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Soleil Sanglant by Mnemone Radford

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 1 Reviews
Summary: Luna Lovegood and Draco Malfoy are trapped in their respective fates- hers, imminent death, his, unending servitude to the Dark Lord-, but she has much to teach him before her time runs out, lessons about life that will forever change Draco. Even as he learns and gains hope from her simple but powerful advice, he is aware of the futility of it all- or can he change that? Will he be able to conquer cowardice and fear of death for Luna's sake, or will all have been for naught?

Takes place during Luna's captivity at Malfoy Manor in Deathly Hallows, but it is not canon-compliant in certain aspects.

Please read and review!

This story is not abandoned! No, really, I swear! It is nearly finished; I have only to write a little more before I am able to submit the rest. I apologize for the absurd delay.

Scrapbook by SimplyCharmed

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 6 Reviews
Summary: Life used to be wonderful until Voldemort became powerful. Every precious moment was treasured. Family ties were strong and friends were close. Then everything came apart. All that was left were the memories. And in a certain case, a scrapbook. A scrapbook that would help you remember what it was like before. A scrapbook that would make you want to go back.

Armageddon by leahsm2

Rated: Professors • 1 Reviews
Summary: The Slytherin clan lived in the Fenland Region of England for many generations. They lived in peace with their Muggle neighbors, protecting their mutual coastal home from Viking intrusions. Then, in 999AD, the Church decreed that the Armageddon was approaching. One night, a comet passes over the village. The Church blames the wizarding community for this display of the coming Wrath of God. Maybe Salazar Slytherin had good reason to distrust the Muggle-born.

This is my final exam for cmwinters Dark Arts: The Art of War

Angels Fall First by amzing

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 4 Reviews
Summary: This is a story of Tom Riddle, the boy that never became a man. This is how he changed to become what he was. This is the story, the real story, of how Tom Riddle became Voldemort.

Jack-o'-lantern by Stubbornly_appeared

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 9 Reviews
Summary: James reflects (Trick-or-Treating is dangerous; he must not think of tomorrow; life is like a jack-o'-lantern) on October 30, 1981.

When You're Gone by Hermione_Rocks

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 5 Reviews
Summary: All may be well for those in league with Harry Potter, but this is certainly not the case for those who supported Lord Voldemort. Rodolphus Lestrange flees from Hogwarts shortly after his lord's demise in the battle . . . but he can't ever flee her, no matter how far gone she might physically be.

Character Death warning is for a death that happened in canon, and the Mental Disorders warning is just to be safe.

Fate's Toll by Aria Gray

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 11 Reviews
Summary: Harry has been on the run from both friends and enemies for five years, alone and unable to do magic. Finally, someone from his past catches up with him and Harry is forced to tell his story. The truth is more shocking than anyone could have expected.

Cycle by Weasley24

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 5 Reviews
Summary: It’s like you are locked in a box. A tiny, dark, claustrophobic box. You can’t see an escape. Perhaps you can never leave. The darkness throws nightmares at you. So fast and close together that you don’t have time to breathe in between them. Then they stop and you are lead to believe that everything is fine.

Some people live such an under privileged life that it wouldn’t matter if they dropped off the side of the earth. No one would ever notice or even care.

But Hogwart’s can change this all and make life worth living. This chance can also be wiped away in the blink of an eye.

Going Under by harrypotterfangirl21

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 7 Reviews
Summary: In the midst of the Battle of Hogwarts, Ginny finds Harry dead.

However, accepting death is not so easy... and sometimes depression is easier than grieving.

Most warnings are precautions. This deals heavily with depression, however, so it is quite the angst-fest, and somewhat disturbing.

White For Silence by C_A_Campbell

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 22 Reviews Past Featured Story
Summary: A puzzle box. A perfect, Fall day. And a friendship they thought would never end. Severus can remember it all so clearly, even years later, even after she was gone. But most importantly he remembers the colors: yellow, red, and white. Yellow for friendship. Red for love. And white...

White for silence.


I am thegirllikeme of Ravenclaw and this is my submission for the November Oneshot Challenge.

Unconditional by guiding ray of sunlight

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 5 Reviews
Summary: When Eden has to tell the love of her life about a large part of life - one that most would be scared witless by - he will have to understand, won't he? After all, isn't his love unconditional?

A Dying Soldiers' Last Letter by HogwartsGirly124

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 13 Reviews
Summary: Harry finally decides to go and fight Voldemort for the last time. He is successful in doing so, but is left weaker than ever. Harry is then conveyed to St. Mungo's where he has been ever since. He now writes a letter to his newly married and pregnant wife Ginny Potter explaining his love for her and the baby, but most importantly how he will be watching over her.

How will thise leave Ginny?

What about the baby?

Ron? Hermione?

Only Him by R_Ravenclaw

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 13 Reviews
Summary: I could see it every time I looked into her eyes.

At first I thought her eyes were beautiful. They were black and strong; she obviously wanted nothing more than to follow the one she loved.

It wasn’t me she loved.

And I don’t know when I found out.

Schism by MaiaMadness

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 3 Reviews
"I know the pieces fit cuz I watched them tumble down.
No fault, none to blame. It doesn't mean I don't desire to
point the finger, blame the other, watch the temple topple over;
to bring the pieces back together, rediscover communication. Cold silence has a tendency to atrophy any sense of compassion between supposed lovers, between supposed brothers.

In May 1945, Albus Dumbledore defeated the dark wizard Grindelwald. A few days after this, Albus ponders his life and the schism which, nearly fifty years prior, tore his life apart. Can his brother forgive him? Can he forgive Gellert Grindelwald?

Vicarious by MaiaMadness

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 6 Reviews
"Credulous at best, your desire to believe in angels in the hearts of men. The universe is hostile, so impersonal. Devour to survive. So it is, so it's always been. Vicariously I live while the whole world dies.

Severus doesn't believe there is good in the world. How can there be, when he must kill Albus Dumbledore?

Never Leave You by megan_lupin

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 4 Reviews
Summary: “The ones that love us never really us.”

But that is not the way that he feels. Harry does not feel like anyone is with him, but rather that he is completely and utterly alone. Nothing is right and everything is wrong, now … And while his godson feels alone, Sirius must do the hardest thing that anyone ever does – and say goodbye.

Written for the 'Missing You' prompt in the "Full Moon Challenge" by megan_lupin of Gryffindor.

Edit: Received Second Place!

Praise for the Sun, the Bringer of Day by Hansolohpfrk

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 8 Reviews
Summary: Hannah Abbott grew up much faster than most will ever know. At the tender age of seventeen, she is the only one there for her autistic brother. She has to be strong enough for both of them.

Warning: This fiction deals with the cold hard facts about autism. Do not read if you believe you will be offended.

Charity and Red Wine by Wings of the Morning

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 8 Reviews
Summary: Narcissa knows exactly what death tastes like. [Narcissa kills five people. One shot. Dark.]

Night Comes Early by shewhoguards

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 3 Reviews
Summary: Winter came, and with it came the dark. A look at Moody between the first war and the second.

Freedom Gained and Lost by megan_lupin

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 2 Reviews
Summary: “Perhaps that was the story of his life, summed up in just a few, simple words: Freedom Gained and Lost. He would gain that much desired for feeling of freedom only to have it snatched from him. He would escape only to be trapped again. Someone had always trapped him, every time he had lost his freedom.”