Chapter 3-The Deathly HallowsBeing Neville Longbottom was proving to be very, very difficult.Chapter 3-The Deathly Hallows by cleverusername95
It's not like he meant to leave that list of passwords lying around. He knew it was rather stupid to have them written down in the first place, but they were so hard to remember, especially with that mental Sir Cadugan changing them several times a day. He certainly wasn't trying to help Sirius Black break into the boy's dormitory.
That didn't stop Professor McGonnagal.
"What were you thinking?" she screeched. "Leaving those passwords around so ANYONE could find them! Why do you think we have passwords, Mr. Longbottom? Certainly not so that some forgetful, irresponsible little boy can just leave them lying around and jeopardizing everyone's safety! Mr. Ronald Weasley was attacked, boy! Do you realize that?"
"I know, ma'am," Neville responded in a quivering voice. He shifted around in Professor McGonnagals chair, nervously. He felt absolutely awful about Ron. "I didn't mean to lose the passwords. It was an accid
Chapter Two-Families and FrogsThe rest of the week went better than any time Ginny could remember since before she started Hogwarts. She liked Luna very much, even if she was quite odd, and having a best friend made school much more fun. Luna seemed happier, too- Ginny saw her smiling in the hallways, very different from the faraway, almost sad look she usually wore. The two shared a fondness for Muggle books, which Ginny managed to "borrow" from her father- a Muggle enthusiast- and Luna's mother, also fascinated by Muggle things herself, passed on to her when she was young.Chapter Two-Families and Frogs by cleverusername95
The two of them met up that morning under a tree near the lake, and after returning the books they traded ("Oh, I loved it! 'What a treacherous thing, to believe that a person is more than a person.' ... I really think John's my new favorite author!" "Oh, isn't he wonderful? I loved yours, too. It was funny and serious all at once....Mr. Sir reminded me of Filch.") they began to people-watch, while eating Chocolate Frogs.
"There's my br
Chapter One: Ginny SpeaksIt was a Wednesday in January. Amanda McDonald and Natalie Lane were sitting in Potions class, listening to Snape drown on about something that was no doubt boring and useless. Amanda tapped her quill against her desk rhythmically, waiting for it to be over. She looked around the classroom at the bored faces of her classmates. Luna Lovegood was reading The Quibbler under her desk. Amanda chuckled. That girl was hilarious. The class ended an eternity later, and the two got out of their seats, and resumed their favorite pastime: picking on LunaChapter One: Ginny Speaks by cleverusername95
"Hey, Luna! That's a GREAT necklace you have there," said Amanda, giggling, as they walked over to Luna's seat, where she was putting books into her bag as the class around them left, except for a few other Gryffindors who gathered around to watch.
"I know you're making fun of me." said Luna very softly, which caused both girls to shriek with laughter.
"No!" said a giggly Natalie Lane. "It's SO cool, Luna. What are those, Butterbeer corks? Where d