Anna, 23, American, recent college graduate. Taking a mental health summer to spend more time with my Harry Potter fan-fiction.
Eats, breathes, lives: Remus-centric Marauder Era
Also loves: All things Marauder, anything Remus, shipping Remus/Tonks, and, of course, Teddy!
Been known to dabble in: Remus/Sirius and Next Generation
Summary: Fenrir Greyback's werewolves live in haphazard communities throughout the metropolitan city of Wolverhampton, stealing and surviving on the margins of an oblivious society. Remus Lupin plunges headfirst into a lifestyle more brutal and vicious than he has ever known, hoping to save the world from his own kind--and from himself.
Summary: Remus and Sirius share an awkward cup of tea.
One shot set during GOF.
Summary: Fred is dead.
But that's just the beginning! Because one of George's ears is up in heaven, and the other is down on earth...
Oh, the possibilities!
Written for the Next Great Adventure challenge on the MNFF beta boards. I am Schmerg_The_Impaler of Hufflepuff House.
Twice nominated for Best Post-Hogwarts Story in the 2008 Quicksilver Quills Awards!
Summary: Tonks' fears for Lupin's safety seem justified when he appears at her door, bleeding and bearing a remarkable story.
Summary: “Imperius… Werewolves…You-Know-Who…” The last words of a dying man force Remus Lupin into a dangerous investigation at the infamous Feral Institute. Sequel to Oblivious; pre-reading would be useful but it isn’t vital.
Summary: Missing moment from DH: When Harry rejects Remus's offer to help him, Ron and Hermione hunt down Horcruxes, Remus leaves in a rage. He intends to leave Tonks and the child, convinced he'll be sparing her the shame as well of the danger of living with a werewolf. But after another argument with Tonks and a discussion with Ted and Andromeda, he may be changing his tune.
Summary: Remus Lupin has struggled all his life with his unique position in society. And he's almost come to terms with being alone. Then Dumbledore sends him into the wolves's den. Now he must face the darker nature he has always repressed. Will he join his brothers? Or resist the temptation? Or perhaps, theres another, happier way to not be alone...
Summary: Remus knows it was foolish to offer to go with Harry, Ron, and Hermione on their quest. He realises his place is with his wife and their unborn child. The problem is, how will he get past Ted and Andromeda Tonks to plead his case with their daughter?
Summary: It's Christmas and Teddy feels lonely. Maybe his godfather can help?
Summary: She offered him her love and he rejected her. She had been willing to offer him anything but he destroyed all that she held dear. However, a daughter of the house of Black does not sit idly by, wallowing in self-pity. No, she bides her time and strikes when he is weakest.
Nominated for the 2007 Quicksilver Quills Best History/Mystery Story!
Summary: Lily Evans can’t help but have noticed something isn’t quite right. The inseparable Gryffindor boys aren’t speaking to one another, and Remus Lupin seems particularly withdrawn and upset. Figuring she should do something, Lily resolves to speak with Remus, but what should she say?
Summary: Harry, who has failed to produce a Patronus time and time again, is called in by Remus for a special lesson. Remus shows Harry the memory he uses to conjure his Patronus and in the process brings forth a hidden and powerful memory in Harry.
For the June One-Shot Challenge regarding the Patronum Charm. This is Marauder by Midnight from Gryffindor.
Summary: James suspects there is something more to Remus's absences than he's letting on. Luckily, James always knows just what to say.
Written for SPEW007, for the prompt "Cross".
Summary: In Remus Lupin's fifth year at Hogwarts, his devoted friends finally master the complex Animagus spell, beginning the adventures they will remember for the rest of their lives. But Remus must also face prejudice in the rising war, a test of loyalty versus love, and the danger of his dark secret being revealed.
Pet Peeve Disclaimer: Peter is not worthless, Lily does not have three friends who fall for the Marauders, and no one calls Remus "Remy."
Summary: A tale of Remus Lupins early life, as seen from his father's perspective. John Lupin worked in The Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures, and held a particular disdain for werewolves. It was this ferverent belief that would cause an event which would would change his views and his world, as well as his son's, forever.
Remus Lupin has always been different, ever since he was bitten by a werewolf and forced to live his life with the curse. He had no friends and never expected to have any until he started Hogwarts. But even once he entered school his wish didn't come true, until his third year. Remus would soon learn that with every good comes something equally bad.
Excerpt from Chapter Nineteen:
“What do you want, Lupin?” he asked exasperatedly.
“You hate me, don’t you?” Remus said in a friendly manner, as though he and Snape had been best friends since infancy.
“Gee, what tipped you off?” Snape retorted sarcastically.
“Then you would love to see me get hurt, wouldn’t you?”
“Well yes, I would enjoy that.”
“Especially if it was of my own doing?”
“That would make it even more amusing.”
“Then would you do me the favor of telling Larry Wilkins that I’d like to meet him out by the greenhouses at ten o’ clock tonight?”
Summary: All wars are fought for a reason, whether honourable or ignoble. This one started over an umbrella...
Summary: There are two sides to every story. See the events of the infamous werewolf prank as they unfold through the eyes of both Sirius Black and Severus Snape.
Summary: "Remus remembered pain. He remembered his body betraying him, twisting, writhing, changing. But how was a six year old to explain the horror, the agony, of transformation and the terrifying animal emptiness he felt afterwards? So Remus shook his head. No, he remembered nothing."
Summary: After the war, Snape is on sabbatical and Remus is filling in for DADA. Wading through scrolls of assignments, he begins to suspect one particular essay is wifely mischief managed.