Summary: None of them would be any use if one wanted to tell the time. The passing of the hours meant nothing in this room.
Summary: She couldn't see his face, but there was something forlorn about the lone boy, almost the same age as she, who sat on the opposite bank with his head in his hands.
Summary: Emmeline Vance was murdered. But the most important question was never asked -- why? There's more to this story that was told in the pages of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
Summary: A slightly twisted, but highly realistic, possibly humorous, and very late, look at the Marriage Law Challenge. Mentions character deaths (but not HG or SS) and has some possible squickiness in passing that results in an "R" Rating. No house-elves were harmed in the writing of this ficlet, who I cannot say the same of Cornelius Fudge, Minister of Magic.