Summary: The fears of one's youth are often quite different than the fears of adulthood. For some, it remains the same, simply shifting form as one's fear moves from without to within.
For Sirius Black, light will always conquer any fear of the dark.
This is Gmariam of Ravenclaw writing for the Great Hall Boggart Challenge.
Summary: Her heavy despondent face stared morosely at the thick dust on the wooden floors. Just dust. Dust covering up the wear and tear of poverty. Dust proving the abandonment and desolation of happiness and love. Dust, dust, dust.
She herself was a mess. True, she was slightly more clean than her father or brother, but still, dirt stuck to her pale skin. Dirt covering up the wear and tear of poverty. Dirt proving the abandonment and desolation of happiness and love. Dirt, dirt, dirt.
Second entry written for the Boggart Challenge in the Great Hall.
Summary: After having not seen her nephew for six years, Petunia is shocked to see Harry on her front doorstep, presenting his newborn son, James. One-shot! Petunia's POV.
Summary: She is restless with the wait- but she doesn't realize that she has the best thing ever.
Written for the Boggart Challenge in the Great Hall
Summary: After the Battle of Hogwarts, the Wizarding world starts to piece itself together, but Molly Weasley knows that’s easier said than done.
Summary: Peter sits alone in the Shrieking Shack and reflects on his decisions and his life.
Summary: Adrian Pucey has always had a tumultuous relationship with Miles Bletchley, but as the years tread on, 'tumultuous' is just the beginning. And when Miles is found dead at the Battle of Hogwarts -- and as a Death Eater -- Adrian's sense of loss pales in comparison to what he finds at the funeral.
This story has been nominated for a 2013 Quicksilver Quill Award: Best Dark/Angst.
Summary: In the Indian society, the arrival of a baby girl in the house is considered equivalent to the arrival of a goddess. Women are considered the glue holding a family together. They go on to become mothers and they’re the emotional support of a family unit.
Then why is it that baby girls are still frowned upon by so many families?
This is Ginny Weasley Potter of Hufflepuff house, writing for round three of the 2012 One-Shot Triathlon at the Character Clinic.
Nominated for the 2013 QSQ awards under the best OC category!
Summary: A series of vignettes taken from Sirius' mind when he is in Azkaban, and the threads that hold them together.Expanded from a drabble written for an SBBC Challenge.
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.
Summary: For most people, dreams are happy places. And even when they aren’t happy themselves, when the dreamer awakens, they are happy that the dream isn’t real. However, this is not the case for Neville Longbottom, for he is not just dreaming, but he is remembering things he would rather forget.
Summary: Embers in a cage made from bone
slowly growing cold
Albus needed her. She didn’t need him.
He was a shadow of who he used to be; there was no life in him.
She was the one who sucked the very soul out of him.
When all was said and done, nothing remained of either of them. They were human debris.
This was written for, inspired by, and generally blamed on Jamie (Acacia Carter). She’s an amazing author, and I hope I did the video, IKEA table, and her justice.
This is iMusic17 from the house of the snakes writing for the final round in Alex’s triathalon 2012.
Tom and Camelia are two people in search of something unobtainable, and each is prepared to kill to achieve their goal. For both, murder is simply the means to an end. For both, their victims are unimportant; they are merely collateral damage in the quest to live forever. What happens when two very different killers meet?
This is Northumbrian of Ravenclaw House writing for Round Three of the 2012 Character Triathlon.
Summary: There was bitterness, grief and betrayal. Peace, trust and calm. But now love, lust, blood and anger come together for yet another tale.
We are Ginny Weasley Potter and majestic_ginny, both from Hufflepuff house, writing for The Rainbow Challenge in the Great Hall.
Summary: Hannah Abbott and her mother have never gotten along. But that is about to change.
This is Peppermint Toads of Gryffindor writing for Madame Pomfrey's Character Triathalon.
Summary: Sometimes the promise of your life is just not enough. Sometimes the only way to feel something is to end it all. For one man at the brink of both his mind and life, these are his times.
Summary: Draco ought to have expected he'd end up dying facedown in an alley, but nothing could have prepared him for the events or the friendships that would follow.
Draco/Neville, with references to previous Draco/Harry and Neville/Harry, as well as references (nothing explicit, merely allusions) to non-consensual memories.
Beta'd by the inestimable Soraya, to whom I owe at least three tonnes of baked goods by now.
I'm still not JKR.
I'm still not JKR.
Third in the Long Way Down continuity, this story takes place between the events of The Breaking Point and Tempus Vernum.
Summary: What was Petunia really feeling about the situation with her sister?
Summary: "Draco's heart pounded more than ever before. He had to believe what he had just done was right. He had to believe that. So he didn't let himself question it, not once. " - A one-shot during The Battle of Hogwarts about Draco Malfoy and the boy who set him free.