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| ||Rating: Mature||Story Reviews: 507|
Characters: Dean, Oliver, Seamus, OC, OtherCanon
Genre(s): Drama, Humor, Romance
Pairings: Other Pairing
First Published: 2012.09.25
Last Published Chapter: 2016.06.02
Last Updated: 2016.06.02
Favorite Story Of: 238 users
| ||Advisory: Contains profanity, Mild violence, Scenes of a sexual nature, Substance abuse|
|The HPFF Dobby Awards: Winner - Best Original Character (2014)|
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Edie Lennox is in a rut. With no money, a shoddy flat, and no love-life, her joke of a Witch Weekly internship is the cherry on top. But will a chance interview with Quidditch superstar Oliver Wood earn her a journalism career? Or will life continue to get in the way?
2014 Dobby: Best Original Character | 2013 Keckers: Best Original Character, Best Humour, Best Chaptered
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|1||Take Two and Call Me in the Morning
Firewhiskey, bromance and the Kenmare Kestrels.
|2||The Job Thousands would Kill For
Coffee, Goblin rights, and letdowns.
Quidditch players, bad snogs and dodgy deal-making.
|4||An Interview with Mister Wood
Star-struck Seamus, disguises and bad intentions.
|5||A Very Brief Foray into Journalism
Magic typewriters, celebrity gossip and surprise visits.
|6||Lessons in Chemistry
Eavesdropping, Saint Mungo's and a lack of grace.
|7||Hell Hath No Fury like Rose Zeller Scorned
Turning tables, imaginary explosions, sugar and spite.
Setups, tofu and menopause.
Tabloids, hipsters and plans made.
|10||And the Award Goes To...
Wedding dresses, spinach puffs and revenge.
|11||The Magic Touch
Plans foiled, little brothers, and slap-fights.
Petty theft, not-dates and The Hanging Moon.
|13||In a Puff of Smoke
Kestrell green, questions answered, and nativity scenes.
|14||A Funny Thing Happened
Scrubbing toilets, self-realizations and Howlers.
Fried eggs, daydreams and rude awakenings.
|16||Lisa Turpin-Finch-Fletchley Unravels
Breakfast disputes, irksome memories, and the first draft.
Hot cocoa, lurking about, and very bad ideas.
|18||You've Got Moxie, Kid
Disguises, flirty doorknobs, and Priori Incantatem.
|19||Nothin' but a Number
Distractions, broken eggs and fresh air.
Victories, losses, and potentially poisoned butterbeer.
|21||Apology Not Accepted
Relocations, prams and tiaras.
|22||Vanity, Not Love
Bathrobes, stern talkings-to, and squishy noses.
|23||The Opposite of Dreadful
Revolutions, smarmy pre-teens and Next-Times.
Dog-eared pages, lobster puffs and a wedding.
Learning to swim, letters, and bad waltzing.
|26||And What a Mess It's Been
“What would’ve happened, if we’d met under different circumstances?”
|27||The Unfortunate Truth
“The only difference is that you pretend to better than the rest of us! Don’t give me that holier than thou bollocks.”
|28||A King on Her Throne
“Crying won’t get you anywhere. You have to seize what’s yours and never apologize for it.”
|29||Happy New Year?
Well, there’s always scrubbing toilets at the Rusty Knight.
|30||Girl Seeks General Sense of Purpose
Suddenly, I realize it: I am the villain of my own story.
I’m too afraid to turn around. I want to stay suspended like this, in my excitement and nerves, in the moments before things could go terribly wrong.
|32||You Can Never Really Go Home
He kept it.
Clearly Ada thinks that I stayed at the Three Broomsticks last night, and I’m not going to correct her. Actually, I tried to have an “Adult Sleepover” with your older brother! And failed!
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