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  • Is anyone else having a hard time with the news of Chadwick Boseman's passing? I think what's hit me the hardest are the things people have shared about him on the set of different films, Josh Gad's tweet with one of their final texts, and just following the MCU as much as I do (the MCU and HP are big 'obsessions' of mine) and just seeing something special in his eyes. We know now how much of a fight he was experiencing in his own life as he was taking on the role of such a massive superhero - it's impossible to see him as anything less than a superhero in real life, too. I get down with my own depression and anxiety sometimes, but if it wasn't a kick in the butt for me that he was fighting terminal cancer and still found the beauty in the city after a storm (if you haven't read his text to Josh Gad, I recommend it). It really makes you think...if someone can face that and still smile...why can't I? I've always been a huge fan of Chadwick, and so many people have solidified that for the rest of the world now too...he'll always have a special place in my heart - and my son's. He's been really upset the last few days - but there's beauty in everything Chadwick left behind. A lot of people question why fans get so upset when celebrities pass away, but I feel like it's because they take up a big part of our lives in their work, and a lot of what they leave behind can inspire people in many different ways.
    loveinkwell
    loveinkwell
    You're not the only one! When I heard of his passing on Friday night, I actually burst into huge ugly tears. (Admittedly, this was after a night of drinking, so I was feeling extra tender.) He really was a hero, how he gave such a phenomenal performance, full of grace, dignity, and power, while the eyes of the whole world were on him. This was a real tragedy - he was so young and had so much left to give. It really reminded me that our time on this earth is not guaranteed. It's short and precious. Chadwick made the most of his, but he's gone too soon :(
    ScorpionQueen
    ScorpionQueen
    I know right! I love Black Panther and Chadwick Boseman was just the coolest! I really admire him for living with cancer for years without telling anyone. He will live on in our hearts.
    Bookpanda12
    Bookpanda12
    @Ginny Lovegood, I would have a heart attack too!

    the Black Panther movies are really good!
    Hello Everyone,

    I've added a new section to our Guidelines that I'd appreciate our community read. If you've yet to look at our guidelines or have yet to see this, please click the link and read them.

    Thanks for being here,
    Ashley
    Don't forget to check out the 'Gather' section, there's a thread for a collaborative work of fanfiction I'd love to create with all of you!
    Hello …



    We, family and friends and fellows and followers and fans of author Loic Cabrel, are writing you for we want and will and wish you to hugely help us in speaking and spreading and sharing the word about Harry Potter Author J.K. Rowling’s Political Fairytale Book Penned and Published by her second cousin — Author Loic Cabrel, as a new and novel fantasy book: Terrie, The Sorcerer, and do so with your family and friends and fellows and followers on this site and on your social media sites.



    Loic Cabrel, the Author, is a family and friend of Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling, with whose permission he has penned and published her prior purported political fairytale as a new and novel fantasy book: Terrie, The Sorcerer, and first book of a fantasy series: Terrie of Terrestria series – a sort of sequel and sort of spin-off to the Harry Potter series. The Terrie of Terrestria series is part itself of a super fantasy series: the Sorceria or Sorcering State series – a sort of sequel and sort of spin-off to the Harry Potter series, and also of a sort of shared universe and shared world with Harry Potter.



    The Terrie of Terrestria series is a series whose story takes place in the Terrestria section which is the terrestrial section of Sorceria the sorcering world, and also a greenish Earth section situated cardinally in Sorceria’s North-and-Up, and in which sorcerers and sorceresses walk with legs on its grounds or groundlands, and its central character called Terrie. Terrie, The Sorcerer is the first book of this Terrie of Terrestria series.



    It features original spells (in strong-and-sharp sounds of spells’ sparks-and-sparkles) and sorceries (in soft-and-slight sounds of sorceries’ shines-and-shimmers) and shamanisms (in scream-and-screech sounds of shamanisms’ sleeks-and-sheens), spelled by saint-aka-sacred vs. satanic-aka-sacrilegious sorcerers and sorceresses, with staffs for senior sorcerers + sticks for small sorcerers + staves for superior sorcerers + sceptres for sovereign sorcerers, and in a sorcering world named Sorceria or the Sorcering State, and in a sorcery school named Scholaria School of Sorcery and Sorcerycraft; different from the wizardry and witchcraft, weaved by good and evil wizards and witches, with wands, in the wizarding and witchcraft world, and in the wizarding and witchcraft school of Hogwarts in the Harry Potter series.



    It features again sorcerers and sorceresses who ‘swirl’ on swirling saucers, ‘sweep’ on sweeping sweepsticks (sort of flying broomsticks), and ‘soar and swoop’ on soaring and swooping shags (sort of flying carpets); different from the wizards and witches flying on broomsticks in the Harry Potter series.



