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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 01/22/2018 in all areas

  1. 2 points
    @RoxiMalfoy @just.a.willow.tree I've already told you this, but your reviews are complete! Two slots open.
  2. 1 point
    Would wizard parents do some stuff without magic (like clean up a mess) so their child understands magic versus not magic stuff?
  3. 1 point
    Hufflepuff: 3 Gryffindor: 2 Ravenclaw: 44 SlytherWIN: 6 Muggle: 5
  4. 1 point
    DON'T BE RIDICULOUS THERE IS NO LACK IN QUALITY. I just meant I think that your writing at the end of Icarus is stronger than Dear Myrtle, but both are exceptional.
  5. 1 point
    Title: This Final Adventure Author: @MegGonagall Link: M Length/Completed: 6830 words (5 chapters)/Yes Pairings: N/A Genres: Angst; dark/horror; drama Summary: Maybe he should have had one more drink before partaking in this final adventure. Reason for Recommending: This is such a wonderfully written story about how Regulus goes to destroy the locket Horcrux. Regulus' voice is so strong throughout, and Meg's written him with great empathy, which is a delight to read. The flashbacks add a lot of context and I really enjoyed the depth they gave the story overall. It's quite heavy on the feels, but I came away feeling totally satisfied (and not that sad, I promise!). Cameos include Sirius, Kreacher, Bellatrix, and even Voldemort himself!
  6. 1 point
    Would anyone like to do a fake NaNo in February, to liven up that boring month and try to get wayward muses and writing back on track? I really want to get back into my post musical (November) writing swing, but think I could use some buddies on the journey...
  7. 1 point
    All of the above reviews are completed!