Summary: Fred Weasley woke in a strange bedroom in a strange house and didn’t know where he was. All he knew was he needed to get home.
But how do you get home when you have no idea where you are, you have no wand, and you can’t Apparate?
Follow Fred on his quest to get home for Christmas no matter what obstacle he faced, even the biggest obstacle of all…
He was dead.
I am mudbloodproud of Hufflepuff and this is my entry for the Winter Snows challenge, prompt one, Home for Christmas
1st Place Winner in the Home for Christmas Category
Summary: Harry has seen many Christmases; some of them were cruel and cold, others were what a Christmas should be – a holiday of love, celebrated with family and friends.
Will this year be as bright as the best Christmases Harry has experienced? Or will the memories of decades back close in on him?
Summary: James Potter, son of the famous Harry Potter, starts his fifth year at Hogwarts with great enthusiasm as he expects that this will be his best year yet. He is unaware however of the sinister things that lies in store for him and his friends.
But first not only does he need to find out who he's fighting but who he's protecting...
EXTRACT FROM CHAPTER 3:
He was breathing deeply, his chest heaving in an out with such intensity that he could almost cry due to the lack of oxygen. If his pulse hadn't slowed down, the blood no longer rushing to his head, he would not have noticed that someone else was there with him.
Her eyes were dark, but ghostly at the same time and her skin was as pale as he ever remembered. Her gaunt face revealled one of some anguish, her soul clearly still tortured.
Summary: Magic can't fix everything she knew that.
But she wished to have that moment back, just so that she could tell you her famous last words.
Summary: Christmas without Fred could never be the same. Even after ten years, Arthur Weasley felt the loss of his son as much as he had the first Christmas without him.
Could Fred’s namesake and a garden gnome help Arthur to learn to like Christmas again?
I should say there is a touch of mild violence and abuse to a garden gnome in this story. But it is all for a greater good.
Also, the spelling errors in Roxanne's speech are deliberate. She is only three after all.
I am mudbloodproud of Hufflepuff and this is my entry for the Winter Snows challenge, prompt two, Reflecting Christmas
Summary: The '21/'22 school year kicks off pretty much like any other. Gryffindor/Slytherin feuds abound, the Potions master is a total wackjob and the DaDA professor is shrouded in mystery. Throw in the Weasley/Potter family heirlooms, the Malfoy legacy, the MacFusty clan's dragons, some funky lollipops, boggarts, a dreadfully wretched idea of a school assignment, plus a broken vanishing cabinet... you're bound to forge some unlikely bonds.
‘I thought he would come… I expected him to come,’ he said, ‘I was, it seems, mistaken.’ Then Harry Potter stepped out of nowhere, and silence fell so completely that the Death Eaters could hear the fire as it crackled, and the breath of the massive giants, and the chink of a small stone that Potter dropped – ”
“Potter dropped a stone?” Roxanne interrupted, frowning.
“Yeah,” Scorpius replied, bemused.
The title sums it all up, really. Roxanne Weasley doesn’t spend EVERY Hallowe’en wandering lost in the Forbidden Forest, duelling masked villains and battling forest trolls. Not without a good reason, anyway.
A next-gen fic written for the Ravenclaw in-house Hallowe’en rarepair challenge.
Summary: Rose Weasley and Scorpius Malfoy meet in a park as six-year-olds unbeknownst to their fathers, sparking an unlikely friendship that will overcome the prejudice instilled into them as Weasley and Malfoy.
Summary: Clarity Volta is an average witch with long black hair and green eyes. The only thing that makes her different from everybody else is that she lost her memory in a mysterious battle. After being taken in by the Order, Clarity starts to feel hope, but her journey to regaining her memory begins on a rough note as her first memory reveals something disturbing about Clarity's past. She struggles through the rest of the pieces wondering what they could mean until, a memory comes up that reminds Clarity of the whole reason for her being. Trying to make a choice between her new-made friends and her ultimate destiny, Clarity is stuck deciding between right and wrong. But which is which?