    It features also the sorcerers and sorceresses who sport/play as sport-teams and sporters/players in the three sorcering sports/Sorcero-Sports of Sorcero-Shot (which is a score-in sports in which shots are to be scored inside of score-posts), Sorcero-Shoot (which is a score-out sports in which shoots are to be scored outside of score-posts) and Sorcero-Soccer (which is a score-in and score-out sports in which shots and shoots as soccers are to be scored inside and outside of score-posts); different from the Quidditch sport played at Hogwarts and other schools of magic, and professionally by adult magicians in the Harry Potter series.



    It features the sorcerers and sorceresses in this Sorceria series that are of two types: the beneficent saint or sacred (Saints or Sacreds), and the maleficent satanic or sacrilegious (Satanists or Sacrileges).



    Loic Cabrel is an author and a British-born, a second cousin to J.K. Rowling and a descendant to Marian Volant – a sibling to Anne Volant (J. K. Rowling’s mother), and also a son of Marian Volant’s daughter whom she had with a French man from France, Louis Cabrel.
    Hello …



    We, family and friends and fellows and followers and fans of author Loic Cabrel, are writing you for we want and will and wish you to hugely help us in speaking and spreading and sharing the word about Harry Potter Author J.K. Rowling’s Political Fairytale Book Penned and Published by her second cousin — Author Loic Cabrel, as a new and novel fantasy book: Terrie, The Sorcerer, and do so with your family and friends and fellows and followers on this site and on your social media sites.



    Loic Cabrel, the Author, is a family and friend of Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling, with whose permission he has penned and published her prior purported political fairytale as a new and novel fantasy book: Terrie, The Sorcerer, and first book of a fantasy series: Terrie of Terrestria series – a sort of sequel and sort of spin-off to the Harry Potter series. The Terrie of Terrestria series is part itself of a super fantasy series: the Sorceria or Sorcering State series – a sort of sequel and sort of spin-off to the Harry Potter series, and also of a sort of shared universe and shared world with Harry Potter.



    The Terrie of Terrestria series is a series whose story takes place in the Terrestria section which is the terrestrial section of Sorceria the sorcering world, and also a greenish Earth section situated cardinally in Sorceria’s North-and-Up, and in which sorcerers and sorceresses walk with legs on its grounds or groundlands, and its central character called Terrie. Terrie, The Sorcerer is the first book of this Terrie of Terrestria series.



    It features original spells (in strong-and-sharp sounds of spells’ sparks-and-sparkles) and sorceries (in soft-and-slight sounds of sorceries’ shines-and-shimmers) and shamanisms (in scream-and-screech sounds of shamanisms’ sleeks-and-sheens), spelled by saint-aka-sacred vs. satanic-aka-sacrilegious sorcerers and sorceresses, with staffs for senior sorcerers + sticks for small sorcerers + staves for superior sorcerers + sceptres for sovereign sorcerers, and in a sorcering world named Sorceria or the Sorcering State, and in a sorcery school named Scholaria School of Sorcery and Sorcerycraft; different from the wizardry and witchcraft, weaved by good and evil wizards and witches, with wands, in the wizarding and witchcraft world, and in the wizarding and witchcraft school of Hogwarts in the Harry Potter series.



    It features again sorcerers and sorceresses who ‘swirl’ on swirling saucers, ‘sweep’ on sweeping sweepsticks (sort of flying broomsticks), and ‘soar and swoop’ on soaring and swooping shags (sort of flying carpets); different from the wizards and witches flying on broomsticks in the Harry Potter series.



    It features also the sorcerers and sorceresses who sport/play as sport-teams and sporters/players in the three sorcering sports/Sorcero-Sports of Sorcero-Shot (which is a score-in sports in which shots are to be scored inside of score-posts), Sorcero-Shoot (which is a score-out sports in which shoots are to be scored outside of score-posts) and Sorcero-Soccer (which is a score-in and score-out sports in which shots and shoots as soccers are to be scored inside and outside of score-posts); different from the Quidditch sport played at Hogwarts and other schools of magic, and professionally by adult magicians in the Harry Potter series.



    It features the sorcerers and sorceresses in this Sorceria series that are of two types: the beneficent saint or sacred (Saints or Sacreds), and the maleficent satanic or sacrilegious (Satanists or Sacrileges).



    Some story elements and plot points in this Terrie, The Sorcerer book similar to the Harry Potter books are:

    The Supershop whose Supershop Street is a high street and also a shopping street/shopping centre in the capital city: Sorceripolis for sacred sorcerers and sorceresses. Some of its shops it has are:



    The Serveryshop and Servery and the Snackshop and Snack (where they serve and sell snacks).



