Summary: Andromeda is left alone with Teddy, or so she thinks.
Summary: Merlin has a dream to unit the world of the Muggles and Magicians. At the center of his dream is the son of Uther and Igraine, Arthur.
Summary: There's only one thing Lily ever regretted...
No DH Spoilers!
Summary: After losing one you love, it's not easy to move on. But eventually, you will. Moving forward is a part of life.
Summary: Poor Kimberly Cura has been uprooted from her home in the Philippines and moved to Britain for no reason what-so-ever. It isn’t long before her parents’ motive becomes clear and Kimberly’s life changes forever. She is introduced to a whole new way of life, new friends, new enemies and new adventures. Join Kim on her voyage of discovery. This is set during the Marauder Era.
Summary: Moaning Myrtle has been spying on students again!
This time, it just so happens to be Sirius Black. He's alone and in the Prefects' Bathroom. Does it get any better?
Summary: A mother grieves the loss of her son in the surroundings where she first learned her only child was dead - the place of the final task of the Tri-Wizard Tournament.
Summary: Charlie Weasley and Nymphadora Tonks have been friends for a while, but one night after a Quidditch game, their relationship grows to something more than friendship.
Summary: In the end of the final battle, Harry is faced with the most difficult decision of his life. He is outnumbered by the remaining Death Eaters, and the two beside him will surely die. The only question is...Who will kill them?
Summary: In a deadly situation which Ron knows he might not survive, his mind flashes back to a memory that could save his life; only if the love that fuels it is sustained.
Inspired by the song, Secret Place, by Dean Geyer. Written for the June One-Shot Challenge by FlightofthePhoenix of the wonderful house Hufflepuff
Summary: It's midnight, and neither Remus nor Sirius can get the faintest bit of sleep. Everyone else in their dorm is sound asleep though, and the sky outside is beautiful. So what do they do on this perfect midnight? Slightly fluffy. One-shot. Slash SB/RL. My first real HP fanfic.
Summary: Lily Evans can’t help but have noticed something isn’t quite right. The inseparable Gryffindor boys aren’t speaking to one another, and Remus Lupin seems particularly withdrawn and upset. Figuring she should do something, Lily resolves to speak with Remus, but what should she say?
Summary: Drama, romance, adventure and darkness are the ingredients of my story. Harry is heartbroken from the break-up with Ginny and devastated from the death of Dumbledore. Ron and Hermione are captured in their own world. Draco is running from his destiny and his farther. Ginny is confused and feels as if Harry is slipping away from her. A new mysterious character appears and she is anything but ordinary. My story takes place right after Dumbledore's funeral and chains of events are happening which are leading to a climax that is more than you can handle. Read! You won't be disappointed!
Summary: Seven years after the Second Wizard War, a mother tells her daughter the story of the man she loves, who disappeared after the war ended to save his and his lover’s life. The Wizarding World has settled down again, peace returning to them after the defeat of Lord Voldemort. Written in first person, present tense, from the point of view of a seven year old girl.
Summary: The Marauders are in third year Muggle Studies, with their latest class project sneaking up on them: ballroom. "Who cares?" they think, "Hardly any Muggles even dance; they don't even like it that much. Why should we have to deal with it?" Professor Richardt has other ideas.
I recently read back through this and cringed at how poorly written it was. I'm going to finish the sequel, and then this story is getting completely revamped. Thanks to all who put up with the poor writing and complimented it!
Summary: CoS missing moment. Why was Penelope Petrified with Hermione? Did Hermione tell her about the Basilisk? What really happened that day?
Summary: Written for an in-house challenge, this series of magical debates explores three important issues in the wizarding world today: education, time travel, and werewolves’ rights. Join the writers of Ravenclaw as we address both the pros and cons of these pressing concerns.
Summary: One-Shot written for Electronic Quillster's NEWT Level Romance class.
Updated from a drabble I wrote for an OWL Level Romance class.
Summary: For Fleur's summer wedding to Bill, she digs up an old family tradition that requires every witch and wizard to be paired up for the wedding reception. When Fred and George are accidentally placed in charge of the matching, however, nothing short of chaos ensues. Will they be able to straighten things out? To they want to?