Summary: Every Muggle has heard of Opposite Day, the one day of the year where you're allowed to act completely different than you normally would. But in the Wizarding world Opposite Day is much more literal...
Summary: The young ladies of 5th-year Potions are called out for a 'special class,' leaving the boys without their genteel influence. That calls for a special lesson.
This is a Book 5, Harry/Draco short fic that is not meant for younger or saner readers.
Summary: Snape is recuited to Romania to aide Charlie Weasley in preparing dragons for the TriWizard tournament. While there, however, Charlie develops a very strange and deadly illness, and Snape must somehow find a way to get him to St. Mungo's in time.
Entered for the Gauntlet "Journey to St. Mungo's" challenge by StaceyLC of Hufflepuff house.
Summary: "What's my problem, Ginny, what's my problem? My problem is that you've oh-so-calmly suggested that my best friend has had the dubious pleasure of seeing you starkers!" - A wardrobe malfunction creates problems for one Harry Potter. [H/G, R/H]
Summary: All he wants is a little normality in his life. But after a Lovegood-grade encounter, he decides that normality is over-rated. A little Harry/Luna piece that wouldn't leave me along until I wrote it.
Summary: It is argued that the most minuscule of occurrences can shape the course of history irrevocably. Butterflies flapping their wings overzealously, missing a train/forcing open the sliding doors of a train and catching it/getting your finger stuck in the sliding doors of a train as you attempt to force them open and having to run alongside it for the duration of the journey as an alternative to having it ripped off…and other such minutiae. Thus it was that, on a cold, wet night seventeen years ago, in a room above the bar at the Hog’s Head Inn, that Severus Snape made his (skid)mark. The History of the Potterverse is now at stake, and it remains for Lily Potter (with a little help from Lupin) to sort it all out. BE YE WARNED - this story contains pants. Underpants. (This story is intended as a bit of light-hearted fun and should be read as such, even if it is rather OOC!) Final chapter is up! Gather round, my children, and witness the astonishing finale!
Summary: Have you ever wondered how the Dream Diary Ron had to do for Divination his his fifth year was like? Well, here it is: Homework Assignment: Dream Diary by Ronald Bilius Weasley. Dive into Ron's subconcious, explore his dreams and read up his comments on them. Do they maybe show the future? Do they merely show his wishes? Are they just weird? Or is Ron - going crazy?
Summary: George Weasley is convinced Verity Marks, the stunning salesclerk who works in Weasley's Wizard Wheezes, is trouble. Once she starts dating his brother Fred, George is sure of it. When George finds out an unpleasant secret and then accidentally switches bodies with Fred, it's up to him to save his brother's heart. A submission to the One-Shot Challenge by Lilypudding of Gryffindor.
Summary: With wedding preparations in full swing, tensions are high in the Weasley household. Fred and George blow off some steam by casting curses at each other, only to have Bill walk in on their magical mayhem. He decides to settle things down for the rehearsal dinner and casts a spell of his own on the twins. But Fred and George strike back at their older brother, ensuring a night everyone will remember.
This story was written for the One-Shot Challenge: The Twins and received second place.
Summary: After having dinner at the Burrow, Fred and George Weasley wake up to find they have switched bodies. How did this happen and who's to blame?
Written by FanficWriterNikki of Hufflepuff for The One-Shot Challenge-The Twins
Summary: One-shot Challenge - The Twins
Summary: I, James Potter, will not cry. I am practically uncryable, and yes, I know that is not a word. Don’t rub it in. To hell with that. The Titanic was practically unsinkable, and it sank! How is Lily not crying, and I’m over here, building a river? Well, not building...more like creating...whatever. I guess I’m not very good at saying goodbye...
Summary: Mischief happens; for sixth-year Gryffindor, Andran Audierus, it's somewhat expected. Clumsiness also happens, and for New student Marti Owlsten, it's more of a way of life. Put these two together, and they may end up in over their heads in trouble... and toothpaste. Insults, ransom notes, magical dares, pranks... will they make it to their seventh year in one piece?
**This is a post-HP7 fic, by about ten to fifteen years... but that doesn't mean their won't be familiar faces. Lots of humor, butn also a good plot line, too**
What Do You With A Drunken House Elf…Early In The Morning? by Spenser Hemmingway
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 16]
Summary: What do you do? It was supposed to be a morning where Harry could get caught up on his sleep. Ginny and the little guy have other ideas.
Summary: Following a tip that one of Voldemort's Horcruxes had been seen in Muggle-inhabited Las Vegas, the Trio head there to destroy it... or so they think....
Summary: Severus Snape is called to the Headmaster's office in the early hours of the morning for an important mission; a mission that will force him to face his past. Involves toothpaste and mail order catalogs.
Summary: It's a sorry day for a patient of Dr. Granger, neighborhood dentist. Hermione Granger just found out that she is a witch, atteding Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Hermione is going to tell her father about the news...and somebody is going to get a major toothache.
Harry Potter and The Process of writing Fan Fiction by Purplemage
Rated: 3rd-5th Years [Reviews - 110]
Summary: A hilarious ride inside an author's head as he tries to write the best fic ever written by a fan. Unfortunatley, things don't go as planned and the author must get himself out of a sticky situation before he ruins the joy of writing Fan Fiction forever.
WARNING: Random and Bizarre humor ahead.
Summary: Harry is troubled in the middle of the night by strangeness happening all around him. He dreams of a world that is blissfully and completely devoid of evil, but at the same time it's creepy and disturbing. Harry battles with accepting "the way things are" and does his best to counter everything this supposed dream has told him to be true. Is it just him, or has the whole world gone mad?
Summary: What happens when Ron and Hermione's rowing becomes too much for Harry to take? Only at Hogwarts could such a phenomenon occur. In an insult match that includes the entire school, what could be the outcome?