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Wind's Nocturne by Acacia Carter

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 14 Reviews Past Featured Story
Summary: There is magic the likes of which humans can barely remember and seldom experience. There is, however, a handful of men privileged enough to experience a part of it: the Dryad's Consorts.

Written for the last third of Madame Alex's Character Triathalon!

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Many thanks to Maple for the beta; I couldn't see myself sending this one to anyone else.

Anything you recognise is JKR's. Anything you don't recognise is possibly mine, but probably JKR's.

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Wood-nymphs, more commonly known as Dryads, are first and last mentioned in the Potterverse by Fleur in Goblet of Fire. In Greek mythology, these cunning magical creatures are entirely female, and must capture and seduce human men in order to bear daughters and heirs to their forests. In other works of literature they are described as bold and highly territorial, with voracious, er, "appetite" for particular intimate activities. So, basically a shy Herbologist's every fantasy...


Waiting by GinnyPotter95

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 1 Reviews
Summary: Ginny waits

We Must Not Sink Beneath Our Anguish, But Battle On by The Last Marauder

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 3 Reviews
Summary: Think the first time Lupin saw Harry since he was a baby was on that eventful train journey in Prisoner of Azkaban? Well, you're wrong, they met once before, when Harry was very small. And it was this first encounter that helped Lupin realise that we must not sink beneath our anguish, but battle on.

Wandwork by Gmariam

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 10 Reviews
Summary: The remarkable story behind Griselda Marchbanks' enigmatic reference to all those things Albus Dumbledore could do with a wand.

Wisps of Smoke by majestic_ginny

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 3 Reviews
Summary: As Draco Malfoy walks into a dusty shop in Diagon Alley, his eyes fall on something that makes him recall a day he wants to forget.

This is majestic_ginny of Hufflepuff writing for Round One of the 2012 Character Triathlon.

Waiting for Morning by Writ Encore

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 3 Reviews
Summary: Elphinstone Urquart doesn't listen to sense, or rejection, because he's seeking an answer. One that sounds good to his ears.

Dedication: For Etsuko, my Japanese spirit.

For Ruth, James’s Ruthie, who taught me to read.

And, to the old man who just left us, James, who introduced me to Ernest Hemingway and said I belong with the girls in the Roaring Twenties. I walked the wrong road.

And, lastly, to my friend, Akay (padfootpatronus), who has held my hand through all of it. I love you all and miss you all.

We'll Be Young Forever by Proserpina

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 56 Reviews
Summary:

“You and I, we'll be young forever!” *

After a long, interesting, sweltering summer the Marauders are back for their sixth year, and they feel as though their teenage lives have only just begun.

James has been pursuing Lily for years, and he sure as hell isn't going to give up now. Sirius might actually be falling in love (though of course that can't be possible, can it?), and Remus is struggling with problems in his own family. Meanwhile, Peter has to decide how much worth he can put on friends who he will never live up to. And then there's Lily Evans, a girl who's starting to fall for the very man she swore not to. Diana McKinnon, her best friend, keeps finding herself staring at a certain grey-eyed Gryffindor, even though every piece of logic she has tells her that he's trouble.

But even though there's the looming danger of NEWTs, pranks, oily Slytherins, and physical education, a much bigger problem has presented itself. The Marauders' sixteen-year-old world isn't the safe place it used to be. There are rumors of danger and dark magic throughout the school, and of a powerful dark wizard named Voldemort. The Gryffindor sixth years have to decide where their true allegiances lie and how much they are willing to sacrifice for a war that seems impossible to win.

*Title and quote taken from the lyrics of Katy Perry's summer hit Teenage Dream.

Note 3/26: Ok guys so I know that I haven't updated in forever, but I promise I'll finish the story! I'm struggling with some stuff, but hang in there, I haven't forgotten.

Lots and lots and lots of love, Olivia


Why I'm Afraid of Spiders by The Last Marauder

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 7 Reviews
Summary: Ron wasn't always afraid of spiders, you know. Then, one day, everything changed. He was only three.

What It Takes to be a Black by PInk_Witch

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 3 Reviews
Summary: Three sisters. One Dark Lord. This story is about how the choices they made affected who they turned out to be.

We Could Be Heroes (just for one day) by Equinox Chick

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 10 Reviews
Summary: 'It takes a lot of courage to stand up to your enemies, but even more to stand up to your friends.'

One evening in his fifth year, James Potter learns that defying his best friend is the right things to do.

This story has been written in honour of James Potter's birthday.

Disclaimer: I am not JK Rowling, despite the spag bol. I'm also not Gina (gmariam) or Natalie (hestiajones) but both have spurred me on tonight.

