Summary: All here life, Petunia listened to people say how special her little sister, Lily, was. And getting that letter and running off to that school only made things worse. So through the years, she sat on the sidelines and watched Lily become more and more amazing.
But what about her? A story through Petunia Evans' eyes on the subjects of Lily, Hogwarts, and a war most people don't even know is happening.
They fight. They argue. They threaten never to speak again. But in the end, it’s all alright. Because they’re brothers and sisters, or at least that’s what it feels like. James, Albus, and Lily Potter are the closest siblings you’d ever find. Rose and Hugo Weasley have their differences, but in the end, they would die for each other. And as for Scorpius Malfoy… he’s unlike anything the others have seen before. But he’s okay… because he saved them on countless occasions.
This is the story of the bonds between siblings, cousins, and friends. It’s the story of forgetting the past to create a brighter future. And it’s the story of learning to let go of the old, and holding on to the new.
Summary: This is a grisly tale of revenge. A man awaits his prey patiently, ferociously. He owes it to his closest friends who were betrayed by his victim. He plans to give his victim the worst possible death he can imagine.
Summary: Gabrielle LeCorte grew up living next door to the Potters and they were like her family. When they started school she was given the task to 'keep an eye' on James Potter and try to keep him out of trouble. This was easier said than done, especially once he met Sirius Black, Remus Lupin and Peter Pettigrew. She became best friends with Sirius Black and was lucky enough to hang around with the infamous Marauders, even if she was more like a babysitter. Would she be destined to clean up after them her whole Hogwarts career or would she break away and become something separate from just the 'Marauder’s girl'?
Sirius Black stumbles onto a most curious scene while checking up on one of his closest friends, the wife of his best mate. Lost and confused he follows the signs until they reach into a depth unknown to him. From this point, he seeks the help of another dear friend, and together they think, suffer, and laugh their way to some answers and some dead ends. Only in the end, do they find the answer to the one question that burns in their minds: how will we go on?
I am MerryD of Hufflepuff and this was written for the Gauntlet Round Seven
Summary: In this second story about the Bast (the first one being "Bast in a Basket") Professor Snape sees the Bast in action.
Summary: A typical love story: Boy loves girl. Girl loves boy. They end up being a couple. They are happy.
Another story: boy loves girl. But. Girl does not love the boy. No happy couple. So how exactly does the boy feel and what does he do to try to win over his love? Most importantly, does he succeed or does he make a gradual progress or does he even give her reason to hate him more?
Summary: "Between the woods and frozen lake, The darkest evening of the year..." Lily and James take a walk.
Summary: Ten years have elapsed since Dumbledore's death and McGonagall has Hogwarts back on its feet again. Hermione and Malfoy both teach at the school. But when a new teacher is hired to teach Defense Against the Dark Arts, everyone seems to feel that they've met him before. A story of mystery, passion, friendship, and jealousy… not to mention that Harry Potter has been missing for ten years and Voldemort is dead. (All violence is mild).
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Summary: A series of poetry one-shots about Lycanthropy-specifically Remus's experiences with lycanthropy while still at school.
Summary: Alone, in a small flat in west London, a young red-headed man contemplates the emptiness of his life and the importance of family. Miserable, lonely and haunted by memories of the past, Percy Weasley grieves for the family he severed from himself. Resolving that if ever there were a time for family to be together, it would be Christmas, Percy sets out on a voyage to reunite the Weasleys.
However, although the journey may seem simple to many, Percy finds himself plagued by doubts, fears and past hurts, and ultimately discovers that sometimes the biggest obstacles encountered on a journey home are those that come from within oneself. As Percy struggles first with depression, then with anger and finally with the deadliest of all sins – pride – the question remains, will he ever find his way back home?
Second Place in the Winter Snows, Prompt 1!
Summary: Christmas at the Black's is never fun. In an attempt to make the holiday season a little more special for Narcissa, Bella meets someone who will change her life forever.
Summary: Follow Molly and Arthur as they celebrate Valentine's Day from the flush of first love to the depth of mature love.
Summary: Caught up in a storm of emotions will they ever be able to forgive the other?
Summary: Late at night Lucius reflects on a successful party and what words of wisdom he might pass on to his son.
Summary: History of Magic class can actually be interesting if you just mishear Professor Binns!
Summary: Life goes on even in the darkest of winters, the coldest of Decembers. The snow is on the ground and a chill is in the air when a man makes one of the most important decisions of his life. If it were up to him alone, he'd have no trouble ruining it all... but is it really up to him alone?
“You're everywhere and nowhere baby, that's where you're at
Going down a bumpy hillside, in your hippy hat
Flying across the country, and getting fat
Saying everything is groovy, when your tires are flat.”
Platform shoes, purple flares, short skirts and funky tops. The 1970s. Pet Rocks are the big thing. The summers are hot. The bakers’ on strike. Sex, drugs and rock and roll are busting from your living room in black and white. It’s a confusing time to be a teenager, and an even more confusing time to be a teenage witch.
It’s the summer of 76. A summer of water fights, parties, sunburns and ice cream. Every day passes in a half forgotten blur. Cloud nine doesn’t reach your high. The world is your playground!
And then you wake up.
You never thought that you could be a person people look up to. You’ve spent your life messing up and playing somebody else’s part. But it’s time for a change. The year is 1976 and you are a sixth year student at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
This is your journey. And you’re in for one hell of a ride.
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.