Sometimes you find just what you need under a Halloween moon.
Sometimes moments come when everything you thought you knew changes.
Ginny's fifth year wasn't starting at all as she'd hoped. (Missing moment from HBP)
"What about you?" Ginny asked, her fingers dancing tarantellas through what Luna's mummy always called her Lunar Jungle of Hair. (Luna/Ginny, post-HBP)
It's two in the morning, and Ginny's alone in the Grimmauld Place kitchen: "Looking at the whitewashed wall opposite her, Ginny sighed, sensing the ghosts of the place--”real ghosts, imagined ghosts, metaphoric ghosts--”swirling around the damp, heavy pile above her head."
Those we love never leave us.
The problem with Muggle transportation is that it gives you too much time to think. (Ginny travels to Little Whinging, post-HBP)
Ginny has news; Harry has a guess.
Luna searches after the rare and the beautiful and finds them both. (A Luna/Ginny/Harry post-HBP tale)
The holidays are supposed to be a time that brings the people you love together; Luna likes that. (A Harry/Luna/Ginny holiday story)
At Ginny's sixteenth birthday party, she asks Harry for a present he hadn't planned on giving her. (Warning: HBP Spoilers)
Harry discovers that you never know where a single kiss will take you. (Post-HBP.)
It's Harry's sixteenth birthday, and he is surprised himself to be offering one of his friends a gift... that she may or may not want.
School is finished, the battles are over, and it's time to get on with the future. (Sequel story cycle to The Weasley Family Picnic: Tossing Apples, Tea, Time, Toi and Twins.)
Ginny repays her debt in the Chamber of Secrets. Action/fluff.
"The portion of her clothing that is still intact is cold and sticky, and she isn't very comfortable sitting on the corridor floor. He's lying there, and she wishes he'd go away, but she can't seem to move and he doesn't seem willing to." (Warning: implied and non-romanticized/eroticized non-con. Darkest thing I've written--not part of any series.)
Harry has been talked into returning to Hogwarts as a substitute teacher, and must confront his own loss of power, questions about his past, and a very attractive Transfiguration professor.
Harry knows where to find Luna when she doesn't want to be found. (Prequel to The Locked Room series: Better Days, Camera Obscura, etc. Harry's seventh year.)
Ginny's love life just got much more complicated... and the truth is finally revealed!
Three in the morning and the fireworks are just coming to a crescendo at the Burrow! The twins sad? Ginny mad? Some new head gear? (The grand finale of The Weasley Family Picnic. H/G, R/Hr, Bill/Fleur, Charlie/Tonks, Percy/Penny, Fred/George/Angelina/Katie/Alicia, and of course, Arthur/Molly.)
Percy wakes to find someone weeping in his bedroom. Oh, bother. (Percy and Fleur: Percy/Penelope, Bill/Fleur, H/G implied, R/Hr implied, Tonks/Charlie implied.) Fourth story in The Weasley Family Picnic series.
Sometimes even the two smartest people in the house need help figuring out what the hell just happened. (Hermione and Bill--R/Hr, B/F) Third story in The Weasley Family Picnic series.
After the last battle has been won, Harry is locked in the gloom of Grimmauld Place and his own grief. Ginny convinces Luna that they should go and cheer the boy up... Easier said than done.
While Charlie and Ginny are outside, Harry and Tonks discover a common ground as orphans in a sea of Weasleys.... (Post-OotP) Parallel piece to "Tossing Apples." Part 2 of The Weasley Family Picnic.
Lots of people cry at weddings; Mr. Lovegood finds that he can't stop....
Charlie and Ginny go out walking, after midnight, thinking about their babies... and talking (seriously) about first times.... ``H/G, Charlie/Tonks. First chapter of The Weasley Family Picnic
"It wasn't until she returned to Hogwarts the next September that it really hit Ginny. She was alone." Post-Book 7 Not a time-travel series fic....
Lily sings Harry to sleep, safe from the lurking danger outside. This is a postscript to A Ghost, one of my time-travel series of stories.
As Harry and his mates are about to return from their tumultuous trip, they meet the one person they never thought they would see again.
Ginny and Luna are on a mission to the past when they make an accidental discovery that changes... everything.She looked around. "I wish they had let us Apparate closer to the hospital."``"Professor Snape didn't want us to be heard," Luna said.``"Yeah," sighed Ginny, "no one heard us pop in to that automobile-smashing place, that's for certain. I've never heard a noise like that since Fred and George both got Howlers from Mum at once."``Luna gave her usual complacent smile, and then stopped dead in her tracks. ``"Luna, what...?"``"It's my mother," Luna said, pointing.
Ron and Hermione are on a time-traveling mission to the past, but they're mostly worried about how to come to grips with their future.... Ron and Hermione were bickering mutedly as they strode out of the center of Chipping Cleghorn, their mission complete. They should have been relieved--theirs was both the most tricky of the three quests that had precipitated this trip into the past, and the one that had set the dateline: twenty-two years back from their own seventh year at Hogwarts. This is a companion piece to my other time-travel story, A Ghost.
Harry is on a mission back in time. While he's waiting for his mates to meet up with him, he runs into the one woman he would most love to talk to. But how can he ask anything or say anything without jeopardizing his own past, and the wizarding world's future?
At a dinner-party to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the founding of the DA, Harry and Ginny consider what might have happened if they had chosen different paths--and different partners.