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Spells or Sweets? by Fenrir_Confringo

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 1 Reviews
Summary:

Remus Lupin and Lily Evans find a new meaning behind the wizarding tradition of Spells or Sweets, (or as you may think of it as Trick-or-Treating), and embark on a hilarious adventure on Hallowe'en night involving ricocheting spell books, exploding chocolate frogs, and the spark of romance.

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I am Accio Avery of Ravenclaw, and this is my submission for the Hallowe'en Rairpair Challenge.


Mother by dragonwings

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 7 Reviews
Summary: The dying confessions of Azkaban are often left unheard. But one grey night, cold and alone in Azkaban, Sirius listens and finds the chill in the air is nothing compared to the one in his heart.



"Grey was the colour of moonlight tainted by the darkness of Azkaban and the stench of Dementors. Never white, it nearly blended into the walls, selfishly keeping its tranquil peace to itself.



Azkaban needed some peace. "



This is dragonwings of Gryffindor writing for the Colors of Loss Challenge!

Pink by FeatherTrader

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 3 Reviews
Summary: Sirius Black has lost everything. He doesn't have a family. His best mate has been murdered. And he's lost his freedom.

From Azkaban, he reminisces.

I am Sour.Apple. of Slytherin. And this is my entry to “The Colour of Loss.”

200,000 Reasons You'll Find My Client 'Not Guilty' by FenrirG

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 11 Reviews
Summary: When Lucius Malfoy asked me to be his attorney, I had no choice but to accept. Actually… I suppose I did have a choice, seeing that it wouldn’t exactly have put Lucius in the best light if he’d threatened me while on trial, or anything like that. But the choice I had, frankly, came down to money. In fact, I find that a lot of choices come down to money in today’s legal system—not the least of which was the choice to let Mr Malfoy walk free.


A deceptively light, satirical story about a young lawyer who makes his big break to success during the trial of Lucius Malfoy--and learns an important lesson in the process.

I am FenrirG of Ravenclaw, writing for the August One-Shot Challenge: The Trial of Lucius Malfoy.

No Longer Home by Sly Severus

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 4 Reviews
Summary: Lucius Malfoy is about to go on trial for his crimes as a Death Eater. There is only one person he trusts to represent him. Will she be able to put aside her emotions and help a man who was once a large part of her life?

An entry for the August Challenge by Sly Severus of Slytherin for participation points only.

Behind Every Strong Man... by Phoenix5225

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 7 Reviews
Summary: For Andrea's fabulous August One-Shot Challenge - the trial of Lucius Malfoy. It probably has more Muggle influence than wizarding, but what can I say - I'm a huge Law & Order fan.


I am Phoenix5225 of Hufflepuff, entering for participation points only. :-)

A Spark of Bravery by hpluver365

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 5 Reviews
Summary: When Neville is confronted by a dementor while patrolling in the Ministry of Magic he is forced to fight it off…alone. Can he muster up a happy enough memory? Can he stay focused whilst reliving his worst experience ever?

Written for The Best Patronus Ever Challenge by hpluver365 of Gryffindor.

Repetition by wendelin the wierd

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 1 Reviews
Summary: When there is only endless night, where is the room for light?



A fic for the 'June One-Shot Challenge' by Wendelin of Gryffindor.

Sunday Morning by Poppet

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 2 Reviews
Summary: This is a companion piece for my Triwizard Tales fic, hence the use of the same OCs. Sparks searches for her "Happy Memory" in order to produce a corporeal Patronus.



This is Poppet of Hufflepuff and this is for the June One-Shot Challenge: The Perfect Patronus.

Becoming Judas by Visceral Love

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 8 Reviews
Summary: I read in a book somewhere in a book that greatest virtue of a man is his ambition. It lied. Books always lie. People always lie. I had ambition, just a little, an ambition to love, to have a life other than the scraps of other people's lifes. I could not be happy with what I should have been happy with. I wanted more. Desire is a dangerous thing and in the end only led to me finding one thing. And it was not love. It was simply something worth a little more than silver.