    The Stockshop/Stock: the Sorcerers Stock (where they stock the stocks (sums of money) to stock-out or stock-in their stocks).



    The Stickshop (where they sell sticks), the Staffshop (where they sell staffs), the Staveshop (where they stave-seller sell staves), and the Sceptreshop (where they sell sceptres).



    The Sewshop and Stitchshop (where they sew and stitch sorcerer-robes and sorcerer-clothes and sorcerer-clothing).



    The Sartorialshop (where they sartorial sorcerer-robes).



    The Sundaeshop and Syllabubshop (where they sell sundaes and syllabubs).



    The super Sportshop and its sub Shotshop and Shootshop and Soccershop (where they sell the sport and sporting shots and shoots and soccers supplies of the sorcering sports).



    The Stationeryshop and Scriptorialshop (where they sell stationeries and scriptorials (such as scriptures and scripts and screens, sheets and slabs and scrolls, styles and styluses and stencils, sprays and sprinkles, smears and smudges, substances, scoops and spatulas and spoons, mortar, calabashes, pestles, phials, syringes, serums/potions/philtres and all other sorcering substances).



    The Scriptureshop and Scriptshop and Screenshop (where they sell scriptures/scripturebooks (speechless/silent words and writings textbooks) and scripts/scriptbooks (speaking/saying words and writings textbooks) and screens/screenbooks (showing words and writings textbooks)).



    The Sheetshop and Slabshop and Scrollshop (where they sell sheets/sheetbooks (soft-books) and slabs/slabbooks (strong-books) and scrolls/scrollbooks (semi-soft and semi-strong books)), the Styleshop and Stylushop and Stencilshop (where they sell styles (pens) and styluses (pencils) and stencils (pens-and-pencils)), the Sprayshop and Sprinkleshop (where they sell sprays (inks) and sprinkles (inks)), the Smearshop and Smudgeshop (where they sell smears (erasers) and smudges (erasers)), the Substanceshop (where they sell substances (inks-and-erasers)), the Sorceropapershop and Sorceroparchmentshop and Sorceropapyrushop (where they sell sorceropapers and sorceroparchments and sorceropapyruses), the Scoopshop and Spatulashop and Spoonshop (where they sell scoops and spatulas and spoons).



    The Sweepstickshop and Sweepstaffshop and Sweepstaveshop and Sweepsceptreshop (where they sell the sweepsticks and sweepstaffs and sweepstaves and sweepsceptres), with these similar to a Flying Broomstick and its shop which sells flying broomsticks and its items.



    The Shaghop (where they sell the shags), with these for transport and travel and similar to a Flying Carpet and its shop which sells flying carpets and its items.



    The Sieveshop and Siftershop (where they sell the sieves and sifters), with these for transport and travel to several and so many places at a time in a sieving and sifting.



    The Sackshop and Sachetshop and Satchelshop and Suitcaseshop (where they sell the sacks and sachets and satchels and suitcases), with these for transport and travel wholly within worlds.



    The Saucershop and Salvershop and Saucepanshop and Steamershop (where they sell the saucers and salvers and saucepans and steamers), with these for transport and travel wholly without worlds.



    The Sackshop and Sachetshop and Satchelshop and Suitcaseshop (where they sell the sacks and sachets and satchels and suitcases), with these to carry and contain their things in them.



    Some of the Supershop’s other shops are: the three Spellshop and Sorceryshop and Shamanismshop, the four Sauceshop and Syrupshop and Soupshop and Stewshop, the two Sugarshop and Sweetshop, the two Saltshop and Sourshop, the two Savourshop and Spiceshop, the two Scrumptioushop and Succulentshop, e.t.c.



    The small other Shops and Stores and Stalls and Shelves and Stands and Seats and Sites and Spots of the Supershop Street with their sales and selling and supplying and subscribing and streaming and servicing, of its sales and supplies and subscriptions and streams and services, by its salesmen and sellers and suppliers and subscription services and streaming services and servers and servicers, all along its shops, for its shoppers and subscribers and streamers.





    The Subshop whose Subshop Street is another high street and also a shopping street/shopping centre in the capital city: Sorceripolis for sacrilegious sorcerers and sorceresses, which is opposite to the Supershop Street. Some of its shops it has are:



    The Skullshop.



    The Skeletonshop.



    The Séanceshop.



    The Sabbathshop.



    All aforementioned shops are similar to Harry Potter’s Borgin and Burkes, an antique shop, which specializes in the Dark Arts which sells sinister and dangerous objects.



    Scholaria School of Sorcery and Sorcerycraft is also featured for student schooling.



    The Sorcering/Sorceric Sovereignty (also called the Sorcerovereignty/Sorcerivereignty or the Sovereignocracy) of Sovereignocrats: Sovereigns and Sovereignesses. It is also called the Sovereignty of Sorcery.





