Summary: Lord Voldemort has kept a diary before and he is reliving the tradition. This diary comes at a hard time in his life, a time of desperation and struggle. He reveals a surprising secret at the end that no one could have expected.
Summary: Peter continues to feed his hatred...where will it take him?
For the April Challenge, Prompt 1 (Succumbing to Darkness), by BloodRayne of Gryffindor house.
Summary: You think about how many secrets you know, and how many things people say when they think no one’s there. It almost pays to be invisible.
Sixth-year Lisa Turpin has felt alone since she first arrived at Hogwarts. When life becomes almost too much to bear for Lisa, she wonders why things turned out this way.
A submission by solemnlyswear_x of Gryffindor to the Spring Challenge To Laugh or Cry prompt.
Summary: Harry talks about the things that happened before the Final Battle, especially the time right before while thirteen students waited for news of when to leave for the battle. They all get their turn to say something - anything - that means something to them. There is tragedy, romance, and even a little humour to hold them over as they wait for the battle to begin.
Summary: Many and many a story depict Fenrir Greyback as a terrible and heartless, brutal monster. This is true. But many years ago, a broad-shouldered and handsome little boy entered Hogwarts for the first time, ready for the best seven years of his life.
Those seven years never happen. When Fenn Grey is bitten by a werewolf, his entire life as he knows it is ended. Faced with rejection, betrayal, and prejudice, Fenn is forced to look for a better life, a better existence. This is the story of how he finds it... with Lord Voldemort.
This is my first fic, so please read and reveiw!
Chapter 5, "A Father's Nightmare", is up!
Summary: Peter doesn't know what to do. He couldn't bear to betray his best friends, but he couldn't bear the wrath of the Dark Lord either...
Summary: As she awaits death, Bellatrix finds herself being faced with memories and realities that she was not at all prepared to deal with.
Excerpt: The ever present darkness remained with her, but of course it did. Her vision was gone. She would see nothing but darkness for the rest of her days. This was something she had grown to accept. She had also grown to accept the constant gnawing in her stomach and weakening of her body because she always refused food. There was no reason to eat. Everyone, herself included, would be better off when she was dead.
This is an off-shot of Blinded. I recommend reading it first.
Summary: Isla was blasted off the Black family tree when she married the Muggle Bob Hitchens. But sometimes saying goodbye to your old life isn't that easy.
For Ravenclaw House, this is the*evenstar's final assignment for Professor Talon's DADA: Introduction to Dark/Angst class.
Summary: After Ron and Harry die in the final battle, Hermione is unable to cope with Ron's death because, unlike Harry's, his seemed unconsequential in the grand scheme of things. Can she ever forgive the person who caused all this to happen?
(The "character death" warning is just for a mention of character death!)
Summary: When the war is over, the effects remain. Memories of death, destruction and fear haunt all those who are left. Possibly worse are the memories of what they had before. But there cannot be war without death, and those that are left after the end of the war have to adapt to the new word, as it is now.
Character death is featured, but not described.
Written pre Deathly Hallows.
Summary: The story of a girl who was lost in life, but saved in death... Follow Misha through the hardships that sometimes come with youth, and see how she handles these hardships...
Summary: In which Peter clarifies a few things for the general population.
Summary: Voldemort has been defeated, and as he slowly dies, his life begins to flash before his eyes....
Summary: Fairy tales do not tell children the dragons exist. Children already know that dragons exist. Fairy tales tell children the dragons can be killed. -G. K. Chesterton
Can the hero slay the "dragon" that hunts his little girl and haunts his nightmares?
This is submitted for my final assignment in Professor Talons DADA: An Introduction to Dark Arts class.
I am proudly saluting you with the sword of Godrick Gryffindor.
A small warning, this story terrified me (and my beta) and made me cry. Read it with caution but please read it.
Summary: Theodore and Anthony are enemies. Anthony knows it, and it is encouraged by him. After all, he blames Theodore for one of the worst moments in his life.
Theodore, on the other hand. Does not know where he has wrought, only that a large blame has been placed on his shoulders. A blame, and a belt.
Weeks 7-8 assighnment, for Vindictius Viridian's DADA NEWT. I am Guiding Ray of Sunlight of Gryffindor House.
Summary: The last thing we do: will it be something that is filled with confessions, or regrets of never making them? Will it harbor feelings, whether loving or hostile? As Luna Lovegood reflects on the death of her first love, she knows that the last thing she'll do is never forget.
Summary: Behind her pretty face lies an even prettier tongue used carefully, charmingly, milked to the last drop.
Narcissa wears a mask of lies and dances through life. One-shot.
Summary: Voldemort has fallen, but where shall the boy who lived - live? Watch Albus Dumbledore struggle with the letter he must write to Petunia Dursley while the Wizarding World celebrates and the day moves on.
This is an entry by ProfPsoky of Gryffindor in the One-shot Challenge for March, prompted by the reference "Remember my last, Petunia."
Summary: What did Dumbledore see when he drank the potion in the cave? How would he have known that his strengths of love and compassion could be manipulated into his curses by the Dark Lord...?
This is for the March one-shot challenge. I am Colores of the Hufflepuff House.
Summary: Second Place in March One-Shot Challenge.
What did he see in the cave that night? What made Dumbledore so frightened. A look at what Dumbledore saw that fateful night?
“Professor, can you hear me?” he says loudly, looking at you.
Who is he talking to? Is he talking to you? He can’t be. You aren’t a professor. Grown-ups are professors. Professors are wise; they would know how to stop the men. You don’t know how to stop them, so you can’t a professor.