|SIYE Time:4:34 on 24th January 2020|
When 10-year old Ginny finally learns whom the 11-year old, black-haired boy was that her mum helped get onto Platform nine and three quarters, she started to see her dreams come true. When her first-year brother Ron writes home telling the family of his and his friend Harry’s adventures together, she finally gets the courage to write him and introduce herself. This leads to a year of correspondence friendship.
| Fantasy For Truth by Wooster [Reviews - 54] |
*** The author has been reminded via the e-mail address on file that this story is listed as incomplete and has not been updated in over 2 years ***
The boy on the platform who’d asked her mum how to get on to the platform hadn’t looked a thing like the boy on the cover of her children’s book...The girl who’d run after the train had the real family he could only dream of. First in the Exchange series
| Friends, At Least? by werekitten [Reviews - 138] |
** Honorable Mention (tie) in the When Ginny Met Harry Challenge **
Ginny Weasley is disappointed by her first view of Harry Potter, but quickly realizes that she is more than ready to forgive. She starts a pen-pal correspondence in hopes of becoming friends with Harry, and then perhaps more...
| Harry Potter, Meet Ginny Weasley by QwayMelqnu [Reviews - 29] |
Ginny finds out that her older brother Ron has somehow befriended 'The Boy Who Lived'. After hearing a little bit about him through Ron's letters, Ginny realizes that she doesn't know as much about Harry Potter as she thought she did. (Rated [R] for the last section, just to be on the safe side.) - Written for the 'When Ginny Met Harry (1-2007) Challenge'.
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