Aunt Marge's arrival causes Harry to flee to avoid performing accidental magic again. But when number four, Privet Drive is attacked, he becomes the chief suspect and a fugitive from both the Muggle police and the Ministry. He tries going to Mrs Figg's but finds unfamiliar wizards there. With an Invisibility Cloak and nowhere to turn he hides in the house next door, to keep watch on Mrs Figg's. He has no idea that this will irrevocably alter the rest of his life....
Romilda Vane doesn't ask Ginny about whether Harry has a tattoo on his chest for no reason. A lesson in how rumours get started. (Another missing scene from HBP; sequel to "Mad About the Boy." Decidedly H/G with a little R/Hr.)
What if Harry's difficulty with Occlumency stemmed from the fact that Voldemort had put a spell on all of Great Britain, forcing everyone to sing about his or her feelings, rather than being able to keep them a secret? [Parody of "Once More with Feeling" AKA Buffy the Musical; slightly but not completely AU version of OotP.]
Harry and Ginny did have a little time for talking after they kissed in front of everyone in the common room and left through the portrait hole, but Quidditch wasn't what they discussed. They did other things, too. *Hem hem!* (A post-kiss "missing scene" from HBP.)
He watches them together at the wedding. They make a striking couple, with her long red tresses, his messy black hair and glasses. He knows he shouldn’t stare, but it’s so hard not to. It’s just never a good idea to fall in love with your best friend....
Remus has been confused about his sexuality for a while because of his pre-full-moon madness. After meeting a schoolmate in the Leaky Cauldron, he starts to think that his attraction to men isn't just a monthly thing... Takes place during The Lost Generation (1975-1982) (part of the Psychic Serpent universe. Slash, Remus/OC.
Neville didn't get to go to the Yule Ball with Hermione because of Viktor Krum. Harry is now interested in Hermione, but she doesn't want to have to choose between him and Ron. Harry wishes that Neville could be her boyfriend, so one of them might be happy. Little does he realise what will come of this wish.... (Overt H/Hr, hinted R/Hr, overt N/Hr.)
Harry's 7th and final year of school. In a time of uncertainty, the Muggle world has found a source of comfort and stability. Only Harry suspects that it isn't safe. Wizards are more concerned about themselves than Muggles since Voldemort's return, but are only Muggles at risk? Will anyone listen to Harry? He must decide whether to make a sacrifice that will change him--and the wizarding world-- forever.
Bill Weasley begins his education at Hogwarts in 1975, in the middle of Voldemort's reign of terror. He never suspects that the Gryffindor prefects he looks up to, Lily Evans and James Potter, will eventually have a son who saves the wizarding world, nor that the Weasley family will eventually play an important role in the Dark Lord's fall. All he knows is that in a very scary wizarding world, Hogwarts is a safe haven where he has always longed to be--until, that is, there are whispers of vampires and werewolves, of Death Eaters and traitors, and a Seeress pronounces a Prophecy which will shake the wizarding world to its very foundations....
During his fifth year, Trelawney did a Tarot reading for Harry. She told him he would have to make a choice that could "change the world as we know it." At the beginning of his sixth year, Harry chooses, and the world does change. Does it change for the better? If he wants, can Harry change it back? Or is giving Harry exactly what he wants Voldemort's ultimate revenge? The sequel to
In Harry's fifth year he gets a snake with the Sight. Hermione's torn between Ron and Harry, who's torn between her and Ginny, who's torn between him and Draco Malfoy, who's torn between her and loyalty to his father. Plus: a Prophecy, Animagus training, a Dueling Club, Snape's Penseive, kilts, giants, house elf liberation and more!