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11th June 2007

snake_easing2:24pm: Every Man Alive, 1/1 (Harry Potter, PG)
Title: Every Man Alive

Author: snake_easing

Fandom: Harry Potter

Rating: PG

shakespeare_ch challenge line: 'Affliction may one day smile again; but till then, sit thee down, Sorrow!' (Love's Labour's Lost, I.i). Another Shakespearean passage that became important to this story is quoted at the end.

Author's Note: Well, this was started several years ago, but it's time to call it done, I think. Thanks for the beta, Mom!

Summary: After the war, Harry has a lot of adjusting to do. The Weasley family—and Percy and Fred especially—are having an even harder time.

Warning: Mentions of character death.

Link: Every Man Alive

3rd December 2004

mickawber11:55am: Challenge Entry--Finally
So, I signed up for this challenge months ago, and Rynne sent me the prompt, "True it is, we have seen better days" from As You Like It--which made me laugh, because I played Duke Senior once (when I was all of 23) and spoke those lines.

I started writing the following fic and just... got too depressed. The whole thing was too sad. So I put it away for a while. And then Luna came, and showed me a different direction to head in.

See if you can spot the splice point.

Title: Better Days
Fandom: HP. Post book 7.
Rating: G
Length: 1800 words
Characters: Luna and Ginny.
Warnings: References to the deaths of many characters you probably would rather not have die.
Summary: "It wasn't until she returned to Hogwarts the next September that it really hit Ginny. She was alone."

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1st September 2004

thistlerose7:45pm: [fic] Brian and Rebecca
Title: Brian and Rebecca
Author: Thistlerose
Fandom: Ivanhoe, by Sir Walter Scott
Rating: PG-13
Characters/pairings (if applicable): see title
Summary: Years after she fled her country of birth, Rebecca learns of new turmoil in England, and finds herself confronting a ghost she thought she'd laid to rest.
Notes/warnings: Thank you, rynne, for the beta read.
Ferdinand: Here ’s my hand.
Miranda: And mine, with my heart in ’t.

The Tempest, Act III, scene i

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8th August 2004

erised181010:24pm: fic, broken
Title: Broken
author: Selune
Rating; G
characters: Peter Petigrew
But man, proud man, Drest in a little brief authority, Most ignorant
of what he ’s most assured, His glassy essence, like an angry ape,
Plays such fantastic tricks before high heaven As make the angels
Measure for Measure, Act II, scene ii
summary: Peter tries to save his skin oen lasttime. mind you, he onl ytries...
notes: I hope this does justice to the feel of the lines I was given.
anything in bodl is suposedt obe handwriting.
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6th August 2004

ridicu_liz11:04pm: Shakespearean Line Challenge
Title: Regret
Author: ridicu_liz
Fandom: Harry Potter
Rating: PG
Characters/pairings: Lucius, Draco, gen.
Summary: Lucius reflects
Notes/Warnings: Character death. Beta'd by the amazing and ever-patient ave_athanasy. Please feed the author and review.

Though those that are betray’d do feel the treason sharply,
yet the traitor stands in the worse case of woe.

Cymbeline, Act III, Scene IV.

Current Mood: accomplished

27th July 2004

thieving_gypsy8:37am: Harry James - G - 600 words
Title: Harry James
Author: Mieko
Fandom: Harry Potter
Rating: G
Characters/pairings: Remus/Sirius
Summary: Remus moves into 12 Grimmauld Place.
Notes/warnings: Only a vague link to the lines. XD I didn't want to include them, just the feel of them, sort of.

Hear my soul speak!
The very instant that I saw you, did
My heart fly to your service; there resides,
To make me slave to it; and for your sake
Am I this patient log-man.

- The Tempest, Act III, scene i

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Current Mood: pleased
archon_mentha12:08am: Mercy
Title: Mercy
Author: archon_mentha
Fandom: Harry Potter
Rating: PG
Characters/pairings: Gen, Snape-centric, Lily
Summary: Lily teaches Snape a lesson
Notes/warnings: No real warning...something that borders on mpreg, but isn't

The quality of mercy is not strained;
It droppeth as the gentle rain from heaven
Unto the place beneath. It is twice blest;
It blesseth him that gives and him that takes.

The Merchant of Venice, Act IV, scene I

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Current Mood: peaceful
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