Summary: Celeste Lopes is the perfect girl for any type of guy. She's a Metamorphmagus actually and many girls want to be just like her, but they do not know what she is. Sirius Black has had his eye on her all year even if he has various relationships at hand. How do they both realize the meaning in this phrase (the title of the fic)?
Summary: It's Christmas Eve and Severus Snape wants to make the perfect present. Will he work up the courage?
I am Colores of Hufflepuff House and this is my submission for the November one-shot challenge.
Summary: Severus dwells on a Christmas past, bitter over how fate snatched away his only love. However, Christmas is a time for miracles, and Severus discovers some gifts keep on giving.
Originally submitted to the November One-Shot Challenge: Young Love.
Summary: Severus has saved for such a long time to buy her something worthy. But it seems he was never meant to give it to her. Then again, perhaps it's better that way. Maybe, in his story, there's meant to be only one Lily.
Originally for the September Challenge.
Summary: The frost that covers the heart... is like saying that one's heart is cold. Well, this certain frost spreads through those who follow a Dark Lord. What happens to young Selene Moros during her stay at Hogwarts? This Epic is dedicated to her, for the views that she's been taught by her parents will soon change as she grows older and as the war approaches.
Summary: Before James, before Hogwarts, before Lily could have ever imagined she was a witch, there was Severus Snape; the neighbourhood oddity.
Winner the November 2007 One-Shot Challenge: Young Love
Summary: The joys of the holidays are in the air. As many children wonder what is under their Christmas tree, there is only one thought on Severus' mind. Willshe like it?
Written by bluemoon13 of Hufflepuff for the November One-Shot Challenge.
Summary: Dear Diary….
No, only girls keep diaries. Sirius and James would murder me if they found out.
Nah, that's rubbish, too.
Don't be such a pansy, Peter. Man-diary? You must want to be mocked out of this century.
Well, that's not so bad. It could be a temporary title, anyway.
Peter Pettigrew's mother wants him to let out his feelings in a "diary". Here is the first (and last) entry of his man-journal.
Many thanks goes to ix3thehpseries and Mistletoe for being faboulous and helpful betas!
Summary: Love a duck! Will he stop at nothing? Voldemort is rapidly taking over, and his Death Eaters are killing Muggle-borns every day. The good news? A mysterious man, known only as The Phoenix, is rescuing people in the nick of time all over England.
Meanwhile, newlywed writer Lily Potter has troubles of her own. For one, her marriage is not turning out to be as great as she'd thought... for another, she's been blackmailed by an old "friend" into turning spy and discovering the Phoenix's true identity.
Thrills, spills, laughs, gasps, song lyrics, and good old swashbucklin' intrigue.
Inspired by Baroness Emmuska Orczy's excellent novel, "The Scarlet Pimpernel," and Frank Wildhorn and Nan Knighton's AMAZING musical by the same name.
But if you're not familiar with either, the story's just all the more suspenseful! All song lyrics used in this story are based on those by Wildhorn and Knighton
Summary: Join the Marauders and Co. as they embark on their journey at Hogwarts. Mourn with them in times of pain, go along on their many harebrained schemes, laugh at their many jokes and most of all, enjoy!
Summary: Lily Evans is getting married, or so Severus Snape has heard. There is only one way to verify it -- see Lily.
Summary: Remus always preferred nighttime over daylight. Was it because he was a werewolf or was it just a natural preference? Even Remus himself couldn't tell you. But at a time where a confused teenager his looking ahead to a dark future, the darkness of the night can hide many secrets, and maybe, hidden in its shadows, is all the help he will need.
Summary: Originally entered into the 2007 Autumn Challenge, prompt New Beginnings.
The boy Remus passes his days in a haze of pain and self-hate, loneliness and terror, with books as his only escape. It is the same every month, and he has lost hope that the cycle will ever end. But then there comes the unexpected ray of sunlight to pierce the haze, and make him human once more.
Summary: The Marauders in their fifth year cause trouble and make mischief during the day. During the night, they roam about the castle grounds as a werewolf and three Animagi. Throughout thick and thin, Remus, James, Peter and Sirius are loyal friends.
Summary: Many questions remain unanswered about Lily and James. Was James always an arrogant bully? Did Lily really hate James, or was there something more behind her angry reply at the lake? And whoever said Lily was a bossy bookworm? Join the marauders and their friends as they go through Hogwarts, and experience pain and joy, tears and laughter...as they realize that no matter how dark the night may get, the Light of Sunrise will always follow.
Summary: A loving rip-off of Chaucer's great Canterbury Tales, the Marauders are here the merry travelers, set out on a mysterious training exercise by Mad-Eye Moody. Read as they struggle to survive without magic and enjoy as they attempt to entertain each other with magically enhanced story-telling.
Summary: Cheers! The Marauders are in for a wild ride as they conquer hearts, pranks, and friends. But the quartet has changed... Bridget McGuire is your skinny, short, glasses-wearing, youngest child pure-blood. But after being neglected by both her mother's and father's sides of the family, she's decided that her time at Hogwarts will be a time that she will never forget and always remember.
Summary: Different people regard the nonhumans that share their homes in different ways. Though Sirius never felt any affection for Kreacher, his brother Regulus was willing to make sacrifices for his elf.
Written for the "Losing A Loved One" prompt in the Full Moon Challenge, though this is a tale of almost-loss. I am from Ravenclaw House. The title is from p. 197 of Deathly Hallows, 2007, Scholastic, US edition.
Summary: Lily knows there’s something different about her, but she can’t put her finger on it. Then one day a strange boy tells her she’s a witch. Could he be right? And what would her parents and Tuney say?
Summary: Remus Lupin never dreamed of going to Hogwarts because of his 'furry little problem'. However, when the letter arrives, he begins to think otherwise...
Second place winner in the 'New Beginnings' prompt for the Autumn Challenge!