Summary: Scorpius isn't just a Slytherin, or a Malfoy, or dead sexy. Rose doesn't know how she feels about that.
Summary: Before he can dominate the world, Professor Doom must first take care of his son: Four-year-old Super Wizard.
Summary: Waking up in the hospital wing wasn’t Harry’s idea of fun. However, the results of his stay might just prove to be more pleasant than he imagined.
Winner of the Best Game Action Award in the SIYE Quidditch Challenge.
Summary: Now and then I think of all the times you screwed me over
But had me believing it was always something that I'd done
But I don't wanna live that way
Reading into every word you say -Somebody That I Used To Know by Gotye
Abraxas has a wake up call when his girlfriend becomes engaged to another man.
This is the prequel to The Purity of The Turf, although you do not have to read that story in order to understand this one.
This is Nagini Riddle of Gryffindor, writing for the TV challenge.
Ginny Weasley is where she used to dream to be someday. She is being hailed as the next great Quidditch player. She is the starting Chaser on the Holyhead Harpies and is playing Seeker for the first Unified United Kingdom Quidditch World Cup team. However, Ginny has discovered that being a 'Quidditch star' has costs. You have no privacy, and people will talk about you, saying things that have little or no foundation in truth.
Ginny is facing a turning point in her life. She will be going up against Viktor Krum and the favored Bulgarians. She also has a long term contract with the Harpies awaiting a signature after the match.
And there's always Harry Potter, the other part of her dream. Can she or does she still want both of them as the main part of her life?
Summary: "It's like I 'm lost
It's like I'm giving up slowly
It's like you're a ghost that's haunting me
Leave me alone
And I know these voices in my head
Are mine alone" -Addicted by Kelly Clarkson
It's been a year since Fred's death, and Katie finds herself in a terrible bind.
AU warning simply because I have written the story as if Katie was present when Fred was killed.
Summary: Part One in the "Penumbra" Series.
They call it the War of Blood, a cataclysm which will decide the fate of all sentient life and of wizardry. The Wizarding World is diseased, but Voldemort is just the canker. The worst elements of wizardry have now gathered, not only Death Eaters and Dementors, but all elements of darkness, because underneath it all, invisible to most but nonetheless present, there is an ancient war raging.
As he departs on the Horcrux Hunt, Harry Potter finds an unexpected ally. After he disappears, the unrest and corruption in the Ministry starts making things difficult for the Order and easier for the Death Eaters, Voldemort has found a new and deadly ally, and in the meantime, an elite group of goblins begin planning their own fight against Voldemort.
CHAPTER 3 IN QUEUE!"My name is Elia Shacklebolt. I am sixteen years old. I am the daughter of Kingsley Shacklebolt, an Auror, and his wife, Eliana, who died giving birth to me. I take after my mother in looks, but after my father in skill. I am a sixth-year Ravenclaw and a Prefect at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, and I may very well be on the road to being Head Girl next year, if I keep my anger in check. This is who I am, and this is who I have always been. At least, that's what they tell me..."
It started as a dream. A vision of Azkaban, of a woman who was calling out to Elia, calling for her to come and find her. People tell her that they're just her dreams, but Elia knows otherwise--and that's what scares her. She knows they aren't just dreams, she knows they mean something. And she is determined to find the truth. But she doesn't realize how terrifying the truth really is, the truth of who she really is, and what she's really meant to do. And by the time she realizes it, by the time she learns that some truths are best forgotten, it will be too late to turn back...
Part 1 of 4 of The Marked Ones
Summary: For years, Riddle's Children have been nothing but a slightly irritating faction of self entitled delinquents.
Or so they'd have you believe.
Wizardly storytelling liberties are taken.
Summary: As a Slytherin Sorted two years after the Battle, Astoria has never been popular. She's survived Hogwarts by keeping her head down. But when the news of her sister's engagement hits the papers, Astoria finds she's far more noticeable. For Daphne's fiance is Draco Malfoy, who is still universally loathed.
Why her sister wants to marry him, she has no idea. But then she meets Draco, and all loyalties are put asunder.
This is Equinox Chick of Hufflepuff writing for the Great Hall Cotillion 2014
Put Asunder is Astoria's version of the events first related in Until (Death) Eaters Do Us Part, and then Rumour Has It.
I am not JK Rowling. I think you know that by now.
Summary: Molly Weasley II, called Pat, and twenty-one lot and little-known facts. Or, how to navigate the Wizarding World while being a Weasley and being a Squib.
Summary: Beyond the grave, Luna's mother whispers words of comfort.
Written for the Anniversary Challenge in the Great Hall.
Summary: Static buzzes, and then a familiar voice sounds. Potterwatch, that wildly subversive radio show, is back with a new broadcast. A jazzy little poem.
Nominated for Best Poem in the 2014 Quicksilver Quill Awards.
Summary: As the students of Hogwarts confront increasing unrest beyond the castle walls and festering prejudices within, they must set aside old differences and forge new alliances. Now in their Sixth Year, James, Lily, and their friends struggle to find light amidst the encroaching darkness.
Summary: How do the Dursleys' garden and the Weasleys' garden compare?
Written for the Tamerlane Challenge. It took third place!
Summary: Severus' world becomes tarnished after Lily leaves it.
Written for the Tamerlane Challenge in PA.
He who robs me of my purse robs me of nothing.
Twas mine, tis his, and has been slave to thousands.
The stars are far brighter
Than gems without measure,
The moon is far whiter
Than silver in treasure.
--J. R. R. Tolkien
There are some who, were the sun pure gold, would snatch it from the sky.
This poem got third place in the first PA challenge I ever participated in, The Anniversary Challenge v.2. :D It has also been nominated for a 2013 QSQ.
Summary: Dudley Dursley makes a speech to honor the world's most famous wizard.
Summary: What promises could a cursed Ring possibly offer that could convince Dumbledore to put it on his finger, even knowing the consequences?
Summary: When Alice could still remember her mother, she always thought of flowers.
Nominated for Best Poem in the 2013 Quicksilver Quill Awards