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After another evening in the common room trying to determine if Harry fancies her more than just friendship, Ginny goes to bed frustrated. Lily Potter, looking down from the afterlife, decides to help her train to assist Harry in fighting the war against Voldemort and to win over her son, not necessarily in that order. So, as Ginny sleeps, she and Lily collaborate their efforts in her mind.
The Challenge is to write a story about how Lily tutors Ginny and how Ginny uses her new knowledge.
| Girl Talk by sapphire200182 [Reviews - 45] |
** Winner of Best Adventure in the Girl Talk Challenge **
Three months into her fifth year at Hogwarts, Ginny Weasley starts having dreams with none other than Lily Potter, the mother of a certain green-eyed boy. Lily has plenty to offer in terms of extra lessons and advice, but as the Wizarding World falls under the lengthening shadow of the returned Lord Voldemort, perhaps the best help Lily can offer is friendship. Canon-compliant, written for SIYE Girl Talk Challenge 2010.
PG - Post-OotP
, Girl Talk Challenge (2010-3)
- Action/Adventure, Angst - Warnings: Mild Language - Words: 31564
Completed: Yes - Chapters: 5 - Published: 2010.06.12 - Updated: 2010.06.30 - Hits: 14590
| The Gift of Love by Potterfan922 [Reviews - 42] |
Ginny Weasley never thought Harry could ever have feelings for her. With Lily Potter’s help, Ginny learns that anything is possible if you’ve got enough nerve. And that is what makes all the difference.
| Wings! by Spenser Hemmingway [Reviews - 7] |
“To sleep--perchance to dream, ay, there’s the rub; for in that sleep of death what dreams may come?” For Ginny, the answer to Hamlet’s question may finally be answered. For a small child, the answer must be avoided at all costs. For a loving mother and grandmother, the answer is the key to her family’s future. For someone from another future, a valuable opportunity has presented itself. Naturally, all of it leads to yet another story for our favorite inept carpenter. By the way, yes folks--Zu Zu Bailey’s teacher was correct.
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