Okay, so I'm actually working on a coherent story here. A new thing for me. I'm going to summarize and quote bits of myself (behind cut tags) and ask for feed back and commentary.
Harry Potter and the Not Yet Entirely Fleshed Out Plot (a working title)
Rating: Like to be R at the very most. (Maybe the odd NC-17 scene....but not as part of the main story)
Disclaimer: Do I look like J.K. Rowling to you?
Our story begins late the summer after fifth year at the Burrow. Harry and Hermione come to spend the last two weeks of summer with the Weasleys. Hormones, as hormones are wont to be, are amok. Hermione has not magickally been transformed into a bosomy, sleek-haired sex goddess, but is quite fetching none-the-less. Ron and 'Mione fall into a fight-snog-fight pattern that isn't quite a relationship, and isn't entirely satisfying. Harry, meanwhile, is moody and becoming lonely.
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And so, a seed is planted, and 'Mione and Ron both start to wonder about Harry. Meanwhile, our boy hero is
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Meanwhile, there is an actual plot at work here. When the students return to Hogwarts and file into History of Magic for the first time, they are greeted by a most unwelcome sight. Snape.
Tune in next week, as we answer these stirring and important questions: Why the heck is Snape in Binns' class, and where is Binns? Will good English breeding over-come teenaged hormonal curiousity? Does Hermione know when Ron is trying to play her? Does Draco really practice his indolent pose in front of the mirror, or does it just come naturally? Why does his breath smell like peppermints, and why on earth did Harry happen to notice it?
And what is happening to Hogwarts' ghosts?