    The eBook is available to be shopped at book distributor Smashwords at its Smashwords Store primarily, (as Loic Cabrel as an author says he prefers the Smashwords Store as it is increasingly an ebook retail store where he as an ebook reader and many ebook readers prefer to shop there because it has an advantage that ebook readers pay one purchase price and gain access to an ebook in multiple ebook formats readable on any e-reading device, — which is what is not offered in many e-book retail stores such as Amazon who sell in their Kindle Books in its MOBI format, or Apple iPhone and iPad who sell in their ibooks in its EPUB format; — also an additional advantage many other authors as he similarly see it so to their readers on their books at the Smashwords store).



    The Book is also available at book retailers (through the Smashwords distribution network) such as Amazon, Apple Books, Barnes & Noble, Scribd, and Kobo (including Kobo Plus), 24Symbols, Baker & Taylor, Hoopla etc.



    The novel in an epic scale and size of at around 125 000 words and around 255 pages, and priced at $9.99 is said to be already selling close to a million copies in its eBook sales at the Smashwords Store, and receiving acclaim from fellow fantasy writers and critics.





    Loic Cabrel is an author and a British-born, a second cousin to J.K. Rowling and a descendant to Marian Volant – a sibling to Anne Volant (J. K. Rowling’s mother), and also a son of Marian Volant’s daughter whom she had with a French man from France, Louis Cabrel.
    Hey all!

    Just a quick reminder, whether it's an old story or one you're currently writing, don't forget to share your work with us on our forum! I have a special thread for community written fanfiction recognition and I'd love to feature more work there. I also hope by sharing our work through the forum we can garner more reviews and help each other as we continue on our writing journey.

    The links to follow for the abovementioned are here:

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    You may notice some changes around the forum over the next 48 hours. I want to restructure so more information is easily attainable, relatable, and relevant. Please be patient if any pages seem to appear or disappear as I sort through these changes. Thank you all so much.
    Hello all!

    I wanted to take a moment to thank you for joining HPFF on this journey in 2019. It’s been an exciting year as we brought back the forum, worked behind the scenes on some site wide changes, released a writing course, and researched ways to make this community something we’d all be proud of.
    This journey has also been slow moving, but every walk starts with a single step, right?
    A personal goal for me in 2020 is to take my research and studying and put it into focus here! I want to truly build connections with every single one of you and to make this site one you check as often as your other favorite online places.
    Today, I’m thankful for 2019...but looking forward to 2020 in a way I can’t wait to share with you.
    In reflecting on the past year, I’d love to hear what made you...you in 2019. I’d also love to hear what part of this forum you were most pleased with and where you’d like to see improvements in the next year.

    Share with me, here!
    I haven't uploaded any of my own work to the site yet, and I decided to just start with a poem, but my first 'work' is finally on the site. Also - I spent the last week on vacation and had time to read more of your stories, they'll be shared on our 'community' work thread ASAP. You all write Wonderfully and I can't wait to share your work on our forum.
    New threads are being added this week, one of which I'm very excited about. Harry Potter IRL is a place to discuss some of the creative outlets we all use that are inspired by HP. Everything from cosplay to baking. I'd love to hear and see all the ways you incorporate HP into your day to day lives.
    Hello all!

    I wanted to point out a few things as a reminder, or as news, for our community members.

    Our 'Schools' have opened, which means our houses are ready to welcome our community members. Please join the house you belong in and look forward to some awesome prompts/discussions/photos, and more.

    Our Support Ticket is the place to share any problems you may experience on the site.

    A newly added Suggestions Ticket is the place to share any ideas you have with us about continuing to build a welcoming community. Don't be shy, we welcome any and all feedback and I take it all into consideration.

    Thanks for being here with us.
    Hi everyone! I wanted to apologize for the delay in September's writing prompts and a slower than usual contact time with me. I try to keep up with messages and comments every day, or every other day, but as school has started for my little guy, as have germs! He's been down for the count since last week and I had to get him back to the doctor today. Tomorrow, expect writing challenges to be posted and look for new content on the site this month. We're gearing up for fall and one of my personal favorite holidays, Halloween!
    Hello everyone! This is your Headmaster at HPFF and I wanted to say thank you for joining us and helping make our forum feel like such a welcome community already. I'm so happy to see the life being breathed back into our home here and the bonds that are forming. I have a lot of new ideas on the horizon, so stay tuned for more opportunities for exciting growth within HPFF!
    We experienced a death in the family last week so the monthly writing challenges and icebreakers are later than normal. I apologize for the wait. Please look out for those to be posted by morning and submit your responses then!

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