After eviscerating Mary Sue in fiction, Mary Sue, I love you! and Mary Sue, Marauders love you!, I was seized by the irresistible urge to skewer her in sonnet. (my version of one, anyway, choosing content over iambic pentameter :D) Shakespeare's 18th sonnet, Shall I compare thee..., was my inspiration, since when it comes to Mary Sue fics, (including the humorous ones) So long as men can breathe, or eyes can see, So long lives this, and this gives life to thee....
*Rated 3rd-5th only due to a belief that younger readers shouldn't be exposed to unpleasant 'facts of life' like Mary Sue. ^_~ *
Summary: They say no one is born being evil. Is Tom Riddle an exception? A one-shot about the night a boy lost his innocence; the night everything changed for everyone. A story about how a boy turned into man... HBP spoilers. Please review. I'm very, very sorry for the weird problem with the format. It is now fixed, but I'm sorry if you had to read it without any spaces D:
Summary: A poem by Ginny who is going to see her lost love again.
Summary: On a cold New Year’s Eve, Harry, Hermione, Ron, and Ginny go to see the fireworks in Trafalgar Square. When Ron and Hermione sneak off to the “lemonade stand”, certain things are revealed to Harry and Ginny
Summary: One-shot about how love can come through the toughest of times to help us and guide us onwards. Obviously Harry/Hermione, else it would be in another section.
Summary: It doesn't take much too set Ron and Hermione off. And when Fleur announces she is inviting Krum to her wedding, Ron isn't happy. The question is, what is he going to do about it? Post-HBP Hr/R fic with some H/G
Summary: It is Ginny’s sixth year at Hogwarts. Harry, Ron, and Hermione are out looking for the remaining of Voldemort’s horcruxes. Meanwhile, Ginny is missing Harry more and more with every passing day. Ginny worries every day if he is all right, and if he will ever return to her. As time passes and Harry still doesn’t return, Ginny begins to wonder if the last time she bid goodbye to Harry was goodbye for now or goodbye forever. One shot.
Summary: When Lily takes a potion with drastic side-effects, she finds herself acting strangely around James Potter. More than this, she comes to notice things about him that she's never seen before. // One-shot.
Summary: One sharp tongue deserves another. Minerva had discovered that rule. If any words resulted in a smart smack, the punishment was uncalled for. Minerva did, in fact, receive some uncalled for punishments occasionally, but she had forgotten them. Small things were not meant to linger over. This man was no exception.
Summary: In another time, perhaps, they might not have fallen apart so. (Regulus, Sirius, solitude.)
First place in April's Poetry challenge.
Summary: [One-shot] Missing moment from HBP. Ronald Weasley has just managed to Apparate successfully for the first time in his life. As he and Hermione stop for a quick drink at the Three Broomsticks with the rest of the sixth- and seventh-years, consequential events follow and an intense, heartfelt conversation takes place. Romance/Angst.
Summary: A Somewhat angsty account of Draco's sacrifice for the woman he loves. Told from his perspective.
Summary: Hermione knows Eloise Midgen from the halls of Hogwarts. She noticed how she was always alone, almost abandoned. Looking back, she wonders what became of the girl that everyone seemed to have forgotten.
Submitted for Challenge 1: 'Apathy is Lethal' in the Monthly Poetry Challenge. By Foxy Wolf of Hufflepuff House.
Summary: The war against Voldemort must come first in Harry's life. When the war is over, will there be anything left to take it's place?
Summary: This is Cinderella Angelina's last-minute entry to the One-Shot Molly Weasley Challenge for Hufflepuff House. A terrible calamity occurs that threatens Mrs. Weasley's sanity. How can they get her to cope? What are the consequences? [hooray for summary questions, I thrive on them]
His knuckles were becoming white. Draco tried not to look down the cliff as he held on for dear life. He was hanging by the edge of his fingers now, his muscles vibrating with the effort of holding on. Searching for somewhere to fasten his footing and maybe crawl back up, his foot slipped as small stones glided down the vertical cliff, and he was left dangling, holding on by his wish to live. He could hear the sea crushing unceremoniously against the rocks bellow. They crashed imperviously with the stone, inviting him to their midst.
“I can’t reach you; you’re too far away...” she spoke softly.
5th story in a series of Hermione/Draco one-shots (Check out my author page for more information)
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Summary: On Harry's seventeenth birthday, Ron, Hermione, and Ginny decided to grant him a very big wish. Rated 3-5 for a scene in the last chapter. --
This is the second story of the Epilogues story arc, and should be read after reading Right Here, but before starting in on the Epilogues series itself.
"Harry walked to Hermione and hugged her. She kissed him on the cheek and they stood holding one another for a few minutes, taking each other in. It had been a long time since they had been able to relax and they both were glad for the moment."
*Chapter 2 is finally up! Please read and review! I would love to hear how I'm doing!*
Summary: Sirius had always hated rain.
Summary: It's three years after Hogwarts. Harry has defeated Voldemort, and life is going pretty well for him. But Harry still isn't completely satisfied with his life. One thing has escaped him, Ginny Weasley. He has one last chance to try and tell her how he feels... will he tell her before it is too late?
Many thanks to my beta reader marrianna! Thanks!
Second chapter up!