Summary: As victims fall during the Battle of Hogwarts, one woman makes a startling discovery and finds that she is suddenly faced with an entirely new world of problems to deal with.
Written for the Ghost Writers Challenge in the Great Hall. It won an honorable mention!
The end of the world comes not from the hand of Lord Voldemort, but an incurable disease. When Britain falls, those that are left must keep on running.
And never stop.
Winner of the 2012 Quicksilver Quill Award for Best Alternate Universe!
Summary: They called her the queen of Hogwarts. But queens lose their crowns so easily.
Summary: When Lily asks James to teach her how to play Quidditch, James comes up with an interesting analogy...
Summary: A poem describing a Death Eater in court, right after his testimony, as his love watches on.
Summary: Lily has planned this meeting from the day she and James began dating. First, there would be the greetings between James and her parents. Then, dinner would come. This would be closely followed by a time to just chat and have her parents and boyfriend become acquainted with each other. Everything would be perfect. But this all changes after her sister’s insufferable boyfriend shows up, “Black” magic goes haywire, and her parents don’t return from ‘their honeymoon all over again’ until the next day. Couples battle it out, and it seems no one will make it out in one piece after three arm wrestling matches, a bounding black dog, and an angry exchange. This meeting is certainly not going as planned...
Chapter 7 Updated!!
Summary: A person from Remus's past returns to his life, someone with whom he has a very personal history. How will she affect his relationship with Tonks? Who will he choose? And what will happen that turns everyone's lives upside down?
Summary: Oliver Wood does the thing he loves the most: Play Quidditch.
Summary: A Free-verse questioning Peter on his motives.
Summary: Ginny’s right shoulder must have been her lucky one, because when it shatters in a painful collision with two Bludgers, star Chaser Ginny Weasley finds herself as a Reserve player on a Quidditch team in crisis. If that wasn’t bad enough, Draco Malfoy invades her flat, Oliver Wood gets on her nerves, and Harry and Hermione are out to get the axe-murderer who’s out to get her. Could her life get any worse? Apparently, it could. (pre-DH)
Summary: We all know that Ronald Weasley was sorted into Gryffindor. But what if he was placed in Ravenclaw?
Ronald Weasley is at the top of his class, and even has the best girlfriend a Head Boy could ask for. His smarts make him enemies, and a certain Gryffindor loathes and detests him for an old feud that never died out. Will Ron be able to come to his senses before his situation turns for the worst?
Summary: A girl's Quidditch dreams become true.
Summary: Jonothan Ivory has gone through a event he wishes upon no one. But how will he get through it?How will he get over his longing for his beloved Moiré?
Summary: The eve of Won-Won’s “coming-of-age” birthday, Hermione questions her diminishing hopes of rekindling a friendship between Ron and herself. In her meticulously neat, slanted cursive, she fluently inscribes her ulterior emotions and thoughts into her diary as she looks on Ron’s love life. One-shot.
Summary: Arianna Perry just wants someone to talk to, maybe even be her friend. Charlie Weasley wants someone to like him for who he is, and not because of his Quidditch talent. When Ari and Charlie meet, a strong friendship bonds the two. However, being "just friends" seems impossible to both...but is risking their friendship for a possible love worth it?
Summary: Bartemius Crouch, virtually isolated, with only a house-elf and his mad son as housemates, does not expect the first Christmas without his wife to a pleasant one. Nothing to distract him from the endless nightmares that choke the vitality out of his life…or can the heart of a child change that? Response for Challenge #6, Angels, from Moony of Ravenclaw House.
Summary: This is an entry to the Monthly Challenge, number three. The quote used is: “Be not forgetful to entertain strangers: for thereby some have entertained angels unawares. - The Bible, Hebrews 13:2”. Submitted by WonderfulWeasley of Gryffindor.
*First place winner of the October 2005 quote challenge!!
Summary: Neville Longbottom is a shy, bumbling child, teased by his classmates and bullied by his grandmother. So why does he even try? Courage doesn't always roar.
Summary: What did Quirell do that infamous day in Book 1? My first story, please read and review.