Summary: Is this a ghost story?
Maybe. I'm not sure.
Give me a straight anser, won't you?
Well, I said I'm not sure. If it involves dead people, is is a ghost story?
Yes. Yes, this is a ghost story.
Over one hundred reads! If you would leave a review, it would make my day.
Summary: Three years have passed since Voldemort fell, but nothing is as it should be. The Order is struggling against a group of dark wizards with an unknown agenda, and no one has seen nor heard from Harry since the battle. Many believe him to be dead, and the Order fears that he has been taken captive. Meanwhile, this new uprising of dark magic poses a greater threat to the wizarding world than the Order could ever imagine...
Summary: Just a simply story of one person's thoughts as the dust settles, their emotions, their internal monologue about society as they now see it. A story of how after one loses those that one holds dear, these things that once seemed sweet, those unspoken rules of professing remorse for someone's grief, feel lifeless. Like flowers, why do they send flowers?
Summary: Draco's life goes steeply downhill after the war, until he finds himself in prison, awaiting his first visitation.
Summary: “Tom Riddle had measured the depth of his soul, and had found it was enough to live forever.”
Find out what drives the darkest wizard of all time, and how he became so evil.
Summary: He was the family's little angel with nothing to lose, except himself.
Summary: When Evie wakes up one morning, she knows there is something seriously wrong. Why is she so weak? Why has her appearance changed drastically?
When she finds out the truth, she runs away. She meets Ben, a Supernatural Creatures Hunter for the Ministry. Thrown into a world of vampires and other dangerous creatures, Evie excells and begins to fall in love with her new found freedom.
But there are people who don't want Evie to be free, people who will do anything to keep her quiet. Evie must escape, but it won't be easy...
Summary: After losing her baby daugher, Hermione struggles to cope with her grief, pushing away everyone who tries to help her. Eventually, she goes to the one place she believe she can find answers, the Department of Mysteries. After a meeting with Lupin in the veil, she is finally able to understand a fair few mysteries of death. She comes to terms with her loss and tries to live life normally again.
This is Coolh5000 of Slytherin and Hermoine Jean Granger of Ravenclaw, writing for the Interhouse co-op August one shot challenge
Summary: ‘Do not pity the dead, pity the living, for it is they who must survive.’
~Triage by Scott Anderson
Is it lucky to survive in war, or is it better luck to die than to be left behind to pick up the pieces?
In the 1940’s, not one, but two wars reigned in Europe, taking lives and hopes on a daily basis. People lost everything they held dear. And yet they survived. But does it matter to be alive when everything else you know lies in ruins?
Anna Krum survived and lived to see her family grow, although the one person she loved the most had died: her husband. Now, nearly 40 years later, she tells her grandchild what once was…
… and how much she had lost.
Summary: I should warn you that the story of my life isn't happy or hopeful. With it comes death, lost love, and shattered illusions. But there is something to be learned from my story, something important that everyone should know — something I wish I had known earlier.
I am Rodolphus Lestrange, and this is my life…
Written by R_Ravenclaw and selected as the winner of the Ravenclaw Character Essay Challenge for Summer Term 2008.
Summary: A woman waits for her Master to come back for her.
Summary: As Harry begins his quest for the remaining horcruxes, his world is turned completely upsidedown by the return of Severus Snape, and Harry learns more than he ever thought possible about Snape, his parents, and the burning question of Dumbledore's death.
It's been over thirty years since Harry defeated Lord Voldemort, yet a new threat hangs over the Wizarding World. The Exército de Leoa are a faceless organization who will stop at nothing to achieve their goals. The only problem is, no one knows what they are.
Draco and Astoria Malfoy crossed them, and they paid the price in Azkaban. Their son Scorpius wants them free, and revenge on The Exército de Leoa. There's only one way to achieve this, and that is to find Harry Potter. But the old hero has fled, for reasons no one can clarify.
Scorpius and his wife Lyra know that they have a limited amount of time in which to do this. What they don't know is what they're searching for might not be the solution...
Summary: One morning. One morning will change Sirius’ life forever. And it’s a morning that should have never come.
Technically, it is a companion to For Him, though it stands alone quite well.
Summary: The day after Voldemort is defeated the entire wizarding world celebrates. The streets are fully of cheering people. Everyone is exuberant, except one man sitting alone in a small dingy pub.
A songfic to Empty Chairs at Empty Tables from the musical Les Miserables.
Summary: "Never," said Harry, "The night that your brother died, he drank a potion that drove him out of his mind. He started screaming, pleading with with someone who wasn't there. 'Don't hurt them, please... hurt me instead.'"
--Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, JK Rowling
This gives a snippet of a younger Dumbledore's life, as he relived it when he drank the potion.
Bellatrix and Tom Riddle—two of the most enigmatic characters in Harry Potter—have puzzled writers and readers alike since their equally horrifying introductions. Why did Bellatrix believe she was Lord Voldemort’s most dedicated and favored follower? Why did the Dark Lord indulge a woman he could have squashed like an insignificant bug; why did he allow her to continue in her ‘delusions,’ if, indeed, they were delusions?
I believe that these allowances are not simply coincidences. Why should the most feared dark wizard of all time cater to a pawn? There must have been prior connections between the two to create this bond.
In “Black as Snow,” we glimpse a snippet of Tom Riddle’s life at Hogwarts, his (hypothetical) introduction to Bellatrix, and, afterwards, the special bond the witch and wizard shared … then, and now.
Created for the wonderful rita_skeeter in MNFF’s Ravenclaw Christmas Exchange, 2006.
Summary: It's a month after Voldemort's death and Harry is called to the Ministry of Magic by Kingsley.
There he is introduced to a young woman who was found at Malfoy Manor. Everyone thinks she's insane, but Harry knows better.
The girl has a story to tell, a story that will help Harry come to terms with the horrors of the last seven years.
But someone doesn't want the girl's story told. In fact, they will do anything to stop her talking.
Harry must save the girl, and save himself, before it's too late... Suicide warning for brief mention in chapter 4.
Summary: You were my world, and everything in it. You were all I had that kept me alive and sane.
But now you're gone...and they're saying it's for good.
What am I supposed to do?
An Advanced Rhetoric and Style assignment for Professor Fresca.
Nominated in the QSQ awards for best D/A story.