Summary: Minerva has trouble finding a new DADA professor, so holds interviews for the position.
Summary: Outside, the sky was grey and gloomy and it looked like it was about to rain, but there was no wind and no movement and nothing except for the sound of your own footsteps and your own breathing. December 1979, Sirius moves into a flat.
April showers bring May...hassles? Bridesmaid blues and big trouble from small favours complicate Tonks' life when all she wants is to bring her love for Remus into full bloom.
Summary: August 12, 1956
Everything’s running as per usual in the Prewett household, until young Fabian finds something – or, perhaps, someone – who proves to be the instrument of change.
This WON the ‘One-Shot Challenge: Muggle Artifacts’ *Is so proud* I can't believe it!
Artifact: Aerosol Can (insecticide)
Summary: Ginny is dead. This is a poem in Harry's point of veiw expressing his feelings about Ginny's death.
Summary: Post OotP:
His vision blurred by blood and the lack of glasses he willed himself to his desk grabbing for his quill, ink, and parchment. Unable to stand, he slumped back down to the floor. Hands shaking wildly, he managed to write one word.
Summary: Hermione is the picture of perfection to everyone, but herself.
Summary: Post HBP, pre DH. There is someone with many questions and doubts as a storm rages outside and a war rages in the world. Birthday story for Periwinkle.
Summary: On the night before her wedding, Lily has second thoughts.
Summary: I remember the first day I saw them together. It was sixth year, before Mum and Dad came and got Padma and me. I was walking up to the Shrieking Shack and I saw them, pressed up against a tree, kissing.
Two sisters; one too proud, one too prejudiced.
Parvati Patil reflects on her sister's girlfriend and how it affected not only her sister's life, but her own as well.
Summary: Everything is over. But there is one thing that Harry needs to do. He needs to do one thing with Ron and Hermione, in the memory of Sirius, Dumbledore and his father. This is just one part in the much bigger picture -- the success and connection with people who aren't really ever gone.
Summary: Harry and Ginny find a portrait tucked away in the Room of Requirement. It is a painting of a beautiful witch with chocolate brown hair and grey eyes, standing next to a very familiar wizard with long auburn hair and twinkling blue eyes. It is a painting of a couple who were once in love, and who were married at Hogwarts many years past. But fate intervened, and a tragic loss separated them. This is their story, a portrait of love lost – and found.
This story was written for the August Monthly Challenge - Weddings and was awarded first place.
Summary: Patrick Thatcher’s older brother teases him, his mother worries about him, and his father defends him. His family sounds very much like any other, but somehow Patrick’s is far from average.
In Patrick’s world, adults disappear into thin air, owls deliver mail, and the most popular sport in the country is played on broomsticks. Not to mention that every member of his family is, and always has been, a wizard. When your grandfather is a famous American veteran, being a Thatcher isn’t the easiest life to live.
When his acceptance letter to the most prestigious American school of magic arrives addressed to another student, Patrick’s position in his former world begins to take a tumble—right along with the newly elected President of Magic’s approval ratings. With the Wizarding world’s eyes shifting toward a new wizard, can Patrick figure out just why his first year is off to a rocky start?
Inspired by J.K. Rowling’s wondrous Harry Potter Series, Patrick Thatcher’s adventures of wizardry in the United States is a tale all its own while still respecting its English origins. Readers are sure to find that the magic across the pond is just as unforgettable.
Summary: Snape is recuited to Romania to aide Charlie Weasley in preparing dragons for the TriWizard tournament. While there, however, Charlie develops a very strange and deadly illness, and Snape must somehow find a way to get him to St. Mungo's in time.
Entered for the Gauntlet "Journey to St. Mungo's" challenge by StaceyLC of Hufflepuff house.
Summary: A Harry Potterization of the hit song 'Piano Man' by Billy Joel. AU.
Summary: After failing to complete the task given to him by Voldemort, Draco turns to the Order for help- and becomes a member. During his seventh year at Hogwarts, he must tell no one of his true loyalties. However, when he and Ginny are forced to spend two weeks of detention together, she begins to catch on. It seems he hasn't fooled her, but will Draco be able to fool the most powerful Dark wizard in the world? If so, at what price?
Fighting involving a pillow, a flying shoe, some romance, and a victory for Harry....
Our blonde Slytherin does his best to retaliate...but Harry has something up his sleeve that he hadn't bargained for!
[If anyone read this as soon as it was posted, the ending somehow got cut off! The resident elves now assure me that the ending is now UP!]
Summary: Charlie returns to the Burrow and begins healing his own heart, as well as that of someone else. It's always darkest before the dawn.
Begun pre-Deathly Hallows.
Summary: Narcissa one-shot. Get an in-depth view of what I think would happen if Narcissa gets arrested in Book7. Told from that POV of an anonymous Ministry official interrogating her.
Summary: It was well known that the last two carriages of the Hogwarts Express were used exclusively by the Slytherins. In a House ruled by politics and power, where you sat in those carriages made all the difference. This is a Marauder-era story, focusing on Slytherin House.
Pairings: Lucius/Narcissa, Bellatrix/Rodolphus, Andromeda/?
Other main characters: Severus Snape, Rabastan LeStrange and Regulus Black
Gen/humour/bit of romance (Complete)