I'll just say it right off, I'm in love with Voldemort! He is seriously hot! I still cheer Harry on, but I still think that Voldemort had a hard childhood and can't help but be who he is.
Which Harry Potter Marauder are you?
You scored as a Padfoot
You are Padfoot- aka Sirius Black! You are an extremely loyal person who will risk anything for your friends. You tend to be a bit of a rebel, and don't place much importance in family. But your friends mean the world to you. And they always will.
"He'll never know friendship, and he'll never know love..."
As the granddaughter of Sirius Black and Celeste Lovegood, Nimbus is used to the fame the name brings. However, being the only Ravenclaw in the family and being related to almost every great guy at Hogwarts is more annoying than her twin brothers.
When her abilities as a Seer give her an interesting glimpse at the past, she begins to question everything as she discovers a conspiracy and the history of a certain third-floor corridor, along with a romance that is forbidden in her eyes.
*This is the third part of The Secret Life of Scarlet Black series, but can be read alone.
Summary: Many know Sirius Black the Marauder, but few know Sirius Black the rock star.
One Christmas morning, Sirius Black awoke with an idea that would change the lives of the Marauders forever. He'd be a superstar whose fame would make him untouchable, but he has a few bugs to work out first. Bugs like the reporter Rita Skeeter who refuses to leave before snatching a nonexistent scoop, his best friend who believes a girl will make the band more diverse, and the nagging feeling he won't be able to balance both the band, groupies, and Order of the Phoenix missions and meetings.
In the meantime, he's living the dream. After all, what can you expect from a wizard rock star?
Summary: It has been five years since the Second Wizarding War, and Scarlet Black is still trying to piece her life back together. Working as a columnist by day and helping select Death Eaters get their lives back on track, she lives each day with the hope of a better tomorrow.
Then, when an old enemy she helped put behind bars escape, Scarlet is tossed into a whirlwind of events that put her out of harm's way and into the reach of the one who still blames her for his brother's death-Charlie Weasley.
What happened during the past five years? Can two enemies work together for their own survival? Will there finally be a day when Scarlet can stop running?
She knows her past, but the future is another subject altogether...
*This is the sequel to "The Secret Life of Scarlet Black".
Summary: A poem about the moments where Lily Evans realized she was falling for James Potter against her better judgement.
Summary: A poem detailing the arc of Rita Skeeter and her mischief and mayhem.
Summary: If a rose is called by any other name, does it smell as sweet? To Scarlet never realized how much fear a name could provoke. Throughout her life, the name Tonks had become as familiar as her right arm. She is estatic when she receives her letter inviting her to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Despite her happiness, she is confused at the name on the letter. How could one name transform friends into enemies? Who is Scarlet Black? But more importantly, who is she?
This is what she wants to know.
Summary: A free verse poem expressing the different questions Tonks contemplates at two different stages in her relationship with Remus Lupin.
Summary: After their deaths, Tonks and Remus hope that Teddy will remember what they died for, and that they were not the only ones.
Summary: Soon after Remus abandons her, Tonks thinks about all of the promises that Remus had made her, and even considers suicide.
Summary: Remus tries to tell Tonks that she's not safe, but she is convinced that he won't transform. Will it be too late for her to run as the moon appears over the horizon.
Summary: Hermione is being tortured into speaking in the Malfoy Manor during Deathly Hallows. Hermione's pep talk to herself not to give away her best friend's secrets.
Summary: A poem from Tonks to Lupin that takes place during the sixth book.
Summary: Harry is traumatized after the death of his friend and godfather, Sirius Black. A poem about his emotions right after Sirius falls through the veil.