Summary: Latin for "the Name is the Sign".
A hint from destiny, a promise of love, an intriguing apprentice ... Certainly much more than what James and Lily had expected from a routine mission as Aurors at one dark, cold Halloween night. Final Chapter is up! Please R & R :D :D
Summary: Narcissa never seems to have time for her son...
Summary: The Dark Lord has a plan to kill Harry Potter once and for all, but he will need something done first, and he wants Narcissa to do it. But when the time comes that she has to complete her mission, will she be able to sacrifice something she loves to help her master, or will she turn back?
Summary: Narcissus Rain, by Periwinkle of Hufflepuff House, in response to Spring Challenge #2.
It's a cold, rainy day, and Hermione thinks about the Last Battle, and the effects of it on others.
Runner up in the Spring Challenge #2
It’s New Year’s Eve and through a meaningless game, Hermione’s biggest secret is almost revealed. She escapes and finds herself face to face with the secret’s core.
3rd story in a series of Hermione/Draco one-shots (Check out my author page for more information)
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Summary: James and Lily are into their 7th year and Lily still cannot stand James. However, there is something entrancing about his dark brown eyes...rated 6-7th years for violence and some scary situations
I am currently working on the 3rd chapter! Thanks to those who read and reviewed!
Summary: "It is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.” ~ Tennyson
One entry from the journal of Remus J. Lupin shortly after the death of Sirius Black ponders why the old adage is true.
Submission by orange_balloon of Gryffindor for the February Valentine’s Extra Credit Challenge.
Summary: "I have a thousand dark nights that will never be spent with you. I have a chorus of broken voices. The victims of war. I have the misery, the stench of death in my hair. The poignant, musky odor that terrifies me of what is to come. The ringing of a hundred mournful cries."
Summary: It's Harry's 7th year. He's defeated Voldemort and was critically injured. He,Ron, and Hermione decided to attend Hogwarts for their final year. But not before Harry talks to Ginny at the Burrow. He discovers that things are not what he expected... Follow Harry on his journey to win back the woman he loves.
Summary: On New Years' Eve, James finds himself wandering around thinking about the conversation that he had with Lily a week ago and he begins to realize what he has to do to really get her.
Summary: Harry is back at the Burrow for Bill's wedding. He realizes he has made some mistakes and plans to change them, but things go better than planned.
Summary: Challenge 3- Theodore Nott thought he was independent, didn't need anyone. Until the one person he did need, his father was killed, and now he realises just how much he relied on him. But Nott-senior was killed serving the Dark Lord, and Theodore needs some time and space to sort out his mixed feelings. Advice from an unexpected quarter might help too.
Summary: Entered for the Redemption Challenge by Slian Martreb of Ravenclaw. Set on New Year's of Harry's fourth year, this is the tale of what happens to two men who loved too much.
(SSP warning, and one character gets roaring drunk)
Edit 1/17: Oh. And it won. The challenge. *smug*
Summary: “Wow…” she said with a smile. “Who would’ve thought that today wouldn’t be so bad after all?”
It's Christmas day, but Hogwarts is gloomy. A lonely Lavender Brown goes for a walk, and soon enough she finds herself under the mistletoe with a certain classmate...
Written for Winter Snows Challenge #3: A Kiss for the Ages. For Ravenclaw house (go Ravenclaw!).
Summary: Response to Winter Snows Challenge # 1 for Hufflepuff House.
The cold and the wet went unnoticed to the lone person wandering the streets. The numbness he felt had nothing to do with the chill. His heart was frozen. For him, this day, of all days, was the worst day of the year. How could anyone see this day as a cause for celebration? Certainly Voldemort was gone, but so was the one person who made life worth living. Seven years had passed since Voldemort’s downfall; but so had seven years since her smile was last seen. How anyone could pluck up the courage to celebrate this day was beyond him.
Summary: Written in response to Winter Snows Challenge One: Redemption.
It’s New Year’s Eve. A young man wanders the streets of a town, blaming himself for the loss of a loved one, and a young woman sits before her fire, pondering the effects of the war. What happens when one mentally calls for the other, without even knowing it? A life-altering conversation is held amongst the two, its result mending a rupture between the One and the world—his world, the world he loved.
The war ended less than a year ago, and it has been five years since the end of Book Seven. WARNING: This is not to be taken as a romantic shipping.
Summary: Harry has spent his entire life saying good-bye. Even now as he locks himself away in Number 12 Grimmauld Place, he may have to say it again. Can love pull him through?
Summary: With magic finding its way into the Muggle community more and more each day, along with the mounting number of deaths in both worlds, Lily Evans knows without a doubt that foul influences are spreading and darker times are nearing. Little does she know, however, that there is yet another force at work--one that she would personally view as being able to cause equally ghastly effects. What is this great and ever evil force? James Potter has matured into the most incredible sight Lily Evans has ever beheld. This is, obviously, a terrible thing for she already had the tendency to think that maybe she had misjudged Potter--and that maybe she was indeed interested in him. Never yet, however, had she found herself incapable of resisting Potter‘s charms. This alteration might, unfortunately, have the most undesired result of leaving Lily fuddled enough to succumb to Potter’s charm. With the prospects of having to spend an increased amount of time with him (due to the fact that they were both made the Head Students of the year), she could already foresee how difficult this task of refusal would be to continue. This minor development, or colossal one (if you think along the lines of Lily Evans), could possibly cause her to rethink her loathing of the boy, and even possibly (*gasp!*) persuade her to try to get to know him better?! Not that Lily Evans was vain by any means, only that this might cause her to ponder James a little more, and possibly come to the conclusion that she was wrong. And this, above all else, was the worst possible result--admitting that for once she wasn’t right.
Feedback would be lovely--read and review please!! It's my first fic and I'd much appreciate your views on it...
Summary: The princess is gone, the prince is under a curse, and the knight does not know how to save him.
The challenge I had for this was, "People think Sirius is vain, just because he's good-looking. But when Hufflepuff Guilderoy Lockhart suggests a "Fairest of Them All" competition, Sirius wants nothing to do with it... until SOMEONE ELSE puts his name in the running. Lockhart will do anything to win, Sirius will do anything to lose, and Remus would do anything at all to get out of being the final judge, if only he could. Should include the line: "I can wear a bag over my head if I want to! Think of it as a new fashion!" if possible - you decide who says it!" Despite that, this is really not a humor fic. I couldn't get the line in, either.
Summary: Harry tries to cope with the death of someone close to him. HBP spoilers.