Summary: It seems like it has always been there, always haunting. An immortal item, with an immortal purpose. Death. The word has always made me shiver, but no matter what it can’t escape me, despite how hard I run away from it. Yet here I am, standing in front of the very thing that causes it, where everybody goes after their final breath.
What happens when Harry learns the truth about the mysterious veil?
This is witchdragon of Gryffindor originally submitted for the New Year's Challenge: The Deathly Hallows
Summary: During a late night Order discussion between the two, Tonks and Remus get sidetracked, but Remus pulls things to a stop when he thinks of the possible consequences. Will an argument arise? And if one does, what will come of it?
Summary: The first war with Voldemort is at it's worst, and everything is going wrong for Lily Potter. Her sister is blaming her for their parents' deaths. Her friends are dead or in danger. Nine out of ten nights, she doesn't even know where James is, if he's even alive. She can't confide in anyone. She is just about ready to give up, when suddenly she is handed new hope -- in the most unexpected way. Originally written for the New Year's Myth and Magic challenge. *one-shot*
Summary: We know James fell for Lily, but why? Lily doesn't want to know either. But she has to know. Join the Marauders and Lily's friends in a series of events that begins the ups and downs of loathing, loving, and life.
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Hey, should I keep this story going? I'm thinking of doing a series of one shots. Review and vote yes or no to keep this story alive. Thanks!
Summary: ‘It is often that one defining moment, that one split second which may change our lives forever.’
Remus is broken.
Once they had had a relationship, once they had had something. But with Remus being a werewolf, will things work out?
It almost did...
Written for the February One-Shot Challenge by Wendelin the weird of Gryffindor.
Summary: One-Shot inspired on a history lesson about witch hunts.
In mid-seventeenth century England, when witch hunts were the in thing to do, Richard Potter begins to hear whispers that a “Witch Finder General” is heading towards the small village where he and his family live. Of course, he can easily protect the people who ARE “guilty” of witchcraft (his family and the cantankerous old Widow Thompson), but what about the innocent Muggle villagers who will most likely be accused because they happen to talk to their cat? Who will protect them?
Summary: Whoever knew that a couple still went on "dates" after they were married?
Runner-Up in the Best Canon Romance category of the 2007 Quicksilver Quill Awards
For those interested, I'm planning on writing a Prequel to this story. Just thought I'd let everyone know.
Summary: Ginny has had some trouble coping with all the pressure that has been handed to her on a silver platter. One night, after remembering a night with Harry, she snaps. (One-shot) Based on the song by Rascal Flatts
Summary: Narcissa has lost everyone she loves. She no longer knows what to do or where she belongs. Wandering aimlessly she comes across a mysterious tavern where she is given a chance to see her life in a different light.
This is an entry for the New Years Challenge for the Green Dragon prompt by sly severus of Slytherin House.
Summary: She loved him... She loves him still, and it hurts to fall away.
Summary: This is a collection of poems about Remus Lupin's thoughts about transforming and being a werewolf. Written prior to Deathly Hallows.
Summary: A poem depicting James' thoughts on the fateful night of Halloween 1981...and beyond. Written prior to Deathly Hallows.
Summary: When Susan Bones meets Percy Weasley, she is not impressed -- especially not by the way he tries to use her. However, she believes in second chances, and in this troubled time they need all the allies they can get -- especially their families. Can Susan convince Percy of this?
Summary: There she sat, out in the pouring rain, the droplets falling fast over her face and hair, her head held high with unquenchable pride. There she sat, one of the most beautiful young women in the world, inviting the rain to wash her away. Fleur Delacour knew for a fact that she would never have been sitting there like that two years ago. Before she met Bill Weasley.
The story of Bill Weasley and Fleur Delacour's relationship, written for Jenna in Secret SPEW 2.
Summary: Ginny thinks on her relationship with Harry.
I would kill for you,
I do everything for you,
You never try,
And that’s why I find myself wondering why.
Summary: At the new year, Hermione decides it's the perfect time for a new start - most specifically with Ron. The only problem is, she has no idea where he is, what he's doing - he could even be married, for all she knows! But there's only one way to find out - so she writes him a letter. But where will her letters lead?
Summary: In which there is something wrong with Sirius.
Summary: The power of the spoken word.
Summary: When Greyback had first established the Underground, he had not anticipated the place to become so primitive and instinctual. He understood the wolves’ needs to fulfill their bodily functions and drives, but his need to infect was stronger.
Summary: In the days that follow Dumbledore's funeral, everyone is on edge. Harry finds himself leaving Hogwarts behind and looking toward a very uncertain future as he boards the Hogwarts Express for the final time. Nonetheless, he is quickly faced with a more immediate concern than the Final Battle: an angry Ginny Weasley.