Summary: In the wake of Colin's death, Dennis is left in the middle of the Final Battle, alone and grieving.
But through his pain, Dennis strives to kill the one's who took Colin from him, charging through the battle, and eventually the Forest, where he finds a certain stone...
I am Maraurderinchief/Devil_Duckling of Gryffindor house, and this is my submission to the Full Moon One-Shot challenge.
Wow, really nice!
Summary: There are many who hate her, even the person writing her epitaph has mixed feelings towards her, so what will be written on the tombstone of a mad-woman?
Great story. Also looked up the other epitaphs.. loved Harry's!
Author's Response: Glad you liked it, thanks for the review :)
Wow, this is really awesome. There aren't many fics that focus on the non-core characters and their loss in the battle. Beautifully written!
I'm glad you enjoyed the story. The other story of mine that follows this story canon, Azure in the Snow, shows how Michael's life was affected by these events. Incidentally, that one was written first, and many people wondered how Michael could be that screwed up, where even Harry came out of the battle in better shape.
Thanks for reading. :)
Summary: Severus Snape meets with a group of deceased Slytherin whose view of history does not quite jibe with actual history.
Ronus & Hermana! Ha ha, that was awesome!
Author's Response: That bit was my daughter's idea, so I'll pass your review on. :)
Summary: This important question needs to be answered. Reputations are at stake.
Ha ha ha.. Hermione's so... Hermione!
Author's Response: I'm glad you think so, that's certainly what I try to achieve. -N-
Summary: Hermione may not know it, but her cat is leading a life of his own within the walls of Hogwarts. Does he just chase Scabbers for sport, or is there more to the tale?
Ha ha. Nice one :)
Mean Harry n Ron!
Summary: What if, on that fateful October night, it was not Lily's sacrifice that saved Harry, but James' sacrifice that saved them both? What if Lily is left to pick up the broken pieces of her life after its been shattered into a million pieces? Who would be there to rescue her? Who would get her through the night? This is a story of loss, of pain, of hopelessness, and ultimately, of healing.
After much deliberation and input from all you guys who have read thus far, I have officially decided to continue this story. It was initially supposed to be a one-shot, but I've decided I already have too much of my heart invested in it to quit now. :) Second chapter in progress. Thanks, all! Advice and reviews are still very welcome!
I'd like to read on...
Author's Response: Your wish is my command. Hahaha. :) In any case, I've decided to continue. Any advice or suggestions would be most welcome.
Summary: Really, must I endure the nauseating burden of owing the tinned twit a favour?
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Written, hurriedly and frantically, for the Inaugural Great Hall Cotillion by Acacia Carter of Hufflepuff.
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As always, the Harry Potter world and everything in it is property of JKR.
Good one! I could visualise French doing a monologue of it as I read..
Summary: Ms A Cadwallader wishes to improve herself and apply for a better job. Unfortunately, despite her impeccable qualifications, she is thwarted by a certain Junior Under Secretary for the Minister of Magic, who has let it be known that basic spelling errors can never be over looked.
This story, written in the style of a series of letters, first appeared in The Battle of the Genres over at the SBBC forum.
I am not JK Rowling. She would probably have been more amusing.
This story is for Minna because it was her birthday and she likes this pairing.
Thank you Natalie for liking the drabble and encouraging me to expand.
Winner of the Best Humour QSQ in 2012 - GOBSMACKED!!!
Quite funny. I really enjoyed the story.. not quite a side of Percy you expect.
Author's Response: I like to think he might have loosened up a little after the war, but not when it comes to spelling and grammar! Thanks for the review ~Carole~
Summary: "Neither can live while the other survives."
She often thought on that - ever since she heard it in Harry's hushed tones. Maybe before that even. Not in the exact sense, of course - she would not claim the powers of a Seer (Merlin forbid). But something close to it, maybe - a strange, half-formed thought; ethereal and not quite tangible.
She sometimes tried to think about what it meant - she spent many hours puzzling over it, in fact. She always was one to think of all the possible outcomes. And think she did. And imagined and theorised and wondered and dreamt.
Never once did she imagine this.
Very very well written!