Summary: The 'grim old place' is wearing on Sirius like water on rock, slowly eroding his spirit. When Tonks offers him a way to take his lover out for the evening, he doesn't hesitate to slip the leash and make the most of four hours of freedom.
Summary: Brave, resourceful and with a great soundtrack, Harry Potter has faced countless challenges over time. Dozens of Death Eaters…bring them on. Angry ogres…nothing could be easier. Voldemort even…he was simple. Then Harry meets a real challenge. Now if he can only find the instruction manual…
Summary: Rowena Ravenclaw did not believe in dreams. Neither did she believe in foreseeing the future. But how far can a certain curious dream go in proving her false? One shot. Submitted by miss padfoot of Hufflepuff for Challenge Two: The Dreams Challenge in the New Year Challenge.
Summary: Born into a time of turmoil and hardship, Rowena Ravenclaw always knew she was different. There was something that would haunt her mind deep in the night- an unseen and unknown power.
Now she has met three other young people who have this power. Together, they can bring the magic back. Together, they can do great things. But the magic is for only those who believe.
I am smiley10792 and I am in Hufflepuff house.
Summary: Draco Malfoy is running for his life. He has no idea where is is headed or who he will run into but anywhere would be better than where he has been... right?
This story is for the New Years Challenge under the prompt "At the Sign of the Green Dragon".
I am NikkiSue and I am writing this for Slytherin house.
On the Life and Times of Gary the Green : The Ballad of a Gnome by Mind_Over_Matter
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 8]
Summary: What Harry experiences during one of his sessions of practicing Occlumency with Snape. 3rd-5th Years becuase of language.
Summary: ‘She told me I could have anything. I asked her for one hour. One entire hour where she would be completely mine. I only hope no one will ever find out, not even her.’
Summary: One man’s traitor is another man’s savior. Peter must choose to be the Order’s meek tool or the Dark Lord’s valuable assistant. A Peter Pettigrew character study.
Summary: A meet the parents one-shot, Ron and Hermione style. Enjoy!
Written for the Ravenclaw Secret Christmas Fic Swap.
Disclaimer: I don't own Harry Potter, sadly.
Summary: Christmas Eve never came so strangely to Sirius or Remus.
Prompt, "O Christmas Tree!"; Author, stardust; House, Hufflepuff.
Summary: A parody, obviously, on "Oh Little Town of Bethlehem," by wicked angel of Ravenclaw. Enjoy and a very happy Holiday to all of you!!
Summary: So many children had passed through her class in the small Primary School of Little Whinging, and Miss. Morrison liked to think she remembered them all. The shy ones, who hid behind their mothers legs or curled up in their fathers protective arms; the boisterous ones, who ran in small, never ending circles with boundless energy. The smart ones and the ones who struggled, sometimes bravely and sometimes with tears and tantrums. The short ones and the tall ones, the sweet and the mischievous; they were all special to her, in their own way, and they all earned themselves a special place in her memories. All of them, that is, except for one.
Summary: A poem about Voldemort.
Old Voldie I say,
His brain is mouldy...
Summary: These walls I have around me, are here for a reason. Draco Malfoy has always found the need to hide behind masks and smoke, but if it is blown away?
Summary: "By the time a girl like me has graduated from high school, she hardly remembers any of her friends from her elementary days. I think back to my first years in school and I remember little—names and faces, but not much more than that. . . But there’s one boy that I will never forgot, not for as long I as live." Christina has just moved to Little Whinging, and she befriends a boy named Harry Potter. From the author of "Woes of a Midget Owl" and "Buckbeak's Ferret Dinner."
Summary: Centuries pass; memories fade. No one remembers the sacrifices made to win the war. Only the portraits on the Headmaster’s wall, and one portrait in particular, is able to tell the story.
Summary: "Tonks watched him turn and raise his hand in his normal farewell salute. She copied, hoping it looked as natural on her as it did on him.
His chuckle of amusement told her it didn't."
Tonks liked him, she wasn't afraid to admit it, to herself anyway. To him? Never!
But what if she dared to...?
Summary: Post OotP - Lupin is coming to terms with the losses in his life and struggling to continue with his role within The Order. He has more trouble than he thought when a mysterious ailment plagues him and makes him a danger to those in the Order. Circumstances change, the war gets a lot worse. After a series of events, Lupin and Hermione find that all was not as it seemed nor who it seemed to be, and they grow much closer, more than seemed possible.
Summary: When he died I couldn’t accept it, it was like everything I knew was wrong, and all my nightmares came true, because of something which seemed unreal, to me anyhow. I couldn’t go on living like I was waking up to nothing. I had to do something to change it, and I did.
He’d died and left me alone and it was his entire fault. He should have fought harder and if he really did love me he would have lived. He wouldn’t have died like that, he was stronger. He was a legend everyone in the whole world knew about and a stupid avalanche had killed him. It was wrong. It was unreal – it hadn’t happened.
He couldn’t be dead. Just couldn’t.