The tale of Harry Potter ended with the defeat of Lord Voldemort and the start of a new age of peace in the Ministry of Magic and the wizarding world.
The tale of his second son, Albus Potter, however, starts with this, and with his journey to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. But in his first two years at the school for magic, Albus finds that his story will not unfurl as smoothly as one might expect in such a peaceful era. He finds himself confronted with a Hogwarts in turmoil, with a new Headmaster that seeks to chip away at the school's foundation as well as a student body that shuns their own kind. He finds himself opposing his family - such as his very talented, popular older brother James and his best friend and cousin Rose Weasley - and defending those who should be his enemies - such as Scorpius Malfoy, son of the ex-Death Eater Draco Malfoy, Emily Black, a self-centered and bratty girl with a big secret, and Katsurou Sen, the mysterious youngest son of a wealthy wizard family who is almost never seen. Albus even finds that his identity and desire to honor his father, once seeming so simple and sincere, could lead him onto a path he never imagined. Hogwarts has become a twisted Wonderland, where everything that had seemed good outside of the school shows itself to wicked, and everything that had seemed wicked...could possibly be good.
In the midst of all this, danger lurks in Albus Potter's future -- a danger that he will have no choice but to face differently than his famous father would have.
Summary: Lily Evans is having a bad day. When she decides to take a sip of Felix Felicis, things turn out quite different than she anticipates--for both her and James Potter.
Summary: Boy meets girl. Girl meets boy. Sparks fly. Dreadfully romantic, wouldn’t you agree? Well, that depends on your definition of ‘sparks’ - or the boy and girl involved. No, I’m afraid this isn’t one of your typical clichéd romances; it’s the other one. So take a seat and get comfortable. You’re in for quite a ride.
Summary: An unwitting challenge leads to a surprise revelation as Lily and Sirius partake of some forbidden fruit. AU.
Summary: A sequel, of sorts, to A Different Kind Of Magic. Ginny’s being dragged along by Teddy to see his and his grandma's new house. What could possibly go wrong?
Well, when Ginny’s heavily pregnant and Teddy full of five-year-old energy…the answer to that is…everything.
The rating is purely due to Ginny's choice of language, and rest assured it is very brief. All reviews receive a reply!
Summary: The Christmas after the Battle, everyone has changed. In this time for celebration and joy, one man lies alone in his bed. An unexpected visitor plans to set his life straight, and not all will turn out as he thought it would.
I am FawkesToTheRescue of Gryffindor and this is my submission for the Great Hall Christmas Challenge, Prompt Four.
Summary: She left him. Two years later, he still hasn't picked up the pieces and moved on.
After being hit squarely in the chest by Molly Weasley at the end of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Bellatrix Lestrange wakes up lost and bewildered. A victim of the little-understood Bebitched Curse, she is transported through space and time to the ultimate gated community in a sunny climate. The people around her seem to possess an uncanny knowledge of the world she left behind, but none of them can work magic. Worst of all, she herself seems to be turning into a Squib. As she struggles to find her place among the very people she most despises, Bella slowly realizes that a land which reveres the magical world learns to work it own brand of magic.
Come join Bella in her voyage of self-discovery and social commentary. The Muggle world may never be the same.
Summary: Draco is looking for an engagement ring for Astoria, but is it really what he wants? Ginny will help him find out...
Summary: *”Not if he thought I was the spy, Peter,” said Lupin. “I assume that’s why you didn’t tell me, Sirius?” he said casually over Pettigrew’s head.
“Forgive me, Remus,” said Black.
“Not at all, Padfoot, old friend,” said Lupin, who was now rolling up his sleeves. “And will you, in turn, forgive me for thinking you were the spy?”
“Of course,” said Black, and the ghost of a grin flitted across his gaunt face…*
Those words, spoken between two old friends, lead one to wonder why two friends could have ever suspected each other of being a traitor. What could have happened once they left school to make them distrust each other?
**Quote is directly from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban – Chapter 19 – The Servant of Lord Voldemort - page 273
Everything you recognize belongs to J. K. Rowling. I am just thankful to be able to play in her world for a little while.
This story is dedicated to Carole. She gave me the prompt to inspire my muse again and without her, I think my muse would still be in hiding. Carole, thank you for bring back the voices in my head. And your invaluable Brit-picking.
I must also thank Bine for doing a quick and valuable beta job for me on this. Muse wasn’t interested in making sure it was all correct, she just wanted to write.
Summary: As Harry prepares to face Lord Voldemort, his parents anxiously watch from the other side.
Summary: Fate was sealed that night. I was to live and fight, to breathe and conquer. The night I died and lived England celebrated the end of the nightmare that had yet to begin and praised the baby they would later fear and hate. I am Harry Potter. I am legend.
Summary: When the former Muggle Studies teacher moves to France, Hogwarts gets a two-for-one deal in the feisty Ivy Freeman and her daughter, the dreamy Alexis. Alexis becomes instantly beloved, not only by the students but also by a certain former Potions master. While Alexis remains oblivious to her own charms, Ivy takes note, and clashes ensue behind the doors of the faculty offices...
All Teddy Lupin had ever wanted was to be the kind of man his godfather was. He even followed in Harry's footsteps and became an Auror.
Harry wanted nothing more than to be the father that Teddy would never have, but work and obligations always seemed to get in the way. Before he knew it, Teddy was all grown up. How had he missed all those precious moments? He knew he had to make up for it somehow.
After all, they had all the time in the world, right?
This fic WON a 2011 Quicksilver Quill Award: Best Post-Hogwarts Story
Summary: Who killed Ariana Dumbledore? This is about the pain, the guilt, the not knowing.
Tom Riddle was always the perfect student, right?
There was one spell he never could get right
A spell that required the one thing he couldn’t have
A happy memory
It’s hard to be the best when what you need is just out of reach
Summary: When Lily and James are both awarded the Head Boy and Head Girl position, they are forced to get along for the sake of their school. Unfortunately, neither Lily nor James are willing to let their guard down. What results is a story that is so passionately tumultuous, neither one of them ever realizes that they have not only crossed the thin line between love and hate...but they are now dancing in its depths.
As the entire magical world battles the oncoming threat of He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named, Lily and James will have to learn that the only way to defeat the darkness is to find the light...in themselves.
Summary: Excerpt from chapter 2:
Suddenly, he heard a rustling, cracking noise. His eyes snapped open, and he saw a young man sitting to his right, prodding the fire with a stick. For a moment, he thought it was Ron and he opened his mouth to ask him how he had snuck up on him. But just then, the man turned his head toward him, and it was not Ron.
George jumped up, startled so fiercely that he drew his wand, pointing it at the last of his brothers he had expected to see.
Summary: "He laughed nervously, running a hand through his hair again. “What I'm trying to say is... Dance with me?"" Lily/James.