed reading them. Well done, everyone!!!
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    These stories were seriously awesome! It was a tough task to evaluate them! I also was definitely not expecting any sort of anything so...Y'all have made me smile.
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    Congratulations, everyone! I loved reading these--you all did an amazingly wonderful job! Also, congratulations on the extra prizes, very well-deserved!
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    Congratulations everyone, so well deserved!
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    Congratulations to the winners! ☺ x
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