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?
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?
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.
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!
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.
Summary: Narcissa knows exactly what death tastes like. [Narcissa kills five people. One shot. Dark.]
Summary: Winter came, and with it came the dark. A look at Moody between the first war and the second.
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.”
He stared down at the drying pool of blood on the floor and thought with grim satisfaction, I am not so easy to kill.
Severus Snape leaves his old life behind, taking with him the hope that one day Nymphadora will follow.
Summary: It was a huge grey beast with large fangs that were dripping with saliva. The beast snarled and began to chase after me. Will I make it? I thought to myself as I ran. Will I ever see those I love ever again? My mum, my father, my little sister? Please let me get through this! The werewolf's paws were hitting the ground with such strong force. It was catching up to me. I braced myself as I ran, ready to be knocked down by the werewolf at any second.
When Kate decided to take a stroll through the woods one night, she wasn't expecting anything bad to happen. But she didn't notice that it was a full moon that night. And she didn't know that a werewolf stalked around the forest once a month... that particular forest.
Summary: It is a part of human nature to fantasize on the meaning of love. Only when it is lost, however, can it be truly understood.
May be read from many points of view.
Bring your Kleenex. Rated cautiously.
Summary: There is more than one hole in George Weasley, other than the one of the side of his head. Ever since Fred died he'd been different, so his often neglected fiance Angelina suggests he adopts a child for two weeks to see how he would fare as a father. George does just that, and adopts Holley, who had also lost a twin. They both expected nothing of the experience, but soon learn truly what love is. And how to heal that hole in both their hearts.
Summary: The first thing it knew was the hunger. Life from a Dementor's point of view.
Summary: Hermione is fourteen going on fourteen hundred, which means she wasn't able to break the curse. Now she would have to live her life all over again.
Summary: It’s all about the little things…
If you’ve ever missed somebody special, this is for you.
Summary: The death, crossing, and funeral of Lupin and Tonks.
Summary: She awakes in the middle of the night screaming, screaming for something that even she herself knows she can’t stop. His image is burned into her body, her heart, her brain. Every time she opens her eyes she sees his perfect image hazily in her line of view, yet it is so flawed because she is the one seeing it. Her smile would form, then relax, then falter as she saw him coming near. He’d soon take her in his arms, pushing her against the wall, a fearful grimace approaching upon her face for the first time since meeting him because of his sudden violence . . . This constant frame spools on an infinite wheel inside her head as she sleeps, bathes, eats. It is all she can think of. This same movie plays within her brain for all of her days, all except when she is with him. While he is with her, his love (though he constantly is disproving it) never falters and the movie changes, distorts into what is happening then and now, and she is forced to relive it for a second, third, and fifteenth horrifying time, even when she is not with him and the ordeal is over. She only ends it at the last part, squeezing her eyes tightly shut and not daring to open them until the dawn comes. Whether or not sleep comes she does not know, but all the girl thinks of is him. It is all that is possible, all that is true.
“I’ll tell them. I’ll them everything you did when you were such a bad little girl."
This was written for the Autumn Challenge by Ron x Hermione of Hufflepuff for the prompt of 'Telling the Truth'.
Summary: Oneshot: Counting proved to her that she was still alive even though she had spent many hours in that cell praying for death to take her. D.G