Summary: There are situations in which being a Weasley is a bad thing. These situations include, but are not limited to, getting caught in the middle of an open hallway straddling one Draco Malfoy with oneâ€™s lips planted firmly on his.
Summary: In retrospect, he probably shouldn't have taken the case . . .
Private investigator Theodore Nott cannot resist temptation. So when a pretty dame offers him the unsolvable case of the century, he takes it. But what happens when the danger begins to outweigh the thrill of the hunt? Is the price of truth worth being paid?
This is Liandrin of Ravenclaw writing for the 2011 Mysterious May Challenge in the Great Hall, Prompt #3.
Summary: “How vain is it to sit down to write when you have not stood up to live?” - Henry David Thoreau
A collection of Post Hogwarts drabbles featuring the Slytherin loner, Theodore Nott.
Summary: Writer’s block is to stress as Dragon Pox is to sickness. And banter is to romance as Draco is to Ginny. Or something like that. I dunno. Put down something witty and then tell everyone I wrote it.
Summary: Every great love affair has a beginning: this is Draco's and Ginevra's...
What are dreams? Are they just an outlet for our conscious minds, or are they merely a means of escape? Do we have any control over them, or do they only have control over us? Ginevra Weasley and Draco Malfoy are about to learn a hard, fast lesson in what is fantasy, and what is reality.
Summary: Step right up and meet the infamous Gellert Grindelwald, the second greatest Dark Wizard of all time. Come witness the bitterness, envy, regret, and the indefatigable spirit of a tragically flawed man.
Written for the SBBC's 2010 Musical Drabble Exchange.
Summary: No chestnuts roasting on an open fire; no mistletoe hanging from a doorway, inviting a warm Christmas kiss. Instead, Draco and Ginny's Christmas Eve is spent sitting on a dark, dirt floor, tied to one another – and not in the kinky way.
Summary: It’s the first Christmas after the Great Battle, and Harry can’t seem to get into the Christmas spirit. In fact, he’s despondent, remembering only those who lost their lives in a war of bigotry and hatred. No one, including his best friends or his girl friend, can get him out of his slump. On Christmas Eve, however, a ghost from his past returns to take Harry on a journey of his past, present, and future to show him that Christmas—and life—is worth celebrating.
I am Liandrin of Ravenclaw, and this is my entry for the Of Christmas’ Past, Present and Future Challenge (prompt four) in The Great Hall.
Summary: Boy meets girl. Girl meets boy. Sparks fly. Dreadfully romantic, wouldn't you agree? Well, that depends on your definition of ‘sparks’—or the boy and girl involved. No, I'm afraid this isn't one of your typical clichéd romances—it’s the other one. So, take a seat and get comfortable. You’re in for quite a ride.
Summary: They just happened to be on the same train, heading to the same place. Fate is ironic like that.
Summary: He had thought it best to ignore her and head back to his mother, but there was something about the way she moved, the way the sunlight hit her hair, framing her head like a golden-red halo. And then there were those freckles...
Summary: A look at the war raging outside of Hogwarts, where we honour the other weary and brave witches and wizards who fought and continue to fight the good fight.
Summary: Not all relationships start out sweet as candy, but, like quickly melting chocolate, sometimes they're all the more delectable with time.
Dedicated to Ginny Weasley's 29th birthday (11/08/10)! ^^
Summary: What happens after the battle, when the war is finally over? How can anyone return from such sorrow, from such loss?
Summary: Life doesn't always go according to plan, so sometimes you need contingencies. But what if your backup to your backup plan fails? What can you do? Mix in hexes, rumours, a reverse-Oedipus complex, something about a pig, and set it all in the year 1975, and you are bound to have issues—serious, psychologically-scarring issues. Oh, and did I mention Draco and Ginny were in the middle of all this? Yeah. Fun times.
Summary: I suspect Potter always imagined himself dying honourably in battle or saving some poor sod’s soul. He didn’t. And for that I was smugly appreciative.
2010 QSQ Award Winner for Post-Hogwarts Story
Summary: The heart is meant to endure, even through the greatest heart breaks. But what makes us forgive and learn to love again?
Summary: Lily had often wondered why the older boy would go outdoors, alone, when it was raining. Amongst his friends, he was always playing the part of the dashing rogue—a dapper roué who was never without a female companion. If he was so comfortable in the company of others, why then did he seek solace in the rain?
Summary: Ginny had seen him at the bar, laughing with his mates. She didn’t even know that he was capable of laughter, or having mates.
Dedicated to Draco Malfoy, since it’s his birthday today (June 5th)! ^^ Happy 30th!
Summary: The tapestry of our lives is short, and it can easily come undone with a single act. But whom do the faithless turn to for guidance when that weave begins to unravel? Who can offer respite to the abandoned when she, herself, is lost?