Summary: For anyone who's read LOTR's "Very Secret Diaries" or "Bridget Jones", here is Harry's diary (thus all the fragments) for what happened in year one.
Summary: Parody of the Harry Potter series written and completed before the release of Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince. It looks at the lives of some of the major characters as they wait impatiently for book six to arrive. Naturally, chaos ensues. Suitable for all.
Winner of the first annual Quicksilver Quills Award 2006 for best humor fiction. Thank you!
Summary: For the third time in three nights, Malfoy has awoken from disturbing nightmares. In order to rid himself of these plaguing dreams, he summons what he believes to be an ancestor. Unfortunately for him, it's not.
Summary: Mary Sue Bloomwood is one of the two famous unidentified Gryffindor girls, who is planning her revenge for having been, along with her best friend, Emma Connors, so plainly ignored by the Wonder Trio for the past six years. But is she really the mind behind all the madness going on at Hogwarts? Laughs are guaranteed!
Summary: COMPLETED! When Harry goes to Uncle Vernon's work for the summer, odd things happen, including beating Ron at drill questions, sending millions of letters to Vernon and making Dudley wear a cotton candy outfit!
Summary: It's just your average, boring Summer day on Privet Drive. Or is it? Harry is stuck doing another one of his many thankless chores, when he hears something VERY interesting coming from Dudley's room and goes to investigate.
Summary: Sirius and James do a little comparing with the aid of one Remus Lupin. It is not how it seems at first.
Summary: Takes place after the visit to St. Mungo’s. Hermione’s dwelling on a certain something one of the wizards said.
Summary: One-shot. Sirius is the girl magnet we all love. But everyone has bad days.
The rating is 3rd-5th yrs because of mild language and scenes of mild sexual nature (nothing happens!).
Summary: A satirical look at the "Mary Sue" including how authors use such characters in their stories. As well as a satirical look at a character who likes to think he's a "Mary Sue" type.
Summary: Attention! You have on your screen an interpretation of the first chapter of Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince. But this has absolutely nothing to do with princes and blood. No, this is simply my way of getting Harry to work through his grief of Sirius. Sick of brooding over Sirius, Harry ends up accompanying the Dursleys on a visit to Dudley’s psychiatrist. The results are similar to what you would see in the nuthouse.
Summary: (Hi, I wrote this when I was 16, please keep that in mind. I'm keeping it up because people still like it.)
So, you want to be an evil villain? In this handbook that a certain Hogwarts student purchases, all of the rules, techniques, and frequently asked questions about evil villainy are explained. Do you have what it takes? And what will happen to the student who purchases the book? Another story from the strange, twisted, and slightly unfortunate Hermione's Revenge.
Summary: Hijinks erupt at Hogwarts when Hermione's cat gets sick and requires medication. Who will be brave enough to pill Crookshanks?
Summary: Harry Potter goes to the zoo. An evil plot is evident. Oh, and I don't own Harry Potter rights or penguins. Just to let you know. PLEASE REVIEW!
Summary: What happens when a Boggart turns into your deepest desire, instead of your deepest fear? Snape is about to find out...
Summary: After a supposed potion mix-up, Ron and Hermione go through some life changing experiences. Will Ron be able to control his fascination with Hermione's body? Will Hermione be able to...you know...go? You'll have to read to find out.
Summary: During their third year at Hogwarts, Harry plays with Hermione's time turner and accidentally brings him, Hermione and Ron back to when Hogwarts was founded. The newly founded Hogwarts is even more confusing than present day Hogwarts. Includes some very intense betting and a highly competitive eating contest.
Harry Potter, Lord Voldemort and the Writer's Block by LilmissBrit
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 46]
Summary: It’s Harry Potter’s Seventh Year in Hogwarts, and Lord Voldemort is close to overthrowing good once and for all. He’s got it all: a goblin desk, Albus Dumbledore’s quill, one billion, two thousand, six hundred and ninety-eight slaves and a secretary…not to mention the entire world. It’s time to put himself into the history books properly - as the evil genius he is. Unfortunately, Lord Voldemort has a bad case of writer’s block…with hilarious consequences.
Summary: What's it like being shipped every which way in the wizarding world? The ladies dish the dirt, the good, the bad, and the very, very ugly.
Summary: Harry Potter is given a diary, and the result is the ability to write about summer with the Dursleys. Harry takes his anger and pain out in the only way he can, by being grimly humourous. He's an outcast, he doesn't belong, and he never will.
Inspired by a quote from Charles Dickens' David Copperfield --- “What meals I had in silence and embarrassment, always feeling that there were a knife and fork too many, and those mine; an appetite too many, and that mine; a plate and chair too many, and those mine; a somebody too many, and that I!”–