Summary: A poem for Harry/Hermione.Thanks to Jess for encouraging me to publish this. I wrote this, not J.K.Rowling; she doesn't ship Harmony. :P
Summary: A free-verse poem depicting the final battle of the Last Battle.
Summary: This is a "Potter Parody" of the musical masterpiece, "Eleanor Rigby" - originally written by Paul McCartney and performed by the Beatles. It takes you on a musical journey from the opening chapters of Philosopher's Stone to the Epilogue in Deathly Hallows.
A night of paperwork, coffee, and burning the midnight oil... it wasn't an unfamiliar occurrence. But add in a minor slip-up and a mistaken potion, and events were sure to take an interesting turn.
This story was nominated for a 2011 Quicksilver Quill Award: Best Non-Canon Romance
Summary: No chestnuts roasting on an open fire; no mistletoe hanging from a doorway, inviting a warm Christmas kiss. Instead, Draco and Ginny's Christmas Eve is spent sitting on a dark, dirt floor, tied to one another – and not in the kinky way.
Summary: Long before there was Severus Snape, children the world over enjoyed the antics of a different, green-faced sourpuss. In parody and tribute, a melding of the two just in time for the holidays. Wishing all the participants at Mugglenet a very merry Christmas.
SPOILER ALERT for anyone who is not aware of the true identity of the Half-Blood Prince.
~~Nominated for 2011 Quicksilver Quills, Best Humor Story~~
Summary: It’s the first Christmas after the Great Battle, and Harry can’t seem to get into the Christmas spirit. In fact, he’s despondent, remembering only those who lost their lives in a war of bigotry and hatred. No one, including his best friends or his girl friend, can get him out of his slump. On Christmas Eve, however, a ghost from his past returns to take Harry on a journey of his past, present, and future to show him that Christmas—and life—is worth celebrating.
I am Liandrin of Ravenclaw, and this is my entry for the Of Christmas’ Past, Present and Future Challenge (prompt four) in The Great Hall.
Summary: Neville Longbottom went looking for air, wondering why everyone was calling him a hero. What came looking for him convinced him that maybe he was a hero after all.
Takes place after the Battle of Hogwarts in DH, but before the Epilogue.
Summary: When Ron listened to Hermione's screams from down in the cellar of Malfoy Manor, what was going through his mind?
I like her. She likes me. It must be obvious. Sounds simple, right?
Yeah. I thought so, too.
We're always talking and he never even so much as hints at anything.
I like him. I think he likes me.
I guess it isn't that simple.
James Sirius Potter is trying desperately to snag the girl of his dreams…but she doesn’t even know how he feels about her. She’s not giving him anything to work with! And besides, she’s a Ravenclaw; he’s not smart enough for her…
Molly Woodruff has had her eye on James Potter since they’d met. Now, three years later, she was very ready and willing to be his girlfriend. The boy must be blind to not see her staring at him!
Insanity ensues…because really, if a Potter is involved, it can’t be smooth sailing.
Summary: A poem set during Sirius Black's time in Azkaban.
Summary: Even death can't keep the Dark Lord busy for long! A few weeks after his death, Voldemort returns to earth and finds his magic lost.
Forced to live as a Muggle, Voldemort teams up with an unlikely friend in an attempt to get a flat, keep a steady job and regain his old glory.
Please note: This story contains ridiculous plot twists, kooky pop culture references, extremely out-of-character behavior, alternate universes galore and a great deal of random silliness. You have been warned!
Summary: Hermione Wilkins is an explorer with an over-active imagination. So when a woman show up on her doorstep claiming she is Hermione too, no one believes her. In fact, she is punished! Of course, the fact that she was climbing on the roof at the time might have had something to do with it...
But when Hermione Weasley appears once again, she shares a secret with Hermione Wilkins; mostly because she needs her help if she is ever going to achieve what she came to Australia for in the first place.
Summary: After fighting the biggest battle of his life, Harry Potter finds himself in new, uncharted territory. Beginning a week after the final battle at Hogwarts, Harry finds himself with many choices before him. He spent the summer trying to sort out his future with Ginny and the Ministry, but now must find a way to balance both. Ginny has left for Hogwarts to complete her final year, with Hermione, and Harry is starting work as a full-fledged Auror. They both must find a way to make their long-distance relationship work. Ginny hopes to find peace at school and Harry hopes to build his life around the expectation that Ginny will be with him forever. Despite all of this, there is more to the work that Harry is doing with the Ministry then he realises. Will Gaunt prove trustworthy in these new endeavours? Will Ginny and Hermione have a horror-free year at Hogwarts?
Summary: He left. Katie Bell has moved on; she loves someone else, but it's not enough – she can't let go of him. When they meet for a drink one night, it can only bring back memories and pain.
Summary: It started out as just a simple friendship between four boys. The story of that friendship, as it grew and they became men, would eventually define wizarding history and change the world forever. Documented here is the story of the four unique, imperfect, and remarkable boys who made up the Marauders.
Harry Potter and the Guardians of the Mindspeakers by Royari
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Summary: Harry, Ron, Hermione and Neville are back for their sixth year while Ginny and Luna return for their fifth. Something happened over the summer, something that brought them closer than they thought they could ever be. People who were thought to be dead keep showing up in their lives. And what is Harry's exact role in defeating Voldemort - and what do Fred and George have to do with it?
Summary: A look into the world of Tom Marvolo Riddle during his demise into Lord Voldemort. Although I will not make him incompatible with the Harry Potter universe, I will use this story as a re-imagining of the character. How Horcruxes are made, where he gets Nagini from, how he converts the Knights of Walpurgis into the notorious Death Eaters, and what his relationship with Albus Dumbledore will all be covered.
Summary: Voldemort has been vanquished in the Second Wizarding War and Hermione returns to start life afresh at the Burrow. However, a cloud of misery and gloom hangs over the house as the Weasleys mourn the death of their loved ones. To escape the atmosphere of despair and grieving, Hermione decides to live with the Lovegoods, where everything is serene and calm and the horrors of the world seem unrealistic. Parvati Patil is also staying with Luna and Xenophilius as her parents and twin sister are away in India, visiting their relatives. Ron is constantly pressurizing Hermione into marriage and sending daily owls as well as taking full advantage of the regular visits Hermione makes to the Burrow. But Hermione does not want to marry Ron, for she seeks many qualities in a life partner which Ron does not possess. When Molly marries Ginny to Harry, Ron gets another reason to goad her into commitment. And when Draco Malfoy arrives at the Lovegoods for a "brief stay", Hermione experiences unfamiliar emotions and realizes that she has fallen in love with Draco. But will Draco accept her despite her parentage? And what shall become of Ron when he comes to know of this development? An epic tale of adventure and romance, with Harry, Ginny, Ron, Hermione, Draco, Parvati and Luna as the main characters.