Summary: "That, Harry, is a matter between Professor Snape and myself." What if Severus had always been a spy and a sneak? What if the real hold that Hogwarts, the Order, and Dumbledore had on him was a secret only three other people know? Dumbledore himself, after all, has his secretive moments. By Vindictus Viridian of Ravenclaw House for prompt #3.
Summary: In an account of personal growth and very deep friendships, a young girl manages to grow up at Hogwarts in the shadow of her extraordinary friends during the first rise of Lord Voldemort.
Summary: A tale of Remus Lupins early life, as seen from his father's perspective. John Lupin worked in The Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures, and held a particular disdain for werewolves. It was this ferverent belief that would cause an event which would would change his views and his world, as well as his son's, forever.
Remus Lupin has always been different, ever since he was bitten by a werewolf and forced to live his life with the curse. He had no friends and never expected to have any until he started Hogwarts. But even once he entered school his wish didn't come true, until his third year. Remus would soon learn that with every good comes something equally bad.
Excerpt from Chapter Nineteen:
“What do you want, Lupin?” he asked exasperatedly.
“You hate me, don’t you?” Remus said in a friendly manner, as though he and Snape had been best friends since infancy.
“Gee, what tipped you off?” Snape retorted sarcastically.
“Then you would love to see me get hurt, wouldn’t you?”
“Well yes, I would enjoy that.”
“Especially if it was of my own doing?”
“That would make it even more amusing.”
“Then would you do me the favor of telling Larry Wilkins that I’d like to meet him out by the greenhouses at ten o’ clock tonight?”
Summary: Lily and Petunia Evans were once sisters and best friends, but an invitation to Hogwarts changed all that. Join Petunia as she watches Lily change from sister to freak.
Summary: While running away from Grimmauld Place, Sirius thinks about family, home, and what a brother really is.
Summary: The seventh child is always special.
Andromeda is depressed, the world is grey and Ted doesn't know what to do.
Summary: On the brink of becoming a Death Eater, Severus finds that in the blackest of rooms, someone will hold him and say, 'I'll follow you into the dark.'
*Follows More Than a Feeling and The Potions Master's Apprentice*
Summary: Apprentice to a reclusive Welsh Potions Master, Severus finds that while his craft might be a subtle, exact science, love is not, and hiding a secret is more complicated than brewing glory.
Sequel to More than a Feeling
*Chapter 10 is 'A Wedding and a Funeral'*
Summary: There are two sides to every story. See the events of the infamous werewolf prank as they unfold through the eyes of both Sirius Black and Severus Snape.
Summary: Sirius was killed by Bellatrix. When he lands headlong at his dead best friend’s feet, he is a little perplexed. All is soon explained, however. He has reached Heaven, and James is here to welcome him. Before he can begin to get used to life in Heaven, he must first “watch his life” on the large screen in front of him, because it will help him understand things better. And so, that’s what he does. From the very beginning, to the very end. You too, can follow him through the ups and downs. Follow him through the highs and the lows. Follow him through the laughter, the pain, and the romance. Follow him through the story of his life. This fic is a tribute to Sirius Black. It is not all marauder-era, although a bulk of it is, and that is why it’s in this category.
Summary: "Gideon closes his eyes and thinks of “the Three Ds” that he was taught at Hogwarts. Though he has Apparated thousands of times, he cannot help but recite the steps in his mind before he goes. Every time. But as he concentrates on his flat in London and closes his eyes, he does not feel the familiar squeezing feeling. He does not feel a rush of wind. He does not feel anything."
Doing magic has never been difficult for Gideon Prewett. Never, that is, until now...
Written for the "Belief" prompt of the New Year's Challenge, and received second place!
Summary: This story takes place after Voldemort visits the Potters at Godric's Hollow on Halloween. Sirius has come to say goodbye to his colleague, his friend... his brother. As rage takes over, he hunts down the betrayer, one who was once his friend.
Summary: Severus Snape has never been one to dream, or trust dreams. That is, until he has one involving Lily Evans. Something about this dream makes his wonder if it could happen, even if implausible. The only question is -- will it be too late to change the outcome?
I am Kask of Slytherin House. This is for the 'New Years Challenge: Dreams.'
Summary: Remus has been having a hard couple days. What he doesn't realize, is that his life is about to take an even bigger turn to the depressing. Halloween was two days ago, followed the next night by a full moon. Remus has a bad feeling when he recieves a letter from the head of the Order of the Phoenix telling him to not check any news until after he has had a chance to stop by.
This was for the Green Dragon New Years Challenge By Cheshlin of Slytherin House
Summary: Perhaps the reason Snape really does detest Valentine's Day...
For my fellow 'Claws!
Summary: All his life, Peter Pettigrew has been pushed to the side. Desperate, distraught, and tired of being second rate, he sets out on a much needed vacation, and finds a little pub named the Green Dragon...
Originally written for the New Years' fifth challenge, At the Sign of the Green Dragon.
Summary: “These wonderful things are the things we’ll remember all through our lives!”
Sitting in his cell in Azkaban, Sirius reflects on one memorable Christmas with the Marauders. A one-shot companion to Canis Majoris. (It can be read independently.)
At sixteen, Sirius looked forward to summer holiday until he was banished to Scotland. Unable to use magic, he’s faced with a dilemma. How to impress a pretty villager? With a little help from his friends. . . SBOC
Summary: Peter Pettigrew betrayed his friends because he was afraid of Voldemort--right? Or, maybe he betrayed them because of an emotion different than fear. Maybe he betrayed them because of jealousy. Find out the true motives of Peter Pettigrew. This is his story.