Summary: A poem about Ginny Weasley after the Battle of Hogwarts.
Learn from Yesterday, Live for Today, Hope for Tomorrow by mgle_teacher
Rated: 3rd-5th Years [Reviews - 3]
Summary: Time heals all wounds
Summary: A lament for two lovers who died side by side in the most horrific war in wizarding history.
Summary: As of today, April 17, 2011, I am coming back!! I am working on the next chapter and thank all of my old fans! Hopefully some of you are still out there and new ones will be interested in reading!!
This story was previously known as "A Time of Confusion"
Summary: Lily Potter is getting ready for her last year at Hogwarts, shopping with her cousin in Diagon Alley. She is not particularly excited for the coming year until a chance encounter with a friend from her childhood changes her outlook. Suddenly, seventh year doesn't look so bad.
This is Gmariam of Ravenclaw writing for the 2011 Aprils Fools' Day Challenge in the Great Hall, Prompt 3, Next Generation.
Summary: Humiliated in front of the entire school by the purple-faced Pomona Sprout, Gilderoy Lockhart plots a grand revenge. His weapon of choice - a goblet full to the brim with steaming cocoa.
But has he underestimated the redoubtable Head of Hufflepuff House?
This is Gmariam of Ravenclaw and Equinox Chick of Hufflepuff writing for the 2011 Aprils Fools' Day Challenge in the Great Hall, Prompt 2 - Don't You Dare Prank Me!.
Disclaimer: We are not JK Rowling. If we had been, then there'd be far more stories about the Marauders in print.
This story is dedicated to our flist - especially the lovely Natalie (hestiajones). Enjoy!
Thanks for the on-the-hoof beta job, hestiajones.
Giddling madly, our story has been nominated for a 2011 QSQ for 'Best Darn Story Ever On The Archives' - okay, I mean Best HumoUr.
Summary: Something happens on a full moon night that James Potter didn't see coming.
This is for you, Kuri, for your remarkable patience as a beta and the endless hours on gmail.
Summary: A poem about the deaths of the Potters.
Summary: Remus can remember it as clear as day. The noise is what he remembers most. Shouting and screaming and the sound of the castle being slowly destroyed around him. The heat as well. Many people don’t remember the heat, but it was there. Sweat dripping from every man, woman and child.
What was going through Remus Lupin's mind on his last moments on this earth?
My version of how Remus and Tonks died. Slightly AU.
Summary: Luna isn't a pretty girl who plays Quidditch. She's just a quirky little thing who loves the color orange and hearing stories; luckily, she's a very good listener. One-shot, LL/FW, character death.
On the day of Draco Malfoy's post-war trial for the conspiracy to murder Albus Dumbledore, one Harry James Potter offered to give testimony. But what did Draco's oldest enemy have to say about the boy who had caused him nothing but grief for seven years?
This story has been nominated for a 2011 Quicksilver Quill Award: Best General Story.
Summary: “A friend is the one who comes in when the whole world has gone out.” ~Grace Pulpit
It’s been four years since the Fall of Voldemort, and the wizarding world has slowly returned to the peaceful time it had before the war. Life goes on, and those who perished are remembered by those who didn’t. But Draco Malfoy has found that instead of things improving, his lot in life only got worse. Ostracized by wizarding society, coping with the death of his father, and struggling to shape a new identity for himself, Draco decides to move to London. He applies for several jobs in the Ministry, and is hardly surprised when nearly all of them turn him down. But when one Department grudgingly accepts Draco as an employee, he is jarringly placed into close proximity with a young woman named Evelyn Longstone. That seemingly random placement will turn his entire world upside down.
Summary: Set in a world where HBP and DH never unfolded, Draco Malfoy finds himself facing an unnerving challenge: making peace with Hermione Granger.
Summary: A poem about the one thing Voldemort was missing.
Summary: Severus Snape fell off his broom the first time he tried to fly. He had no natural talent, not like the loathsome Potter, and couldn't really see the point at all in Quidditch.
But then he saw Lily watching a certain Chaser play and suddenly flying becomes very important.
I am not JK Rowling and I know nothing about flying on a broomstick. This is all made up.
Thank you Natalie (thelastolympian) for beta'ing this story in its original form a whole year ago.
Summary: Regulus Black was loved by his family. The perfect son, and what an honor it was for him to fulfill The Dark Lord's request! But Regulus also loved his family, so how far would he go to uphold their honor? And when will their honor go too far?
Summary: Everyone’s excited for the upcoming Triwizard Tournament, but while George Weasley is excited about it and wishes to join, his focus is drawn more to the Champions' trainer than to the game itself. But while George is trying to catch the attention of a very powerful girl, the Weasleys, Hogwarts’ professors, Hermione and Harry have a bigger problem…Voldemort’s daughter!
Could the Triwizard Champions' trainer have anything to do with Riddle Jr or is it just a coincidence they both appeared around the same time and are both Children of the Dark?
GW/OC. Side romances G/H, Hr/R, and Fred/Angelina
I don’t own anything but what I made up; most of its owned by J. K. Rowling.
Thank you to my betas bling baby and Redcastle for making this acceptable.
Summary: A distraught Hermione takes quill to parchment.
Summary: There are certain indispensable rules in the house of Black. You must stick with purebloods. You must disdain Muggles. You must keep up decorum at all times. You must show off your magic. You must appear to be a lady so a good pureblood boy will want to marry you.
Summary: Lily felt a swoop in her stomach at those words. They had done it, actually done it! She knew she should be furious with the boys for all of this, and ashamed of herself for not doing more to stop it, but it was all blotted out by her overwhelming need to find out what the boys were planning.