Title is nicked from a Bowie song. I'm not him either.

Where We Started From by Equinox Chick

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 13 Reviews
Summary: Dean Thomas slaves hard in the Department of Magical Sports and Games (or rather he doodles on his blotter and ignores his ever expanding in tray). But the work is deathly dull, until one day his boss hands him a pair of tickets for the Appleby Arrows V Holyhead Harpies game.

He's delighted to be going until he realises that Ginny Weasley will be flying.

For although she's now single, Dean isn't sure they can ever go back.

Disclaimer: I'm not JK Rowling. For one thing I've disregarded her epilogue - ooopsie
Thank you, thank you, to mah flist, especially Kara who has listened to me moan, Natalie who urged me to write Dean!Smut, Alex for commiserating with spiralling word counts, Emmah for 'langered' and Jess for cheerleading.
This is that annoying Equinox person writing her eighth story for the GH Cotillion thingie. *wibble*

To my utter delight and complete surprise, this story won Best Chaptered Story in the 2012 QSQ's ~ Non-Canon Romance.

Whisper to the Dying Walls by hestiajones

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 18 Reviews Past Featured Story
Summary: Viktor is thankful for uniforms; they make it difficult for him to identify individuals while flying at breakneck speed. But right now, he has to shake her hand. He dreads it, and hates himself for dreading it, so he doesn’t look into her eyes when their skin comes into contact, or when her fingers grip his a little more tightly than necessary.



This is hestiajones' seventh entry for the GH Cotillion Challenge. Thank you, Croll, for your support and ideas and jokes! I am not J.K. Rowling.

What Comes Before Death by goldensnidget92

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 2 Reviews Past Featured Story
Summary: Helena Ravenclaw told Harry how she died. What she didn't tell him was the whole story that came before her tragic death.

Love, betrayal and heartbreak coloured the last months of her life; but the Bloody Baron wasn't quite as evil as has been supposed.

I am unbelievably proud to announce that this story won The Untold Story Award at the Great Hall Cotillion Challenge AND was nominated for the Quicksilver Quill Awards 2012: Best General Story!

What the Stories Say by Maple_and_PheonixFeather

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 5 Reviews
Summary: For three years, Oliver Wood was an important part of Hermione’s life. He had been there through all the fights, the tears, and the seemingly endless piles of homework. He was her constant when all else fell through.

And now he is leaving.

But how do you say goodbye to the boy who told you what to expect in terms of school and exams, who made your third year bearable, memorable even? Nominated for the 2012 Non-Canon Romance QSQ Award.

White Jade by AidaLuthien

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 3 Reviews
Summary: The youngest prince of China prepares to leave the capital to go to the Dragon Pearl.

This is AidaLuthien of Hufflepuff House's final for the Charming Characters class.

Why Crookshanks? by Snidgetgirl

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 7 Reviews
Summary: Have you ever wondered why Hermione picked Crookshanks over all of the other adorable cats in the store? Needless to say, you will find out by reading!
Read and review, please! I like to hear from you all!

Ways to Say Goodbye by LoonyLupin

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 2 Reviews
Summary: Andromeda and Ted Tonks married nearly thirty years ago, against the wishes of Andromeda’s parents. She was disowned because Ted was a Muggle-born.

In the same summer that Harry Potter went off to find Horcruxes, wizards like Ted are being hunted. He knows what he has to do now. It’s the most painful decision he’s ever had to make. But he’s going to make these precious hours count.

One-shot companion to "From Opposite Sides".

Why Do You Live? by InkHeartless

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 10 Reviews
Summary: What really drives Harry to continue in the face of insurmountable odds?

What Luna Sees by Northumbrian

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 16 Reviews
Summary: Does Ginny have a serious rival?
Who is the most fancied bloke in the DA?
What Lunacies happen at Christmas?
This is Northumbrian of Ravenclaw House realising that this long planned story scrapes into prompt 3 (Operation Mistletoe) of the Great Hall-iday challenge, and that my story title is an even worse pun than the challenge title.

What Winning Won by grangergirl35

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 12 Reviews
Summary: Victoire, Louis, and Dominique Weasley. James, Albus, and Lily Potter. Hugo and Rose Weasley. Fred and Roxanne Weasley. Molly and Lucy Weasley. Darcy Brown. Georgie Wood. Yvonne and Willy Fletcher. Theodore Lupin. Charles Finnigan. Paul and Gina MacMillan. Horace Maclaggen. Ursula Thomas. Rodney Patil. Scorpius Malfoy. Patricia and Dennis Longbottom.
This is the Next Generation. This is what victory meant to the world.