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Hello, dear visitor,

I figured, after almost five years of frequenting Mugglenet Fanfiction, it's time I write out an author profile for myself.

I'm a twenty-three year old, thoroughly confused graduate student who has written fanfiction, amongst other things, virtually all her life. I've found MNFF in the summer of 2006 and went on to the beta boards to find a beta reader. I've been trapped here and there ever since. :)

I took down five (or six?) stories from the site when I left the realm in 2008. So now it's a fresh start. I hope you enjoy my stories, dear reader, and if you do, be assured that it's unbelievably easy to let me know by typing a review in the box below.

Thank you for dropping by!

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Stories by kehribar

The Run of the Mill by kehribar

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 4 Reviews
Summary: During their third year at Hogwarts, Harry and his friends came to know Remus Lupin as a sickly, poor man; a wonderful Defense Against the Dark Arts professor with a sense of humour; a former friend of James Potter; a werewolf, and a redeemed friend of the infamous Sirius Black.

He was a man that everyone had been sad to see leave.

What was this man up to before coming to teach at Hogwarts? How had he become such a good teacher? Why was he looking ill at health all the time? Had he been all alone in life since that fateful night on 1981?

This is his story, beginning six months prior to his coming to Hogwarts, and following him as he strains to make ends meet.

Trick... or Treat? by kehribar

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 3 Reviews
Summary: On Halloween evening, ten-year-old Teddy Lupin discovers that Muggles know more about the Wizarding folk than he would have suspected. The answers to his questions, however, will come from a very unlikely source.

Won second place in Halloween Drabble Challenge at the beta forums; expanded into a one-shot.