Summary: Teddy Lupin is not a werewolf. Of that he is sure. And Metamorphmagi can only imitate human features. Of that he is also sure. So how is it one night, when the moon hangs round in the sky, young Teddy finds that he can morph his hand into a fur-covered claw?
Summary: Albus remembered her, through everything that happened. And he just wanted to go back to where it all began, where everything was fine.
Summary: After the war, the Auror Office decides to Taboo the Unforgivable Curses so that any use of them can be detected. This doesn't quite go as planned however...
Summary: Being poisoned has its advantages - Hermione is talking to Ron again. Unfortunately so is Lavender. Ron hopes to sort this out once and for all if only he could work out how.
Summary: Severus praises Lily's ability to stay strong and shine while degrading himself.
Written for the Tamerlane Challenge in the PA.
Summary: 10th November, 1981. Severus Snape has been summoned to Hogwarts for the first time since the war. For everyone else the fighting has finished, but for him it must continue. He is about to learn the true meaning of 'anything' and who better to teach him than the Hogwarts Headmaster.
Summary: A sonnet on the Battle of Hogwarts.
Summary: Teddy and Victoire. Victoire and Teddy. That's how it had always been. Growing up, the two had been best friends, but feelings change and even the best of friends can be divided.
Summary: Frank Bryce remembers his brother.
Summary: A collection of letters from Lily to Sirius
This was written when I saw it was Lily/Padfoot11333's birthday. I had the idea in my head for a while, and it seemed the perfect time to write it. Sorry it's so late.
Summary: This has been the hardest time to be a Ravenclaw that I’ve yet known.
Summary: Draco Malfoy, still desperately trying to find a way to carry out the Dark Lord’s wishes, discovers his family’s involvement in the recent disappearances from up and down the country.
Summary: Hermione reflects during Ron's absence.
Summary: The last of six brothers, he is expected to do great things like they did. He wishes, though, to be the brightest of them all.
Summary: The Peverell brothers attempted to cheat Death.
Only one came close.
Disclaimer: I am not JK Rowling.
Summary: The past is a different country, and November 1978 was certainly a very strange place.
Surely the stars should have been shining brighter or the moon look bigger or something. Instead everything looked exactly the same as it had the night before and the night before that.
Arthur faces his worst fear on a perfectly ordinary evening.
Summary: In which five children listen (more or less) to a bedtime story.
He who robs me of my purse robs me of nothing.
Twas mine, tis his, and has been slave to thousands.
The stars are far brighter
Than gems without measure,
The moon is far whiter
Than silver in treasure.
--J. R. R. Tolkien
There are some who, were the sun pure gold, would snatch it from the sky.
This poem got third place in the first PA challenge I ever participated in, The Anniversary Challenge v.2. :D It has also been nominated for a 2013 QSQ.
Katie Bell is twenty years old and happily working as a consultant and practitioner of the Transfiguration department in the new and improved Ministry of Magic, under the benevolent rule of Kingsley Shacklebolt. She has a lovely flat to herself, an excellent relationship with her two parents and three girlfriends who have always been there for her. However, it's safe to say that something is perhaps missing from her life.
After her first sighting of the loathsome, but now annoyingly rugged, Marcus Flint, negative memories of Hogwarts and the battle that changed everything resurface for Katie and she is forced to face the question: is she really living her life or just existing?
But when someone starts to stalk Katie, she is forced to turn to the last person she could ever have imagined for help in the matter and the question becomes why would someone want to harm her?
And why is this Slytherin, someone she should loathe as she once did, making her feel things and say things that she could never have imagined.
A Katie Bell/Marcus Flint romance
from the award winning author of "My Troubled Tyrant" and "Jemzi" comes a new romance