Summary: When Dolores Umbridge was a young girl, she pledged loyalty to one man: Cornelius Fudge. After a lifetime of service, the bounds of that loyalty are tested when the world comes crashing down around them.
Won Second Place in: The Dolores Umbridge Chaptered Fic Challenge.
Summary: He had told her that he'd be back. She had promised to wait.
Written for the SPEW 007 - prompt: "chase".
Summary: Of the seven deadliest sins, Ron suffers greatest from envy.
Winner of the Character Petrarchan Sonnet Challenge!
Summary: Draco is on borrowed time, and he knows it. A poem about his musings.( Lord knows, he wouldn't call them feelings)
Summary: Sirius has a problem with James.
What a wonderful state of confusion!
Lily/SIrius. This is just_the_contrary of Ravenclaw House, and this story the first one-shot for NEWT Romance.
Summary: Third one-shot in the Janey Weasley series.
We skip ahead to her fifth year, although this particular saga is told through the eyes of ordinary, Quidditch Captain, Hufflepuff boy, Frankie, as he realises that even though everybody loves Janey Weasley ... he might just love her a little bit more. What’s a young, Hufflepuff Quidditch Captain to do? Ask the people close to her for advice? Ask his team mates for advice? Do something bold and daring for the first time in his life? ALL of the above? I guess you’ll have to read and find out, won’t you?
Summary: A ballad about my favorite conflicted hero and the lengths to which his loyalty drives him.
Second place entry in The Ballad Challenge
Summary: *Nominated for 2006 Annual Quicksilver Quills Awards for Best Original Character in reference to Rathius Ratbone*
It is Ginny's last year at Hogwarts, and the lessons she will learn are not restricted to books and classes. As she struggles to hold onto that which she holds most dear, the youngest Weasley will come to learn much about love, friendship, and herself.
This is the fifth story in the Epilogues story arc. If this is the first of my stories you have sat down to read, please read Right Here, One Good Day, and Epilogues Part I prior to reading this fic.
Summary: It is early in the morning
I wake up from the light
And just for a moment
Everything seems alright.
A poem about the day the war ended, written from Ginny's perspective.
Summary: The final meeting between Harry and Voldemort. The 5 main characters are here; Harry, Ron, Hermione, Ginny and his lordship of evil Voldemort.
Summary: A look into the life of Voldy's pet snake, Nagini.
Summary: Cedric has a secret admirer...One-shot and pretty short at that. It's more of a long drabble than anything else, and a bit of a character sketch, as people have come to expect from me. Enjoy!
Summary: A poem about everyone's favorite werewolf and his own struggles in the world.
Summary: Lesson one in Slian Martreb's class on the MNFF Beta Forums.
Summary: Snape reflects on the night he fled Hogwarts.
Summary: Lily Evans and her best friend, Alice Eston, spend a free period together in camaraderie and bliss. Until, of course, the newly instated Head Boy comes to ruin their fun. This tale is a one-shot exploration of the prelude to Lily/James.
Summary: Doubt thou the stars are fire,
doubt the sun doth move.
Doubt truth to be a liar,
but never doubt thy love. Hamlet, Shakespeare.
Lily Evans and Severus Snape lived in two different worlds; they had two separate lives. How is it then that they managed to find love in the dark?
Escaping Fate - Alongside Certain Death And Other Such Predicaments by Oppungo
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 5]
Summary: When Hermione asked to be transferred to Romania, she thought it would be an escape from adventure, trouble and her past. However, it seems that all those things have returned - with a vengeance. As she battles on through the seemingly endless tasks and trials, it seems she can escape certain death for the time being - but can she escape fate while she's at it?
Joint winner (with cherryandphoenixfeather) of the Gauntlet 2!
Summary: No one could believe Oswel would be mental enough to go on an actual killing spree. No one could believe five people had died on one day. They're all busy sobbing and blaming themselves, but I'm clever enough to know it's Oswel's fault. It's Oswel's fault, and I don't care.