Summary: Cheers! The Marauders are in for a wild ride as they conquer hearts, pranks, and friends. But the quartet has changed... Bridget McGuire is your skinny, short, glasses-wearing, youngest child pure-blood. But after being neglected by both her mother's and father's sides of the family, she's decided that her time at Hogwarts will be a time that she will never forget and always remember.
Summary: Nineteen years after Voldemort’s defeat, a young girl named Riana is living an innocuous life with her adoptive Muggle parents until she receives her acceptance letter from Hogwarts.
Escaping the clutches of her loving but stifling parents, Riana travels to London and from there to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. There, Riana is viewed as mysterious, cunning, sly, and—though her parentage is unknown—is chosen for Slytherin House.
The two halves of her life clash, as her anorexia battles with the disdain of fellow Slytherin students for Muggle-born witches and wizards. Follow Riana on her journey through the world of wizardry and her search to find a true home, the identity of her real parents, as well as her inner conflict with anorexia.
Summary: The first time it happens, he is fourteen. Sitting at the Gryffindor table, Peter thinks of murder. (What's wrong with him?)
[Peter Pettigrew, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, and the logic of fives. Dark, some disturbing imagery. One shot.]
Summary: What made Salazar Slytherin one thhe the most influential wizards of all time? What drove him to become all that he was? Where di he develop his hatred toward Muggles and Muggle-born wizards? Join me as we learn what made Salazar Slytherin, Salazar Slytherin.
Summary: Different people regard the nonhumans that share their homes in different ways. Though Sirius never felt any affection for Kreacher, his brother Regulus was willing to make sacrifices for his elf.
Written for the "Losing A Loved One" prompt in the Full Moon Challenge, though this is a tale of almost-loss. I am from Ravenclaw House. The title is from p. 197 of Deathly Hallows, 2007, Scholastic, US edition.
Summary: We all know James and Lily's relationship ended on a Halloween night with two bright green flashes, but how did it begin?
Were they introduced by friends? Did their eyes meet across a crowded room? Did it perhaps start with a small hello? Did they just lay eyes on each other and immediately hate one another?
Or maybe it began with a perfectly timed, destined chance encounter ... a coincidence, as some would say.
Join James and Lily in their Seventh year at Hogwarts as they recollect the times throughout their Hogwarts years that brought them together.
Teensiest bit of AU included, nothing major.
Summary: Hermione takes a drastic decision to leave the wizarding world behind in favour of her dream of becoming a dancer. Her departure has a drastic effect on Ron's life, and when they are unexpectedly thrown together years later, there's sure to be fireworks once more. Based on the UK TV show 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
Summary: Sara Parker doesn't fully comprehend her feelings towards Hermione Granger yet...but she understand enough to know that a confession is in order.
A/N: By sexual content, I don't mean anything serious, other than a kiss and a risque stray thought, maybe. But I thought it's better to rate higher and be safe.
If there's one thing Sirius Black learned throughout his Hogwarts journey, its the ever cliche "you make your own family."
Join everyone's favorite charming, dangerously attractive disowned heir, and his seven loyal friends, including the infamous Marauders, as they live out the seven best years of their lives in the corridors of Hogwarts. From drama to pranks gone awry, from life-changing choices to hilarious chaos, Sirius & Co. has some of everything, and equal parts James, Remus, & Peter [its not all about Sirius, he's just the main character to a point]! Starts at the beginning of the Gryffindor class of 79's Hogwarts careers, but centers around 5th-7th year.
Estimated to be 100,000+ words & 25 chapters at completion. Updated at least weekly. :]
Summary: Lily Potter gave the ultimate sacrifice to save her son. Even though she is gone from this world, she left something behind for Harry. It might just help him make it through these difficult times.
Summary: This is the way the world ends. Not with a bang but -
[A Peter Pettigrew character sketch, set during DH. Somewhat psychological.]
Summary: The final moments of Severus Snape as told from his point of view.
Summary: Ron and Hermione were all about love, right? But it is now two years after the end of the War and they are reuniting for the first time. Experience, first-hand, as they try to remember that time so long ago when love had trapped them in its spell. Ron wonders if it was Ginny and Harry that drove Hermione away from him. Only time will tell; and maybe a few memories... This is a Ron/Hermione fic, but there are many referances to Ginny/Harry.
Summary: Stupid parties. At least, that’s what Lily Evans thought. After being kicked out of her own dorm, and having to find a suitable place to sleep, she’s fed up. Now, to make her night worse, if she wants a place to stay the night, she has to share a bed with James Potter. Oh joy.
Summary: "He understood it must be frustrating for her to keep reassuring him. But it was working, slowly but surely, drip by tiny drip, she was convincing him that it really didn’t matter. Maybe one day he’d believe it wholeheartedly."
A late night chat over hot chocolate brings Remus and Tonks closer than ever before.
Summary: The war ended several years ago, but Draco is still struggling to come to terms with what has happened. His wife sends him out with their son in the hopes that he can move beyond his past. DH Spoilers.
Originally written for the Slytherin In-House Banner Challenge. This story took first place. :)
Summary: George's world has stopped. But he must beat back the darkness, or it will overcome him.
Summary: Harry and Ginny realize they have time.
Summary: "My thoughts settled for a while as I set my sight on the vast water. Its overwhelming nature made me feel small, a feeling I wasn’t fond of and usually tried to suppress. "
Ginny slips away to reflect.