Summary: The Dursleys have left Privet Drive and are in hiding with Hestia Jones and Dedalus Diggle. Hestia and Mr. Dursley are constantly fighting, Petunia is avoiding the wizards at all costs, and Dedalus is trying to make them all the best of friends. Meanwhile, Dudley discovers he has an interest in Harry's world, but his parents are less than pleased when they find out.
Summary: Hermione Granger has never considered herself a sentimental person. But a box of photographs can make anyone stop and think.
Summary: At a social gathering, Ginny reflects on how each of Harry's romances (except for that with her) has failed.
Written for the September Challenge in Poetry Anyone?.
Summary: It's three months after Harry and Ginny's wedding. Ginny's feeling ill, and she thinks it's just food poisoning. Unforseen circumstances cause mayhem as the Healers at St. Mungo's figure out the real reason of Ginny's illness. The missive from the hospital gets sent to the wrong person, leaving Harry to deliver the wonderful news to his equally wonderful wife...
Harry/Ginny with a little sprinkle of Ron/Hermione. My first fic, please rate and review! All reviews will get a reply!
Summary: "before Harry, before Hermione, before Hogwarts..."
Ron reflects of families lost and families formed.
Summary: After the Battle, Harry finds Ginny by the Black Lake.
Summary: Al doesn't like his name. Or being named after two oddballs. He asks Uncle Ron, “Why couldn’t Mum have named me instead?” so then maybe he could have had a better name. Well, this is why...
Big thanks to Azhure for beta-ing this!
Summary: Eight year old Lily Potter, the spitting image of her mother, is brought up to know that family is important. She has been present at family reunions for as long as she can remember, and she absolutely loves her big family. One day she comes across a picture of a man she has never met before in a family photo album. Perplexed, she asks her father who the man is…
Summary: Bridges fell, Muggles were murdered, a wave of despair swept over Britain...and two dentists moved to Australia.
Wendell and Monica Wilkins had no children, but that was fine with them--all they had ever wanted, after all, they had found in the quiet town of Charters Towers.
Or rather, the daughter they didn't know they had loved them enough to let them go.
I am Pendraegona, and this is my submission to the Worlds Within a World challenge.
Summary: This is the sequel to “Changing the Past”, so I advise that you read that first.
Harry tries so hard to do the right thing, but only ends up making things worse. His addiction to changing the past has only changed the future...for the worst. He has seen the error of his ways, and must find a way to set things right. There are no more second chances.
Harry is determined not to be dependent on his friends any longer. Leaving Ron and Hermione in the future, he travels back to try to fix everything he’s done. Join him as he attempts to do the impossible: change the future.
Summary: If you're reading this it means that I, Harry James Potter, have died while trying to defeat Voldemort.
Summary: Why does the colour red interest Harry Potter so much? See a day in each season (fall, winter, spring, and summer) of Harry Potter’s eighth year, and find out why Harry is so fascinated with the colour red.
Summary: Parvati, Cho and Ginny - the three prettiest girls of Hogwarts, demand Harry why he didn't simply stick around with one of them. And he answers each of the ladies in limerick-like stanzas, giving his own "verdict" in the end.
Warning: Slightly idiotic
Summary: Harry has an opportunity to view a Pensieve memory of his parents—When Lily overhears James commenting on Remus’s “furry little problem” the Marauders must do some fast talking to get themselves out of a sticky situation.
Summary: Post Hogwarts: Ron and Harry are sent to America for Auror training. Ron spends his last night in England with Hermione, and after returning two years later, he finds Hermione with a fifteen-month-old baby ...
Summary: Harry writes a love note to one person...but someone else recieves it and gets the wrong idea. From here, confusion and chaos come about. Who is really sending the notes? Who really likes who? What is going on?!