Summary: The three Black sisters are distinctly different from each other. I invite you to explore each of their thoughts in this triple one-shot (three-shot?). How did Bellatrix learn about the Death Eaters? How did Andromeda feel about being a Slytherin? How did Narcissa handle her only son becoming a Death Eater? Read on to find out.
Summary: Bronte Cook can easily be described as a selfish person. The seventh-year student at the Salem Witches Institute has never known suffering a day in her life, not even with a war over the fate of wizard-kind occuring on the other side of the world.
But on a day when everyone is celebrating and Bronte couldn't care less, a less-than-welcome visitor helps to give her a new way of seeing the world.
I am OliveOil_Med of Ravenclaw, and this is my entry for the Air Challange.
2nd Place Winner of the Air Challange!
Summary: Astoria goes on a quest to Egypt to banish a hurdle to her and Draco's happiness... As in all instances when we defy obstacles, Astoria gains victory... and wisdom.
First Place in the Colours of the Spectrum Series Part II, The Four Elements Challenge: Fire
Summary: Draco Malfoy. Pureblood. Death Eater. Murderer.
He is all of those things, but so much more. See, nobody knows the real Draco Malfoy. Nobody even wants to know. And maybe...maybe that's the problem.
Now Draco reminisces his past, full of broken promises and bad descisions. Is there even time for last regrets?
Quidditch games are won and lost by combinations of the aforementioned factors.
But what about butterflies?
Summary: This is a story about a man who lost his wife. He discovers a way to get her back and enlists his old classmates to help.
Summary: Two Israeli best friends, Maayan Rothschild and Sarah Goldstein, share a secret- they're witches! The two are sent to seperate wizarding schools- Durmstrang and Hogwarts. For the first semester they correspond, sharing experiences, revelations and memories from their life together before they discovered their backgrounds.
Summary: When a sickness grips Hermione, she becomes lost. Nothing can save her but hope. So she just keeps reaching: reaching to get better. This is the story of the journey she takes.
Written for Ravenclaw House by Emily_the_poet
Summary: When Ginny Weasley finds a mysterious diary amongst her school books she does what any eleven year old girl would do and writes in it. Shocked as she is when it replies to her quill’s words, Ginny continues to confide in the alluring Tom Riddle, but then strange things begin to happen that she can’t control…
Epilogue is up! The story is now complete!
Summary: There are some bonds that can't be broken. Such is the bond of brotherhood.
Summary: The Third Year at Hogwarts just happens to be a trying year. With the stress of too many classes, keeping Harry's godfather a secret, keeping a forbidden relationship a secret, pretty much trying to become the perfect student, it could be too much to handle.
Hermione's sure she's got this. She'll have no problem. Everything will be fine. But after her control starts to slip out of her grip, she searches for something to keep in check. And she finds it. Controlling what she eats seems to be the perfect way to keep things in check. But when she starts to like what she sees in the mirror....
Summary: Mai Chrissa Sutherland, decendent of the Sutherland clan of Scotland, is a sixth year Ravenclaw who plays Seeker for the house team. When Mai has a run in with none other than Marcus Flint, visions set forth a bizzarre set of events brewing problems for Mai. Appart from the visions and night frights, Mai's feelings for boys are changing.
Summary: But werewolves turn into vampires after death, after all, monsters are monsters, and inversely, hybrids can be formed, and this is the result. It cannot be described in a conventional manner for it shouldn’t be described in such vulgar terms, but he is here now- forever. Casted aside from the Wizarding world, he is stuck in a fluctuating state of uncertainty, but he’s ready to declare himself- to you.
*Written for Schmergo's Silly Summaries
Summary: Companion one-shot to The Beast Within from Harry and Ron's point of view. Occurs immediately after the boys leave Grimmauld Place for the Burrow in chapter eleven and brings them up to speed with the rest of the story.
Summary: Lily Potter’s love and sacrifice for her son is legend. But there was another member of the Potter family. James Potter was more than an arrogant toerag who finally grew up, more than a Marauder, more than a member of the Order of the Phoenix. He was a father.
How on earth would a man like James Potter handle that responsibility, at the tender age of twenty, especially at a time when his world was crumbling all around him?
Dumbledore was removed as Headmaster of Hogwarts for a period of time in both 1993 and 1996. We have little idea of where we went or got up to. As he escapes imprisonment by the Ministry in OOTP, he tells Cornelius Fudge, "I have absolutely no intention of being sent to Azkaban. I could break out, of course - but what a waste of time, and frankly, I can think of a whole host of things I would rather be doing."
The Unknown Village explores where Dumbledore went in 1996 and just what he'd rather be doing than wasting his time breaking out of Azkaban as Voldemort closes in on Harry.
Summary: You, Lucius Malfoy, have a reason to fight.
This is a one-shot missing scene referenced in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. The night before Harry, Hermione, and the Weasleys leave for the Quidditch World Cup, Ginny asks Hermione for some relationship advice. After some shouting and a few tears, Ginny learns a bit more about love, friendship, and, most importantly, herself.
*Title comes from Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, page 647, U.S. edition.
Summary: Two girls, both flowers in their own right, drawn together by flowers. Their friendship was impossible, but it happened. This is how.
Warning: This fic can be interpreted as a frienship fic, but it sort of leans toward femmeslash, though obviously there’s nothing graphic at all (see rating). Still, if the concept itself offends, I wouldn’t read this. The slash warning is just in case.
First part in the "Lamenting Changes" series
Luna Lovegood has never been one to fit in with the crowd, whether she tries to or not, and the one main reason is because of her father’s magazine, The Quibbler, and the constant rubbish it seems to be printing.
Noah Wipple has always been one who lived by facts and avoided the ones who didn't, so when he meets Luna they automatically clash and Noah decides he must avoid the aggravating girl at all costs.
But fate seems anxious for some entertainment because when the students get assigned to write a report together in Transfiguration class, Luna is paired with Noah and this rather odd pair must learn to work together; even if it kills them.
Luna Lovegood/ Original Character