Post-DH. Al, hoping to distinguish himself from his father, enters his first year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and befriends the most unexpected group of people. Meanwhile, the wizarding world enters a new era of political turmoil, as the Minister-to-be is assassinated, and Harry and the others find themselves in a wholly different, much more subtler conflict.
When Hogwarts embarks on a production of William Shakespeare's "Hamlet" during Lucius Malfoy's seventh year, he finds himself unwillingly cast in the title role and drawn to the quiet and clever -- and therefore, boring -- Narcissa Black. Cameos by Bellatrix Black, various teachers, certain members of MWPP, Severus Snape, the Weasleys, and Lucius's future long hair.
Albus Dumbledore: the greatest wizard of the modern age, defeater of the Dark wizard Grindelwald, and the only one the Dark Lord ever feared. And yet, he certainly did not start out that way. This is the story of a young, awkward Percy Dumbledore, the elder of the Minister of Magic's two sons, before he became the respected headmaster of Hogwarts, before he met Nicholas Flamel... before he was great.
Harry Potter had once believed that his seventh year at Hogwarts would be a year to cherish. Yet as September approaches, Harry finds himself reluctant to return. When he does, the castle is nearly empty, its corridors silent, the teachers half-hearted and afraid, and the High Table devoid of the familiar twinkle-eyed headmaster. Those of Harry's friends that did return have changed as well: Ron seems to be hiding something, Hermione is obsessed almost to the point of insanity over finding the Horcruxes, and Neville is acting more violently than before after every Death Eater attack. Harry himself is becoming increasingly attached to the question of "What if...?" and also, the words "Neither can live while the other survives."
"Maggie knew in her heart that her mummy and daddy kept each other happy and always would." A story of family and dealing with death.
“Good boy. There’s only this, power, which I have over you, you sniveling little brat. There’s only power and control, Riddle, remember that. Those with power and control rule, those without power and control are squashed like little cockroaches. Do you understand, Riddle?”
Draco's strange yet logical way of thinking gets him and Harry into a very experimental mood. That's "Experimental," with a capital "E," by the way. Mostly dialogue.
Colin Creevey is a reporter. Pansy Parkinson is the sole heiress of an old wizarding family. He's Muggle-born. She's Pureblooded. He's rather scared of Slytherins. She despises Muggle-borns and Gryffindors. He needs money. Deperately. Plus, his reputation's under fire. She's become quite a big figure in the news lately; her story is worth more than most people can imagine. For some odd reason, she's run away from the altar... several times. His plan is to find out her secret... why does she run?
Sequel to The Legend of the Phoenix Well. The Dark will rise once more... aided by the Storm and the almost-Leo... After the defeat of Lord Voldemort, the wizarding world thought it was safe. Insignificant dark wizards fought for the position of the dark lord in power, and so far, none have succeeded. None... except for one. Now the members of the Order of the Phoenix find themselves dealing with past mysteries and dangers perhaps more perilous than before. Post-Hogwarts.
Sequel to Avocado. The past comes back to haunt Tonks when Charlie is murdered by none other than her cousin Draco. But is everything what it seems? Or is there more to the story?
Definition of 'hag': an ugly, old woman who smells horrible and has warts all over the place. A hag is also what Hermione Granger calls her younger (and previously unknown) sister. Of course, Helen prefers the nickname Helen of Troy. Much more suitable for her (so-called) exotic aura and beauty. Of course, Hermione would just say 'hag' fits better. Sisters are sisters.
“I don’t like you!” the boy screamed at Charlie, tears flying out of his eyes. “When I’m b-b-bigger, after I go to H-Hogwarts, I’ll Avocado you!” Thirteen-year-old Nymphadora Tonks never knew she had a cousin. But when she and her friend Charlie find a seemingly innocent boy sniffling behind a display of Cleansweep brooms, her cousin Draco is revealed to her. But what is this Avocado he keeps on talking about? Perhaps Draco isn't as innocent as Nymphadora thought...
Ron Weasley wakes up one day with a plan to get his best mate Harry a girl friend. Never mind that Ron has never had one himself; he's determined to get Harry and Ginny together. Of course, the task proves harder than he thought. And there's that little detail that Draco Malfoy actually agrees with the plan and is willing to help...
Normal people have unexciting school lives. Harry's not a normal person. His seventh year may be the most chaotic of all. First, Voldemort is immortal. Second, he's got a necklace everyone wants, but he doesn't want at all. Third, he just might be becoming more Slytherin... over a girl! What's Harry to do?
Tom Potter has an insane life. His mum's a bit 'round the bend, and has been ever since her first-born, Harry, was killed. As if that isn't enough, Tom and Euan Abercrombie, his best mate, are the nemeses of our perfect Head Girl, Hermione Granger. When Tom is thrown into an alternate universe where his brother is still alive, well, let's just say that his life just became a lot crazier.
Lucius Malfoy did not always hate Muggles. Once, he was curious about them. The hate didn't come until one Vernon Dursley came along, and only one thing has driven Lucius through life: Revenge.
What everyone told Harry about the Death Eaters is not completely true. In fact, it's completely incorrect. What do the Death Eaters do at Headquarters, anyway? Plot? Torture? Kill? Nah, well, maybe torture. But not in the way everyone thinks. Join Lucius Malfoy for a typical Death Eater evening. Includes singing!Draco, Voldemort with an afro, and more! Be very afraid...
Sequel to The Twelve Days of Christmas. Ron faces the consequences of singing his...er... song. Includes the Return of the King, I mean, potted plants, mobs, T.V. characters, oh, and a little part where AmethystPhoenix is punished. Random, insane... what do you think?
Ron sings 'The Twelve Days of Christmas'... his own way! Plus: interjections from Hermione, Harry, and you can't forget Malfoy. Absolutely no plot, and very random, but who cares? Small reference to R/Hr.
Songfic to Celine Dion's 'Because You Loved Me'. Short ficlets about a few of our favorite characters. Humor, angst, fluff... all in here! (Includes H/G, R/Hr, D/girl!BZ, L/J, N/LL, and TR/MM)