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Thank you — “Making a Memory” places in Rare Pair Drabble Category

I just discovered that my Remus/Lily drabble, “Making a Memory,” received third place in the HP Fanfic Fan Poll Awards for Fall/Winter 2013-14. Here’s the pretty banner they gave me!

Thank you to everyone who participated in the Fan Poll Awards, from the organizers, the nominators, the authors, and the voters! Check out the poll results if you’re looking for some new, highly recommended fanfic to read.

To read the entire series of Remus Lupin drabbles, of which “Making a Memory” is the second, hop over to “Being Remus” on either An Archive of Our Own or TPP.

May Drabble #5: “Leaving Hogwarts … Again”

Full moonHere is the final drabble for Remus Lupin. Here, he’s joined by Albus Dumbledore. Takes place the seventh of June 1994.

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“Leaving Hogwarts … Again”

by MMADfan

“We both knew something would happen, Professor.” Remus smiled wanly. “I lasted the year, and I’m not dead. And things could have gone much worse last night.” Continue reading

May Drabble #4: “Just Business”

Full moonOne-hundred words for Remus. This one is set in the year after he left school.

“Just Business”

“You wanted to see me, sir?” Remus asked, as the door closed behind him.

“I’ve got to let you go, Lupin.” Continue reading

May Drabble #3: “Constant Care”

Full moonThe third in this month’s drabbles is a single, just 100 words. Again, this one features Remus Lupin. It’s the end of the seventh year. Rated G.

“Constant Care”

by MMADfan

Remus wasn’t sure where he’d be next month. He’d go stay with Sirius for a week, but no longer. He didn’t want to be beholden. Continue reading

May Drabble #2: “Making a Memory”

Full moonHere’s the second of the May drabbles, again, a double drabble. This one features Lily Evans with Remus; it’s set in their sixth year. Rated G-ish or T-ish.

“Making a Memory”

by MMADfan

“What’s wrong, Remus?”

“Nothing.” He threw his sandwich to the giant squid.

Sitting beside him on the big flat rock, Lily put her hand on his shoulder. “You only come here when something’s bothering you.” Continue reading