|SIYE Time:9:36 on 14th February 2016|
The war is over. The celebrations and funerals have all been attended to. And the trio agrees to go back to Hogwarts to complete their last year of school. But before September 1st arrives, Arthur Weasley and Harry have an unusual discussion one evening away from the Burrow. This leads Harry to make some big decisions during the school year, remembering he is now of age and has a real future ahead of him.
| Harry Potter and the Affairs of State by Nuvisionary [Reviews - 56] |
** Winner of Adulthood in the “Potter’s Affairs” Challenge **
Somehow the idea of slipping into the pages of history is just not something Harry can do yet. It's not that he minds getting his affairs in order so he can go on with his life - it's that everyone else cares.
EVERYONE IS MISSING CHAPTER 5 - PLEASE DON'T MISS IT - IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO THE CONTEXT OF THE STORY
| All the Toys of the World by the mystery tramp [Reviews - 12] |
** Winner of Drama in the “Potter’s Affairs” Challenge **
It's like he's broken, maybe. Like he's a little wind-up toy who's lost his key—and some big blundering idiot of a kid stuck a knife in his back instead, and turned, turned, turned—wound him up so he's still moving, still breathing... but not like before.
| Foundations by Rogan [Reviews - 38] |
** Honorable Mention in the “Potter’s Affairs” Challenge **
Some time after the Battle of Hogwarts, Harry is in the process of picking up his life again. When Mr. Weasley overhears Harry talking in his sleep, and Harry receives some rather disturbing news from Gringotts and the Minister of Magic, his future suddenly becomes a bit more interesting than even he could have imagined.
Written for the SIYE Potter's Affairs Challenge (2008-04)
| Speculations: What Every Wizard Wants by Spenser Hemmingway [Reviews - 23] |
** Winner of Best Overall in the “Potter’s Affairs” Challenge **
Thornton Wilder utilized the line in his The Matchmaker (aka Hello Dolly!): "Money is like manure; it's not worth a thing unless it's spread around encouraging young things to grow." Harry and Ginny think it is indeed just like the cow pies, but for entirely different reasons. Everyone else has great ideas for applying the fertilizer--but who's right?
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