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Philosopher’s Stone

the boy who lived

the vanishing glass - AU with Wolfstar

letters from no one

diagon alley

platform 9¾

sorting ceremony

the potions master - AU with Wolfstar

troll in the dungeon

flying lessons

the midnight duel

gryffindor vs. slyhterin

the invisibility cloak

mirror of erised

Chamber of Secrets

whomping willow

the chamber of secrets

Prisoner of Azkaban

aunt marge’s big mistake

professor lupin

expecto patronum

the map

cat, rat & dog

Goblet of Fire

alastor “mad-eye” moody

the goblet of fire

hungarian horntail

the second task

flesh, blood & bone

Order of the Phoenix

detention

closed ward

occlumency lessons

cho

snape’s worst memory

behind the veil

Half-Blood Prince

redhead

Deathly Hallows

coward

regulus arcturus black

godric’s hollow - AU with Wolfstar

Teddy Remus Lupin

Epilogue

my moony

leather & gasoline

Albus Severus Potter

James Sirius Potter

Lily Luna Potter

the hufflepuff

the slytherin

AU

the talk

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Abernathy: I’ve established a scientifically perfect, ten-point scale of human beauty. Queenie is a 7.4, which is way too high for Jacob, who is a 3.8. 10 is MACUSA legend Percival Graves. 

(Parks and Recreation; season 2, episode 4: Practice Date)

FIC: Missing Pieces - GingerWitchWriter

Title: Missing Pieces

Author: GingerWitchWriter

Word count: 40,796

Alternate links: N/A

Rating: Mature

Warnings:  None

Author’s summary: Ron and Hermione have a happy life together. 2.4 kids, successful careers and a strong, happy marriage. Until tragedy strikes. Life is no longer so happy and, after an alarming find, about to become even more rocky. Can things ever be the same again?

Why everyone should read this: This is not a fic one wants to start if they only have a few minutes to kill on a busy day. This story needs to be curled up with, with the reader cozy and ready for the long haul. At 24 chapters, this fic is far from a drabble, but this story is well worth the time. You will think “Okay, just one more chapter…” more often than you probably should.