A story of suspense, romance and insane jealousy.
Summary: Nineteen years after the Battle of Hogwarts, Harry Potter returns to the Headmaster's office at Hogwarts to have a talk with a long-deceased mentor-and finally understands the true strength of love.
Sooner or later all sons follow in their father’s footsteps.
Percy Weasley has always been ambitious, so when the opportunity to become the next Minister of Magic presents itself, Percy believes that his dreams and hard work are finally coming to fruition. However, when Percy discovers that his youngest daughter is a Squib he finds his priorities changing.
Confronted by his mistakes in the past and forced to choose between what is right and what is easy, Percy begins to understand the sacrifices his father made as he finds himself becoming his father.
Summary: It's Teddy Lupin's first year at Hogwarts. As an orphan, he has bounced backwards and forwards between his grandmother and his godfather. Follow him on a journey where he discovers the values of friendship, family and love, along with fighting the prejudices against his father, and getting through Defense Against the Dark Arts, with a teacher who just seems to hate him for no reason...
*DH spoilers, obviously*
NOTE: I am sorry, but I have left this site, due to lack of time and personal issues concerning RL and the site. This story is discontinued here, but may well be posted elsewhere in the future.
Summary: Set against the backdrop of the cold, yet proud Durmstrang School, the Tri-Wizard Tournament is about to begin. Sixth-year James Potter is selected as part of a small delegation to travel to Durmstrang, one of whom will become the Hogwarts Champion. Amidst the pleasantry of the Tournament and the new friends that are made, one young man, with the help of his brother, is devising a sinister plot to become the most powerful wizard of the age. All he needs is a wand.
Summary: Harry Potter was presumed killed in the Final Battle years ago, and those he left behind moved on, slowly picking up the pieces of the lives that had been shattered by the Second War. However, over a decade after the defeat of evil, a young boy is captured by a desperate man in the search of revenge. Auror Ginny Weasley is assigned to find and rescue Alex Ryerson from the cluches of evil and runs into his muggle father, whose emerald eyes are heartbreakingly familiar.
It seems that secrets cannot stay safe forever...
part ten in queue as of sept. 29th!
[post-hogwarts, Harry/Ginny and Ron/Hermione]
Summary: Everything is changing for Rose Weasley.
This was originally for the 'I Challenge Thee Challenge,' but I think it maybe too late.
Summary: James Potter has, to his complete and utter disappointment, lived a completely normal wizard's life. He has yet to find the adventures his father had. Finally, a teacher gives him the chance to have a true adventure... the chance to become a class of wizard unknown to any save those who hold its title. However, with this power comes great danger, for powers of darkness never seen before on earth are slowly awakening from their supposedly eternal graves, and to them, the only kingdom worth ruling is a kingdom of the dead.
Summary: Teddy is the king of the school, but he doesn't want the position. Only Victoire really listens to him.
Summary: Eight year old Lily Potter, the spitting image of her mother, is brought up to know that family is important. She has been present at family reunions for as long as she can remember, and she absolutely loves her big family. One day she comes across a picture of a man she has never met before in a family photo album. Perplexed, she asks her father who the man is…
Summary: Changes can be frightening, and Hagrid is more than just nervous about the change that is currently occurring in his life. Will he keep his nerves to stay strong? And, especially, what kind of change is he facing?
Summary: Hermione Granger made a career out of protecting house-elves. At forty-eight, she had moved on to bigger and better things. But when asked to take leave from work, Hermione is certain this can only mean failure.
So when Ron brings home the story of Honey the house-elf, Hermione makes a decision that could alter the course of her career - and ultimately her life.
Not only does Hermione have to convince the entire Wizengamot of Honey's innocence, she must also prove it to her family. And they have become those least likely to believe her.
‘Honey,’ I said. ‘That’s an unusual name for a house-elf.’
Ron cleared his throat loudly. ‘It’s also unusual for a house-elf to commit a murder.’
Epilogue now up!