Mary, Mary Quite Contrary Macdonald Teaches Snape the Meaning of Life by SnapeLives
Rated: 3rd-5th Years [Reviews - 2]
Summary: Mary Macdonald has certainly "changed" for the weirder. She has a couple of obsessions and trouble remembering things. Will she be able to teach Snape the meaning of life or will she just drive him crazy?
Summary: Mallory is a young 25-year-old bakery owner who lives alone in the tiny apartment above her shop. Grief stricken that her grandmother has just passed away, she sifts through the boxes she's taken from the old woman's estate and stumbles across an old grimoire. As she turns through the pages, making out this word and that, she accidentally unlocks a magic spell. The creature that visits her in the dreamlike dawn seems like a fantasy. But he's very, very real.
Summary: When you love someone, they stay with you until your last day on earth. And nothing can kill you faster.
Some secrets are so full of confusion and agony that they leave your mind and heart spinning for days, even years. Deanne Jenkins knows this feeling all too well, thanks to one girl: Nymphadora Tonks.
New chapter is up! The italicized quote is from the last chapter.
Summary: Rap along with Regulus Black in his final hours as he tells the Dark Lord how it is - to the tune of Cleaning Out My Closet by Eminem.
Summary: Anurag Krishnan, tall, dark and charming is an impossible young man who is of the opinion that the world revolves around him and his thoughts and that no one ever cares enough for him. There is nothing he can’t question; nothing he can’t doubt and lately, he feels that his parents themselves might have underestimated him somewhere.
However, an unexpected visit to an unknown past changes it all and in a matter of hours, Anurag changes from an immature, brash boy to a more accepting, calmer young man. So what was the secret that changed him? What was this memory of his, which despite being tucked away in the deepest pit of his brain caused him to come out and grow up?
This is Ginny Weasley Potter of Hufflepuff writing for the final exam of the Charming Characters class on the MNFF Beta Forums.
Summary: Hermione has lived thirty-six years on this earth. The last twenty or so of them have been blissful and perfect, married to her best friend and lover. They have two beautiful children at Hogwarts. Ron's an Auror, and Hermione works in the new office at the Ministry, for the Mandatory Respect of Elf Rights Department. Then, one afternoon in February, she's called to St. Mungo's, where everything is ruined, and she's forced to remember the easier past.
Summary: Death. It is completely inevitable; we will all irrevocably meet our end, someday. Of course, there are those of us who wish to deny it. But they will be proven wrong, one day.
A poem about Voldemort, and the fear he must face, as we all do.
Summary: Five years after the Final Battle, Auror Hermione Granger returns to the scene of the battle, Hogwarts, to teach Defence Against The Dark Arts, and to try to find peace after the deaths of all those she held dear. She never expected to find love...
Summary: I couldn't believe I had to chop down the school Christmas tree with Lily Evans. Little did I know she had something else in mind as well...
Summary: Because Angelina Weasley had an irritating tendency to match-make, Oliver Wood had made excuses the last few times he'd been invited to to one of her parties. But after the revelations in the Daily Prophet about his personal life, he rather hoped he'd be safe this year.
But he'd reckoned without her determination that everyone needs some festive joy at Christmas.
Disclaimer: I am not JK Rowling, despite the spaghetti bologneise.
Thank you very much to Natalie (hestiajones) for beta'ing this and for being supportive. Thanks also to my flist who have put up with a lot of wangst from me recently. Thanks also to Maple for an interesting point she made in an SBBC discussion about Oliver ...
This is Equinox Chick from Hufflepuff , writing for the Great Hall-iday Challenge - prompt 3 Operation:Mistletoe.
Due to an extremely prudish glitch affecting the boards, stories rated 6th-7th or Professors cannot be read, at the moment. For this reason I have temporarily lowered the rating, although this is really 6th-7th. You have been warned.
Summary: Ever wondered what exactly Moody did to the witch who shouted "Boo!" behind him on April Fool's Day? Well, it turns out he made her an Auror...
[Sexual Situations waring is for mild innuendo at one point - just to be on the safe side!]
Summary: This is the story of the rat, the stag, the werewolf, and the dog. They met by fate and were bound by a secret. Hopes, fears, love, tears, great and small, Marauders all.
The boys are back for another year at Hogwarts. More laughter will follow... against a backdrop of trouble, secrets, inspiration, and a Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher that could... well, wouldn't want to spoil the surprise would we? Here is the senseless second year of Moony, Wormtail, Padfoot, and Prongs.
Summary: While Ginny sulks in her bedroom of The Burrow, her whole family in hiding and the love of her life on the run, she thinks. She thinks dark thoughts, and she think depressing thoughts. Mostly, she thinks of Harry.
Summary: The vital Battle of Hogwarts is abruptly put to an end by an intruder and an incident. Opening his eyes, Lord Voldemort finds his identity has been obliterated; he is now young Tom Riddle. He and the intruder Bella Reagan, someone he knew so long ago, must find a way to live, survive—but not quite underground.
After much frenzy, the Ministry states that the Dark Lord is gone and continues rounding up many confused, chaotic Death Eaters. Minerva McGonagall, the Headmistress, requires Hogwarts students to repeat their previous year so as to receive competent magical education. So when Harry recognizes Tom Riddle, he believes Lord Voldemort has infiltrated Hogwarts and leads an urgent investigation to find the truth of things.
Tom and Reagan are under scrutiny of the Trio and the professors even as several notorious Death Eaters elude capture and more old acquaintances, by happenstance, are found again. Security must be built by any means, and the opposition’s threats held at bay. There are few people any one can trust.
But it is as if they are looking through a veil, thinking through a veil. There’s a truth in the undercurrent of this unnatural flow of life in the Light, one that can’t seem to get past anyone’s mind. After all, the Light plays tricks, too.
Disclaimer: I am not J.K. Rowling.
Summary: She has managed to wreak more chaos in one day than the Weasley twins could in a typical week. What more could go wrong? How about a matchmaking witch, an unplanned pregnancy and an unexpected meeting?
Summary: Each of us wears a mask. It is invisible to many and visible to some. But what happens to us when we take off the mask? What happens when we’re given a third chance at life to make things right?
Severus Snape has been given this exact opportunity. Since his death, Snape finds himself somewhere stuck between the veil and the Wizarding world. As Snape finds himself moping around his old flat, he has unexpected visitors that change the rest of his existence. Can the trio help Severus? And will he, the man in the mask, revel more of his past?
Summary: A rap written for the MC Kreacher Challenge in Poetry Anyone. Slytherin's queen dishes it out. Loosely based around Swish and Flick Wrock and Tik Tok's beat by Ke$ha.
Summary: Molly Weasley has enough to deal with throughout her day. When Arthur decides to start a new project in the middle of their sitting room it's the last straw. The tale of how a Muggle clock becomes so much more.
Summary: What if Ron hadn’t started dating Lavender yet by the night of Professor Slughorn’s Christmas party during their sixth year? Here’s a glimpse of what could have happened during Ron and Hermione’s first official date, which involves a few glasses of mead, a small bout of jealousy, and the discovery of a secluded spot for a romantic rendezvous.
Summary: Ginny Weasley was always overlooked.
Always the youngest,
Always the smallest,
And was never… really given the chance to let her voice be heard.
But sometimes the best insight comes from those who were always in the background.
Her story of redemption,
Proves that she was never just the Weasley brothers’