Summary: Gwendolyn McDowell's life has changed at the early age of ten when she witnesses her father's death. Now, a month later, she seems to be losing even more; her brother is leaving on his own, she has to live with her Muggle mother and Muggle relatives, and now the connection to the world she loves has been severed until she is old enough to attend Hogwarts. She feels alone and helpless, and as her life progresses, she realizes that she knows nothing about the limits of her own abilities.
Summary: [NextGen] Short one-shot vignette. Rose confronts Scorpius when she hears a devastating rumor about their friendship. Teenage drama ensues. Also, there's magic and chess involved.
Summary: Laura Miller is a new graduate from Hogwarts who is confused about life, love, and new beginnings. Will she be able to work things out with her boyfriend Jonathan Were?
"It’s like a safe place, somewhere to watch the world, somewhere... magical."
When the rain stops and the sun comes out, a magical moment is etched in gold.
Summary: You met Abby in “A Child's Gift” now read her story. She's grown up and chasing down a legendary necklace known as Moon Spell. Someone wants to stop her, someone wants her to succeed and someone just wants it all to end, no matter which side wins.
Love is healing. Love makes the world go ‘round. Love is all you need.
Whoever said that, obviously forgot about the part where it could destroy you, leave you empty and worthless, numb to everything, except the suffocating pain of knowing you aren’t good enough.
Hate is strong word. Hate destroys us. Hate is an ugly thing.
Sometimes, it’s our hate that drives us. It fuels us, pushing us through the past, forcing us to accept what we have. It gives us a reason to move. It motivates us into action.
Sometimes, hate is all we have.
Everyone needs someone to hold on to, especially in dark times like these.
Sometimes, all it takes is a chocolate cheesecake and a friend – or something more – to rekindle a flame of hope.
Summary: Somewhere there's a happy medium between innocence and evil. Minerva, though, doesn't know where that might be.
Summary: Eighteen months after the Final Battle, Hermione Granger is struggling with the expectations placed upon her as 'the greatest witch of her age'. Stuck in a job she doesn't really want, she is given the task of locating an ancient book that the Ministry fears contains Magic's greatest evils. Now, as a young woman, she finds herself embarking upon a dark and dangerous adventure without Harry or Ron's support.
Lucius Malfoy has just been released from Azkaban Prison after being found innocent. His main priority is to re-establish his once highly prestigious position within Wizarding Society. However, Narcissa and Draco have both changed since the war and he discovers that the idyllic family household that he once enjoyed power over is gone forever.
Please note: This will result in a romance between my two leading characters at some point in the story, though I promise it isn't the absolute focus point as it is in Warmth
Summary: It is July 1994 and a man, riding a large winged beast, lands on a small Caribbean island. Sirius Black is looking for a sanctuary.
Sarah Macaulay has been living on the island for three years. She meets Sirius when he's washed up on her beach and for some unfathomable reason takes pity on this drifter.
Both have a past. Both have demons deep inside them. Both need to heal.
Two hearts beat.
Do you believe in love at first sight?
Do you believe in soul mates?
Do you believe in forever?
Do you believe that life isn’t worth living without him?
Do you believe that you can't go on without her?
Summary: As Luna Lovegood begins her seventh year at Hogwarts, she finds herself joining Ginny and the others in their plan to help a forlorn George Weasley move on from his misery and be happy again after the death of his twin, Fred. But when Ginny decides to spice things up by altering the plans secretly, Luna is treated to an unexpected surprise …
Summary: ‘Didn’t I, didn’t I, didn’t I see you cryin’?
It’s the graduation party of Scorpius Malfoy and Rose Weasley, and he’s trying to win her once and for all. How is he going to do that? And how will she react?
‘Didn’t you, didn’t you, didn’t you see me smilin’?
Summary: Have you ever wondered why Gryffindor, despite having the great Charlie Weasley as Seeker, never seemed to win the House or Quidditch Cup? Perhaps he was distracted?
This is the story of Charlie's last game in the his fifth year. All Gryffindor need to do is beat Hufflepuff and then the Cup is theirs - but Hufflepuff have a new Seeker and Charlie can't stop thinking about flowers.
This is a Charlie/OC pairing and has been written as a present for someone.
Warning - Unashamed fluff! I am not JK Rowling, but I doubt that surprises you.
Summary: Would you ever find reason enough to abandon your family, your beliefs, what seems to be the very root of who you are? What would you do if you found that reason? Would you run from it? Would you fight against all odds to hold onto who you thought you were? Or would you fight against all odds for the chance to find out who you could be?
A story about Regulus and Sirius, written for the fourth SPEW Secret Santa exchange.
Summary: What happens when Voldemort takes it into his head to invade Hogwarts on a Valentine's day? And what happens when cupid is feeling very funny and would like to experiment?
This is Vittoria of Ravenclaw house submitting my entry for the Cupid Gone Crazy challenge.
Summary: Rosmerta finds that life is much more monotonous than she thought-- all until Sirius Black shows up in the middle of the night and shows her simplicity is what life's all about.
Other Pairing: Sirius/Rosmerta
Written for the Slytherin Co-Author Valentine's Day Challenge by Mistletoe and Rhi for HP.