Summary: I’m hypocritical, I know, hoping that he’ll declare he loves me, when I haven’t even made up my mind about how I feel towards him. He’s attractive and undeniably good company, but I’m not sure yet if there’s enough substance there to love. He’s clearly smart, but that’s not quite it. I don’t know how to love someone who seems so indifferent to me. I don’t know how to love someone who won’t reciprocate my feelings. I don’t know how to love someone like Sirius.
A sequel to Persephone, this time focusing on Persephone’s daughter. It’s recommended that you read Persephone first, but not completely necessary.
Summary: When Callie decides she wants to learn more about her birth parents, she merely expects to meet them and develop, if anything, a minimal relationship. However, when she discovers an old diary of her birth mother's, she finds an intriguing and heartbreaking tale of young love and its cost. In the process, she becomes closer to her mother than she ever could have envisioned.
Summary: It's 1959 and Persephone Marcello is in her seventh year at Hogwarts. She's fairly apathetic about the whole matter; the only thing her parents want her to do is marry a rich man while she's still young and have lots of children. But everything around her is changing. She and her sisters are growing older, her friends are falling in love, and she's afraid she might be, too. All of a sudden, nothing seems certain anymore, and Persephone is absolutely terrified.
Nominated for a Quicksilver Quill Award for Best Original Character: Persephone Marcello
Summary: "The pictures I have of you, the photographs, or the paintings I’ve done…none of them fully capture you. Each of them has something of you in it, of course. In one, I’ll have gotten your hair just right. In another, I’ll have perfectly replicated your eyes. But none of them is perfectly, completely you. And that…well, that’s what this is. This is going to be perfect. As perfect as you are. "
A submission to the Lofty Learning One-Shot Challenge: The Science of Portraiture, by obsessed_with_jo of Ravenclaw. Placed second in the Science of Portraiture challenge on the beta boards
Summary: Dahlia never told Scorpius she loved him. Now, she regrets that it's too late to express her feelings.
A one-shot songfic to "Left Behind" from the musical Spring Awakening. Rating for language and sensitive subject matter.
Summary: Snape reflects on losing Lily
This is obsessed_with_jo of Ravenclaw writing for the Colors of the Spectrum one shot challenge.
Summary: Natalie is just a normal girl from a Wizarding family, looking forward to starting her first year at Hogwarts. But when she tells her best friend something she's never told anyone before, her entire life is turned upside down.
This is obsessed_with_jo of Ravenclaw writing for the Telling the Truth autumn challenge.
*This will be a two-shot*
Summary: Leandra Brinkley is a young, nervous wizarding lawyer assigned to prosecute Lucius Malfoy, on trial for crimes he committed as a Death Eater. How will Leandra cope with her first high-profile case? Will Lucius Malfoy worm his way free once again?
This is obsessed_with_jo of Ravenclaw, writing for the August one-shot challenge, "The Trial of Lucius Malfoy."
Summary: Harry and Ginny miss each other terribly—they can’t seem to go on with life without each other. A sad songfic dealing with Harry and Ginny’s feelings towards each other. Set during DH when Harry is at Shell Cottage, so there are some spoilers, but not major ones. Please read and review!
Summary: Coriander is the daughter of the infamous Death Eater Draco Malfoy. When her father is killed by Harry Potter, all she wants to do is stay calm, to retain her dignity, and most of all, to remain brave. Bravery, however, isn’t always simply defined.
One-shot, fairly sad. Rated for very mild language. Please R&R!