G. Norman Lippert's Controversial "Harry's First Christmas"

fordanglia
December 15th, 2008, 6:32 pm
Greetings Mugglenet Friends,

You may or may not have heard of the rather controversial HP fan-fiction series that began with "James Potter and the Hall of Elders' Crossing", which debuted a year ago and has since been read by over a million people worldwide.

Now, for your very astute inspection, the author presents a new collection of short holiday stories:

Harry's First Christmas (http://www.harrysfirstchristmas.com)
http://www.harrysfirstchristmas.com/images/hpchristmasBanner_square.jpg (http://www.harrysfirstchristmas.com)

"Merlin's Gift" is a Founders-era tale that features all four of the original Hogwarts Founders in a pithy adventure facing a very clever holiday werewolf.
http://www.harrysfirstchristmas.com/images/founderssmall.jpg


"Harry's First Christmas" is a poignant Marauders-era tale detailing Harry's first - and only - Christmas with his parents, with appearances by all the marauders, Severus Snape, and even an unnamed (and unmentionable) certain very dark wizard...
http://www.harrysfirstchristmas.com/images/potterssmall.jpg
And finally, "Petra's Getaway" is a James Potter II story that is better experienced than described, although if you have not read either of the James Potter tales, it will contain a bit of a spoiler.
http://www.harrysfirstchristmas.com/images/petrasmall.jpg
The author would highly prize feedback from all the very discerning readers and HP fans at Mugglenet. Do join us for the discussion.