Hey! I only have a couple of things to say about me,
I like musicals, dancing, and chocolate covered
strawberries! (okay, make that just about anything chocolate covered, but that makes me easy to please, right?) bye, love ya!
Summary: Cedric was just as odd as Hermione, because he liked to walk. Cedric/Hermione
Summary: It's nearly six months after the war, and when Molly Weasley reads the days' newspaper, in it is an article that forces her to reminisce over the events of the war, the effects of it on her life and the lives of those close to her. Meanwhile, Ron has news of his own…
Summary: After Harry's retirement party, he and Ginny remember their long and happy life together, including Bill and Fleur's wedding, Harry and Ginny's first kiss, and a lot of other firsts, too!
(Rated cautiously for adult themes and mild language in later chapters.)
Summary: Hermione and Goyle meet one cold December afternoon.
Summary: He touched him... he touched him there, and he doesn't know what to do, and the Devil will come and steal his eyes for it, because he reacted. He reacted, and he has been shamed, and now he is light-forsaken, doomed to return back to that room and let the demon touch him, hurt him, bleed him. Graham Pritchard is being abused, and he doesn't know what to do- but he finds salvation in the most unlikely of people.
Summary: Make no deals with the Devil, child, and the Devil will have no power over you. Susan Bones knows that someone in her House is abusing a student in another. How does she react?
Summary: Harry is standing on the edge of Battle, waiting for Voldemort. Memories flood him. And both Harry and Voldemort find that Harry is not as alone as he thinks; Luna comes with others in order to fulfill a promise she made to him. Tomorrow is a day for tears. But today is a Resurrection.
Summary: Neville Longbottom is a shy, bumbling child, teased by his classmates and bullied by his grandmother. So why does he even try? Courage doesn't always roar.
Summary: When she dances, the world stops for a moment to let her breathe. She knows she's not alone. Not by a long shot. There's life everywhere. If only people know where to look for it, then things would be so much better. A Ravenclaw should know better, but she doesn't. A Luna fic.
Summary: Everyone fights the good fight for their own reasons. Arthur Weasley keeps his scribbled in a notepad. For the Little Ones. Companion Piece to Hermione's Scrapbook.
Summary: "No one stops to consider for a moment why I'm so dependent on those books of mine, why I have so many. I am different. I do not prattle, I do not gossip, I do not twirl my hair and flutter my lashes. Clothing is meant to cover my nakedness, not flaunt my body. I am not covered in cosmetics, nor do I read the silly rags that the girls in my dorm read. I seek knowledge, and truth. I want permission to be myself. I want to walk down the halls of my school, of my world, without hearing the half-whispered remarks about me. I want to sit with my friends, and know that they appreciate my company, and not the fact that I can revise their homework. I want to live." A moment in Hermione's life, where she contemplates her past, present, and future.
Summary: Back and forth. Back and forth. I rock myself as hard as I can, bashing my body against the sturdy oak doors of my prison. It hurts badly; every time I slam my body against the doors, splinters break off into my already bruised and scratched skin. But back and forth, back and forth, I will rock. Every time I smash into the doors, they weaken slightly. And every weak crack spiderwebbing against the doors is one step closer to freedom. Four girls are held hostage by Death Eater. But they have a plan.
Summary: "Regardless of what God, or Gods, they worship, or even if they don't," whispered Luna dreamily, "everyone prays." Ginny Weasley lies broken and bleeding by her own hand. But her friends and family love her, and they will lead her home. Not a death fic. Rated for graphic self-mutilation... but for a very good cause.
Summary: There is darkness that envelopes the world. It shrouds us and keeps us from ever seeing even what's in front of our noses. But for every Hitler, Grindelwald, Attila the Hun and Voldemort, Fate gives us a person to light a candle to shatter the darkness. Hermione Granger knows a hero when she sees one. Sometimes, you just have to look a little deeper.