Summary: Sequel to “It Unscrews The Other Way”
Due to popular demand, our favourite imaginary Weasley is back, this time coming to the end of her first year at Hogwarts. She is now an established trouble-maker, but there is always that issue of grades vs. good times. With various relatives (well, her favourite uncles) telling her one thing, and other relatives (well, her mother) telling her another, anyone would be at a loss as what to do ...
Summary: The Marauders are having their first Divination lesson, and they quickly realize what a waste of time it is. In order to liven things up, Siriusmakes a few predictions without the aid of tea leaves. Obviously, he's no Seer, because there's no way James and Lily will ever get married, Peter will become an evil minion, or Remus will fall for Sirius' baby cousin... right?
Summary: Yet another Mary Sue Parody, portraying the trio in a less than flatering light and completely irreverent.
Summary: Lord Voldemort's own slightly twisted take on the classic poem, "The Night Before Christmas." Also, a sequel to my other Christmas fic, "Tom Riddle's 12 Days of Christmas!"
Summary: A covert operation is launched to retrieve Voldemort from Muggledom. But what do you call an operation that involves the hormonal saviour of wizardkind, his adenoidal comic side-kick, and their thinking hat wannabe bimbette; a harmless (mostly) werewolf, his canine friend and their clumsy associate; a snivelly wizard and a known felon? Surely, Mission Implausible? A sequel to Casting Grouch.
I have not updated in a while as my PC crashed. Just wanted to tell you all, "I'll be back!"
Summary: The line that probably best describes the legacy that the Weasley twins left behind after their Great Escape, during Umbridge’s brief rein at Hogwarts. Their legend lasted years afterwards ... but eventually, the only permanent physical reminder was the roped off corner of one corridor, containing a small part of swamp. The mystery of its origins is merely smiled at reminiscently by teachers, and the students can do nothing but spread rumours of how it came to be. When little Janey Weasley starts life at Hogwarts, the mystery is still unsolved. On a whim, and desperate for recognition, she writes home to her father, asking how it came to be. When Ron replies with the true story, a chain of events begins that might just be the making of the next true Hogwarts mischief legend ...
**One-Shot, Post Hogwarts** Now available as AudioFiction Episode #95!
Summary: Some would call it a sad excuse. I call it a learning experience. Harry didn't want it to end this way, but the plaque just had to stay.
Summary: Remus Lupin is sneaking out at night, and the other Marauders want to know what he is up to, so what do they do? Follow him of course. An Early Marauder's era fic
Henry Potty and the Pet Rock: A Harry Potter Parody by Valerie Frankel
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 6]
Summary: Catastrophe strikes Chickenfeet Academy, and it’s not just the cafeteria food. Lord Revolting, murderous goldfish-flusher, needs Really Wimpy’s pet rock to conquer the world! While battling him with squirt guns and cheesy how-to guides, Henry Potty aces Hobology, preps for America’s Funniest Fairygodchildren, and tries to avoid laundering Professor Snort’s dreaded hankies, or worse, watching A History of Cabbages in Polish. All the while, the least likely character watches, coveting the pet rock for her own sneaky agenda. What part does Socks the parrot, wisecracking pet of Headmaster Bumbling Bore, play in all this? Will Revolting dare the ultimate villainy and spoil the book? Will this novel waste your entire morning? There’s only one way to know…
Unapproved, unendorsed, unofficial, and unstoppable: an award-winning parody for all the Harry Potter kids out there.
Summary: It’s the Marauders’ first Halloween outside of school, and, persuaded by Lily’s assurances that it will be great fun, they agree to spend it ‘the Muggle Way’. But how can anything go as planned when you’re with Sirius Black and James Potter?
Summary: For Lord Voldemort, life is going swell, and everything is juuust peachy... until a ghostly visitor arrives. EXTRAORDINARILY silly.
EDIT: For some bizarre reason that I can't fully comprehend, this story WON the "Things that Go Bump In The Night" challenge in the Winter's Tale Challenge.
Summary: We love writing stories about our favorite characters in our favorite universe. But what do those characters DO when we're taking a break, suffering from writer's block or abandon a story? A 'behind the scenes' look with a lot of cliches.
Summary: A discourse on sexual differences between the houses - as propounded by one Severus Snape. Will not amuse Dunderheads, naturally.
Summary: What does Lord Voldemort do in his spare time? Well, that's an excellent question. Who would have known that the Dark Lord has a blog? (He also has a loyal following of readers, most of whom are Death Eaters and who post their comments.) Voldemort dispenses advice on everything from murder methods to germ protection to Power Rangers to shoes, and gives an account of the life of an evil overlord. But is he posting too much personal information online? And will Harry read it and find out more about the Dark Lord than Voldemort ever intended? Read and see.
WARNING: Extremely OOC behaviour from almost all.
RUNNER-UP in the 2007 Quicksilver Quills Awards for Best Humour fic! Also nominated like 21 times, because apparently my readers are as insane as I am!
Summary: What has gotten Argus Filch more excited than a signed "Permission to whip students" form? The WunderWand - from the makers of Kwickspell.
Can Argus really do magic with this brilliant invention?
Summary: What have the brilliant Weasley twins, Fred and George, come up with now? To help stop Voldemort sending Harry nightmares, and to extract a little revenge while they are at it, the twins develop a new product and test it on the boy-who-needed-a-good-sleep. Post HBP oneshot.
Summary: A look into the life of Voldy's pet snake, Nagini.
Summary: Minerva has trouble finding a new DADA professor, so holds interviews for the position.
Summary: What happens when Fred and George test a love potion on Harry, Ron, and Hermione? Trouble happens of course!
Summary: Deciding to show Hermione how he really feels Ron buys a book. "How To Write A Love Letter", he follows it's steps to create a not-so-perfect love letter. The hard part? The final step, telling Hermione it was him who wrote it. What will she say when she realises it was him?