Summary: One-Shot, no ships, mild violence, some strong language, slight suggestion of alcohol abuse.
Sirius Black has been locked away in Azkaban for twelve years, only to escape and be locked away again in the house of his father's, locked away with only an unrecognisable friend and haunting memories for company. The memories can never be erased, the guilt can never be forgotten. But when you have lost everything there is to loose, there has to be something - someone - out there to gain.
a good friend can comfort you...a great friend can understand you...but only a true friend can bring you back
Summary: It takes a lot to stop a twenty-three year old man in his tracks when he’s been walking along stubbornly, staring at the ground. Especially when he’s been pondering how to explain to the Ministry of Magic that he is unable give them the names of ten or more wanted men because of the Fidelius Charm, of which he is under. Granted, this is no ordinary man we are about to meet. No, this is one Mister Draco Malfoy, a wizard with white-blonde hair and soft, grey eyes. Five years ago he was described by many to be “steely,” due to his very pale skin, hard grey eyes, and overall rough disposition. However, we do not want to meet the Mister Draco Malfoy of five years ago, do we? No, we want to meet the Draco Malfoy of now.
Sexual Situations are only references. EDIT: And, I must warn you, it is a Dramione.
Summary: A poem from the point of view of a pure-blood wizard trapped in noble society.
Summary: The Final Battle is over and as expected Harry defeated Voldemort. Its time for everyone to move on with their lives but some are finding it harder than others. Everything and everyone has changed, but some people are finding to move on and some people can't help but hold a grudge.
Rating just in case.
This is my first attempt at writing my own fan-fic so I hope you all enjoy!!
All reviews get a reply!
Summary: Jocunda Sykes
Born 1915 in Derbyshire, England. Currently calls the United States her home.
Jocunda Sykes’ life was not her own – ruled by rigid social institution and overbearing parents – but she was determined to get it back. As the first person ever to attempt this trip and survive, Jocunda not only gained fame for flying across the Atlantic on a broomstick, but also earned her freedom and respect as a woman.
Entered for the Wizard Card Spring Challenge by Gigi of Ravenclaw.
Summary: Three young wizarding folk must overcome the prejudices their world has created for them. Can Draco Malfoy tolerate his former enemy, the irritating Hermione Granger; and then there's Morrigan Flaherty, the demented Death Eater who is favored about all by Voldemort and believes that Muggles should be wiped out entirely--all whilst he tries to keep a cool head and make his change for the good permanent. Hermione believes that using something as simple as Christmas can help her catalyze a change in the surly, hateful Morrigan. And while Morrigan is being forced into the reality that liars (such as Voldemort) do not exempt their followers from their lies, can she avoid other catastrophic changes? A tale of moral questioning, change, and love.
Summary: A Petrarchan sonnet describing Hermione's loneliness in her first year until she found her friends. User name on the Beta Boards is also Colores, and I am in Hufflepuff.
Summary: This is a poem about Ron's last moments on Earth. That's all I can say without giving too much away.
Summary: Albus and his girlfriend are having some misconception-related problems...which leads to a certain injury.
This entry is by BloodRayne of Gryffindor, for prompt #1 of the monthly One-Shot Challenges.
Summary: “I can make things move without touching them, I can make animals do what I want them to do, without training them. I can make bad things happen to people who annoy me. I can make them hurt if I want to.” Tom Riddle / Half-Blood Prince
Albus Dumbledore and Harry Potter have just discovered that a cave could contain one of the missing Horcruxes of Voldemort. They have ventured quietly out of Hogwarts to extend their search.
But why is Dumbledore moaning and screaming while he is drinking a certain green potion in the cave where the Horcrux is?
This is what happens when Albus Dumbledore has to relive someone’s worst memory: In a cave with Harry Potter, and whatever horrid thing Voldemort has come up with. This is what Dumbledore saw while drinking the potion.
This was originally written for the March Challenge - Prompt Number Six. I am Ron x Hermione, of Hufflepuff.
Summary: His house beneath the shadow of a storm cloud, the man once knwon as Peter Pettigrew must choose between right and wrong.
He has ten minutes to decide whether he will die or join a group of wiizards so powerfull they will defeat everything in their way.
this is my first one shot
is only rated 3rd to fith for use of the four letter exclamation that literally means "curse" i didnt want to be rejected for improper rating.
Summary: Tom Riddle awakens and extends his power, drawing Ginny into the Chamber of Secrets as she draws him into her own secret thoughts.
Summary: Ginny struggles with life and love after the final battle.
Summary: James has asked Sirius to look after baby Harry for a few hours. This might not have been a good idea.
Summary: “So how could it have gone so wrong? How could such friendships fail?” ~The Sorting Hat
Everyone knows the story of the Four Founders of Hogwarts; the tales of Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, and Slytherin are legendary. But did everything happen in the same way that it has always been told? Did Salazar Slytherin leave strictly because of differences concerning the purity of blood? Did friendships suffer and fail because of arguments concerning the running and ruling of Hogwarts? Or was there another reason? Could the story of a romantic relationship between two of the four friends have been lost to time? And did such an event cause more damage to the school than the beliefs in blood?
Written for the “February One-Shot Challenge” by megan_lupin of Gryffindor.
Edit: Received an Honorable Mention!
Summary: It is the same every night for Ginny. Harry has been staying at The Burrow for a fortnight and is preparing to leave. Yet, his belief in what he is about to do is wavering and Ginny is determined to bring it back, any way she can.
This is for prompt number four, (the belief prompt), in the New Year's Challenge. I am phily on the forums and I am in Hufflepuff!
Summary: A series of poems through Sirius' perspective as he reflects on his life while in Number 12 Grimmauld Place. Rated for Character Death in later chapters. Written prior to Deathly Hallows.
Summary: The story of Petunia and Lily told in a parody of the poem “Annabelle Lee” by Edgar Allen Poe.
This was written for Cwiddy for Secret Badger – February in the Hufflepuff Common Room.
Summary: The Dumbledore brothers have a colourful history. One is the scholar, the hero, and the Headmaster we all know. The other... Well, there's that story about the goat.
A little Valentine for the Ravenclaws. Warning: this does contain the goat.
Summary: Harry and a Slytherin girl start thinking along the same lines...