Summary: On the eve of heading to the Burrow to begin hunting for Voldemort's Horcruxes, Hermione Granger learns an interesting something about her Time-Turner--that it can transport the user back through decades and not just hours. With this knowledge, she uses her Time-Turner to go back in time to kill the boy who will be Voldemort, but falls in love with him instead.
Summary: In a world that is post-Voldemort, Hermione searches for herself when her sense of identity is completely shattered. Not only literally questioning who she is, but figuratively, Hermione embarks on a journey that may well kill her.
*Definitely compliant through HBP, not so much DH.
Summary: Harry wants to know.
Summary: Every morning Ron arrives at the shop and wakes up George with a cup of tea. One morning, however, George doesn't wake up.
This started as a 500 word drabble for my DADA class and turned into a 2000 word one-shot instead, before becoming two chapters. The prompt for my drabble was to use an overdose so be warned that this fic is not a happy one. It is actually I lot darker than I really imagine the Weasley family being after the war, but this is what came out when I started writing and I think it is possible.
please note that the warning is for attempted suicide only
An epilogue has arrived and I promise that I have now finished, though I have found this interesting to write so I may carry on with this version of the Weasley family at some point
Summary: The Sorting Hat is confused. Gryffindor or Ravenclaw? Then, a certain Sirius Black unknowingly comes to help - the only time he would ever do something useful for the school.
Summary: This is a sonnet that discusses George and Fred's store.
Summary: This is a poem I wrote about the Marauders for my Spring 2008 poetry class.
Summary: Narcissa always wanted to be free. Family duty told her to suck in her pride and become the woman she never wanted to be. And she did...At least until she found him.
All warnings are pretty slight, but I do not want to offend anyone. Also, this is courtesy Emily_the_poet of Ravenclaw house.
Summary: Lily Potter spends her days waiting -- waiting for what will or will not come.
Summary: You are lost in the woods with no idea how you got there or where to go, even the moon and stars hidden by the dark trees and clouds. You don't know which way is home, but you know you can't stay where you are.
Summary: Who I am is not who I choose to be. But I never could have expected that before this year — the worst year of my life — is over, that stupid, blood traitor Weasley will be the one to show me that becoming who I want is not so impossible after all.
Summary: Their friendship had just ended and they were both in tears trying to overcome the pain of their loss. She is weeping into her pillow and he is down by the lake crying silently. They both cry together, apart.
This one-shot is set on the same night Severus called Lily a mudblood.
Summary: Lily Evans comes across a beautiful green book. She decides to use it as a diary and records the funniest, saddest, most exciting events inside of it.
(starts in the summer before her second year)
I never really understood why people wrote in dairies. I still don't and I write in one. I named mine White Lilies. I can't explain now though, I think Petunia's about to blow.
Five, Four, Three, Two ....
"What do you mean Lily has a friend from school coming over! I don't want any more Freaks in this house then we already do! Make them leave!" My sister, everyone. Boy, this is going to be one long day.
Summary: Ginny is full of doubt; pressure from her family has caused her to almost fall apart. The one person who is able to sew her back together is the most unlikely person. At dusk, the old is combined with the new and memories are reformed.
Summary: A murder.
That’s what Percy Weasley finds when he comes back to work after his sick leave. As quickly as the news reaches the Wizarding public, Percy and his family (and enemies) are thrust into the ordeal, promised great heaps of gold if they play a game.
The task? To find out whom the murderer is. Their guide? Only little scraps of paper, with various words that don’t seem to have a meaning. A task that seems so easy suddenly becomes more difficult...
But mystery becomes mayhem when chaos settles in. Will they find the murderer, or just all be killed instead?
All they know for sure was that Percy was never taking a day sick again.
~Based on the lovely book, The Westing Game, by the very talented Ellen Raskin.
Summary: Harry and Ginny's relationship in Sixth year from the perspective of Dean Thomas.
First part in the "Lamenting Changes" series
Luna Lovegood has never been one to fit in with the crowd, whether she tries to or not, and the one main reason is because of her father’s magazine, The Quibbler, and the constant rubbish it seems to be printing.
Noah Wipple has always been one who lived by facts and avoided the ones who didn't, so when he meets Luna they automatically clash and Noah decides he must avoid the aggravating girl at all costs.
But fate seems anxious for some entertainment because when the students get assigned to write a report together in Transfiguration class, Luna is paired with Noah and this rather odd pair must learn to work together; even if it kills them.
Luna Lovegood/ Original Character
Summary: Tallulah Delarosa, a Muggleborn witch, has lived a very sheltered life, and she needs to learn some independence. But between an over protective mother and a very short leash in Capulet, South Carolina, that's never going to happen. Even being sent away to the Bell Academy of Witchcraft and Wizardry can't even seem to give her the shove that she need. Not potions, not friends, nor pushing teachers can seem to get Tallulah out of her rut.
But maybe a winter's night hike up Whiskey Springs Pass, which is believed to grant wisdom to those brave enough to travel there, is what will.
I am OliveOil_Med of Ravenclaw, and this is my entry for the Water Challange.
Summary: Ginny was upset about her break up with Harry in the spring, but at Bill's wedding something will happen that will alter their relationship. How will Ginny deal with the events that take place over the summer?
Summary: Lily Evans reflects on a particularly important, cherished person in her life and reveals the way she felt even before death, for Severus Snape.