Summary: The Ministry has fallen.
Under the new regime, there is a chamber in the depths of the Ministry of Magic that the condemned enter, but do not leave. This is the story of a man about to die.
Or is he? Fate is a fickle thing…
Nominated for QSQ 2009, Best Dark/Angst.
Summary: Written around the lyrics to Angela by Missy Higgins, this one-shot explores a few "what if" questions: what if the places were reversed and it was Lily whose feelings for James were unrequited, what if Sirius had a sister and what if she happened to be Hogwart's very own Mean Girl? Well, if you feel like some light reading, try this story!
Each member of the Black family had their own fate, whether it followed or went against the family's beliefs.
Can a book really help Ron win Hermione's heart?
Ron Weasley has liked Hermione Granger for quite some time. There's only one problem: she doesn't know it yet.
It's their sixth year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and Ron is finally ready to confess his feelings to her.
But a new heartthrob roams the halls, and he seems to have his eye on Hermione. And it turns out that she has his eye on him, too.
With the help of a magical book, Ron will try to win Hermione's heart, before somebody else does.
Summary: After the war, Hermione was required to see a healer to evaluate her mental state. Seven years later, she still had not been passed. Draco hadn't either. When a new type of mental treatment requires them to live together for thirty one days, will they finally be strong enough to go on with their lives? Or will they break?
Summary: We learn here the story of Lily Evans, a Muggleborn attending Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Her best friend -- and secret love -- Severus Snape, has been her guide through the first four years of her magical education. However, rumors of Severus’ doings are starting to concern Lily, as she starts to notice James Potter, a Quidditch star with unkempt hair and a knack for trouble. Lily’s internal battle is heating up, as she prepares to start her fifth year at Hogwarts.
(Character Death and Sexual Situations Warnings are for later chapters.)
UPDATE 01/30: Chapter 2 is FINALLY posted! I hope you all enjoy this one! Chapter 3 is currently being edited, so I don't have any good excerpts to provide for you...however, keep checking here for updates!
Summary: George is feeling depressed after his brother's death. Molly suggests to write out his feelings- but how will that turn out? A rather sentimental poem from George to Fred.
And if you still haven't read DH, well, prepare to be shocked.
Summary: There's nowhere he can go where she can't follow. Remus/Tonks
Summary: Short poem based on Hermione's POV in Half Blood Prince [meant for Ron, by the way.]
Summary: The day after the Last Battle as Ron counts his losses, Hermione reminds him what was worth fighting for in the first place.
Summary: Any time a person dies, they leave an empty spot in the hearts of many.
But what if it's more than a mere hole? What if half of you is torn away? And what if you're not the only person to feel this way about this single person?
Can you ever find a way to be whole again?
A Winter Tales Challenge submittion, for the 'Seasons Change' prompt. I am Guiding Ray of Sunlight of Gryffindor House.
Runner-up in the QSQ Awards for best D/A story.
Summary: The Christmas after the Battle of Hogwarts is a battle in itself. The blackness of grief, the sound of tears and the taint of guilt and sorrow is a stark and ugly contrast to the backdrop of snow, carols, love and joy.
But one cannot grieve and live at the same time. And one realises it doesn’t really take much to go back to living after grieving: love thaws all sharp icicles the way spring has never yet broken its promise of driving away winter.~LucillaJoanna of Hufflepuff believes Seasons Change and avows it with this entry to the Winter Tales Challenges.
~Dedicated to Wulfric Brian Dumbledore, who intimately knows grief and will successfully befriend it, too.
Summary: The war is over but the lives of Hermione, Ron and everyone else in the wizarding world are just beginning. Hermione and Ron must come to terms with the deaths of so many people they love while trying to figure out their exciting but terrifying new relationship. Readers know that they end up together in the epilogue. This Hermione's perspective of the untold story of how they get there.
Summary: After the war is over, Hermione and Harry get the chance to do a little self reflecting--while flying. What they discover about themselves and each other will leave them breathless.
Pretty Fluffy One-shot!
Thanks to my Beta Hannah (h_vic) for her opinions and help!
Summary: Lily and James Potter are spending their first Christmas as a married couple together. In between lighting the stockings on fire and attempting to make homemade wreaths, Lily manages to give him a very special Christmas present.
I am th_poet14/LilyGinnyWrites92 of Ravenclaw, writing for the Winter Tales Challeng, Holly and the Ivy Prompt.
Summary: When Sirius Black dumps a girl, she cries and begs him to come back. When he humiliates her in front of the whole school, she does not seek revenge. Never. Too bad that no one ever said that to Angela Peters.
Summary: Following the Final Battle, two young couples share their first post-war conversations and finally admit their true feelings for each other.
Summary: [Year 2: Complete] Its Harry’s second year as a Slytherin, and the Chamber of Secrets has been opened. The Heir of Slytherin is out there somewhere, having students petrified left and right, and by the end of the year someone will die from Slytherin’s horrible beast. But this time, Harry's the one with Riddle's diary.
How will Harry’s years at Hogwarts turn out, now that he's a Slytherin? Will he turn to the Dark Arts and be a follower of Voldemort? Or will he kill Voldemort, or die trying, after he learns of the prophecy? Will Harry's choices lead him down a different road? Follow and you will see...
“What is a diary as a rule? A document useful to the person who keeps it, dull to the contemporary who reads it, invaluable to the student, centuries afterwards, who treasures it.” –Ellen Terry
Summary: Ambivalence is a state of having emotions of both positive and negative. A short and meaningful poem about two important words. . .
Summary: To cull her boredom, Vicky Hotham reads newspapers. The murder case of Emmeline Vance catches her eye and she follows it devoutly. But what is she to do when her brother sends her a letter, telling her that he is hiding from the very same people who killed Emmeline Vance?
Written for tc015's Mystery OWL Class.