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Wait and See by whichone

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 0 Reviews
Summary: Elphinestone Urquart might have gotten his answer sooner than he expected.

This was written as an entry for the "Telling the Parents" Challenge.
For anyone who didn't get it right the first or second time around.

A Slant-Told Tale by Squibstress

Rated: Professors • 46 Reviews
Summary: Before she was Professor McGonagall, she was Minerva Macnair. After an arranged marriage forces her into an impossible situation, Minerva does what she must to survive. Featuring Minerva, Albus Dumbledore, and Alastor Moody, this is the semi-gothic tale of a woman, her secrets, and how she keeps them.

"No Strings Attached" by whichone

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 1 Reviews
Summary: Severus Snape was Professor Dumbledore's marionette, yet he found a friend along the way.

"Sticks and Stones" by whichone

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 2 Reviews
Summary: Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words .... well, that saying never ended too well.


This is another entry for Julia's (thopaleye's )NOTP Challenge.

Philosopher's Stone - Stories Untold by joehook

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 17 Reviews
Summary: Essentially the Harry Potter series told from various third-person POVs. Book One. Chapter-by-chapter. One shots.

Afterwards by Errol the Bewildered

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 0 Reviews
Summary: The night after Lily and James's death, Dumbledore takes some time to mourn. A one-shot.

"The Broken Window" by whichone

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 0 Reviews
Summary: Remus Lupin learns a hidden secret and a life lesson. Everything comes with time.

For my sister, Julia, who stuck these words of JKR in a piece of art: "Don't let the Muggles get you down."

"Christmas on the Dai Llwellyn Ward" by whichone

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 2 Reviews
Summary: Hippocrates spends Christmastime on the Dai Llwellyn ward.

This piece is dedicated to Paige (Kerichi) who gave me this idea after I got inspired by Merry Poppins. This has nothing to do with either Merry to Mary Poppins.

And Dad, who is nice enough to pack a lot of logic and insight into a few lines. Thanks, guys.

"Ricochet" by whichone

Rated: Professors • 1 Reviews
Summary: Kingsley Shacklebolt meets an old flame on Downing Street and learns a long buried secret.

For Paige (Kerichi) who guided me through "The Affair". I rewrote this one remembering this is MNFF. I need to color within the lines.

This Year Will Be Different by Oregonian

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 6 Reviews
Summary: "The only thing I wanted was for Tom Riddle to be gone forever. I thought that when he died, everything would be easy again. But it's just becoming more and more complicated."
In her final year at Hogwarts, sharing the Head position with Dean Thomas, Hermione realizes that there is no simple way past the events of the war, for her or anyone else. Recovery is not automatic — it must be worked for.

A Christmas 1998 story for Jingle Spells: A Festive Challenge in the Great Hall
Nominated for the 2017 Quicksilver Quill Award, Best General Story


Remembrance: or A Muggle at Hogwarts by Northumbrian

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 9 Reviews
Summary: Every year on 2nd May, Lesley Anderson's boyfriend goes off to Scotland for a few days, to remember his brother. This year, she is joining him.

"The Family Man" by whichone

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 5 Reviews
Summary: Benji Fenwick was a simple lawyer, husband to Amelia Bones, father of two . . . and secret member of the Order of the Phoenix.

*This is a two-chaptered story written from two alternating points of view.

Hermione's Halloween by Kerichi

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 4 Reviews
Summary: A Halloween party and a magician named Fantastic Fauntleroy transform young Hermione's interest in magic tricks into a desire to learn about real magic.

That Morning by Oregonian

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 3 Reviews
Summary: Vernon Dursley was mystified to observe the wizarding world rejoicing on the morning of November 1, 1981. Who were "those people" and why were they so happy? But one old lady, Doris Crockford (remember her?), saw the momentous events from two very different perspectives.

Nominated for the 2017 Quicksilver Quill Award, Best General Story


Maggots by Oregonian

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 2 Reviews
Summary: During the nightmarish year when Professor Snape is Headmaster of Hogwarts and the Professors Carrow conduct their reign of terror, the annual Hallowe'en feast, once a source of innocent fun, becomes an evening of horror. Is it really a prediction of an unimaginable future? Nothing can be depended upon anymore.

Nominated for the 2017 Quicksilver Quill Award, Best General Story


Not Really Alone by Oregonian

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 4 Reviews Past Featured Story
Summary: A Christmas tale of a Diagon Alley shopkeeper, his junk shop of secondhand goods, his customers down on their luck, an old man who dies alone, an assistant who makes a difference, and an unexpected Christmas gift.

Nominated for the 2017 Quicksilver Quill Award, Best General Story


Scorpius Malfoy and the Waves of Death by Hotrav

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 1 Reviews
Summary: Having been a pawn in his Grandfather's plot to invade the Ministry, fourth year Scorpius Malfoy is trying to figure out what he has been told about his family and the Ministry is true. And how does he fit with his friends after they were tortured at the orders of a Malfoy?

Specter by foolondahill17

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 5 Reviews Feature
Summary: One mid-autumn morning Petunia Dursley steps outside to put the empty milk bottles out and almost steps on the baby sleeping on her front porch. She screams, because what else is there to do?

Children of Stardust by shadowkat678

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 3 Reviews
Summary: Luna Lovegood never understood the point of sadness. She'd felt it, of course. That's a given when fighting a war. Yet, she still had to wonder about the reason for it all. Why would anyone feel that way when it never changed what happened? After all, it won't bring your friends back, and it certainly doesn't make you feel better.

Smile or cry, laugh or hide, that's what her mother always used to say.

What The Thestrals Did by Oregonian

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 2 Reviews
Summary: After the Battle of Hogwarts, everyone had their tale to tell, some stories well known and widely repeated, and others so obscure that they have never been told. Until now.

Written for the "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" Challenge in the Great Hall. This story was awarded First Place.