Leaving Green Sleeves by bruno04/10/2006
After a shady deal with one of his friends, Dung Fletcher is the owner of a little trinket. But the trinket is not as innocent as it looks, and soon Dung finds himself in deeper trouble than he can handle.
She was nothing but a cheap fortune-teller, a simple housewife who made a few extra pounds by telling people nice stories. Eva dealt in dreams, not witchcraft. But then a chubby boy named Peter entered her tent.
Closed Doors by bruno03/10/2005
Tyke’s mother has an unusual hobby – she breeds house-elves. But life isn’t always kind to those who are weak, something Tyke is about to find out.
Mad Dogs and Englishmen by bruno02/11/2005
A young Death Eater takes on the task of burying a former colleague. Post-war.
The Man Who Won November by bruno12/08/2004
London is a world of its own, with secrets hidden in every alley. Places you can only find if you know where to go or if you're in need of a refuge.``One night, young Redondo discovers a street he's never seen before, and through the fog he hears the sound of music. Looking for nothing but a beer and a few good stories, he soon finds himself in the centre of the weirdest tale of all.
Autumn Leaves by bruno12/04/2004
Some things in life are measured out for us; all we can do is to walk our paths and walk them to the end. Gregory knew this, and so did Pansy.
Arguments and Chocolate Cake by bruno11/11/2004
Why is Remus angry? What is Sirius up to this time? Why does chocolate taste so good when it's supposed to be bad for you?
Itsy-bitsy Spider by bruno09/24/2004
Eight-year-old Mundungus wants a pet, and one day he finds one...
Friday Night by bruno08/27/2004
Hidden behind high walls, Borgin waits.``Slash, Borgin/OC.
The Darling Buds of May by bruno08/26/2004
One fine winter afternoon, Gregory Goyle enjoys a bit of poetry reading. What he doesn't know is that he's not alone.``Gregory/Pansy, short and sweet.
Here, Birdie! by bruno08/14/2004
Dudley enjoys a nice hot dog, when someone comes along to put a claim on his lunch.... Short and silly.
Dear Lavender by bruno06/25/2004
'Sometimes it can be difficult,' she wrote. 'Difficult to remember that number one rule of communication.'``LB/DT
Dead End Street by bruno06/24/2004
A few years ago, I met a young woman in Knockturn Alley. Leaning against the cold stone wall outside the pub, she looked alien, like a colourful exotic bird suddenly appearing in the shadows.
Love, Lavender mused. It should have been hand in hand, a careful kiss in the corridor outside the common room, smiles freely given across the heads of their classmates. ``Not like this.
The Smurfs in the Attic by bruno06/03/2004
Tonks and Dung go treasure hunting in the attic of 12 Grimmauld Place.
World's End by bruno02/15/2004
Even the Dark Lord was amazed upon watching the effects of an atom bomb. The vast power displayed before him held a beauty so incredible, so horrifyingly marvellous, it made his chest hurt and his eyes water – as he wiped the moisture from his eyes, he realised with astonishment that he was crying.
Daddy won't leave you, Henry by bruno02/13/2004
A bucket filled with toys stood alone on the step up to the door. Everything carried an air of peace and contented calm. But facades are never to be trusted, she mused. Harry's wife has died, and Hermione comes to visit him and his son to see if Harry's all right. He's not.
The Sad Demise of Mike Laughlin by bruno01/31/2004
If you had the chance to avenge the wrongs committed against those you cared about, and not get caught… Would you take that chance? ``One murder, two guilty young men, and a new side to Dung Fletcher’s personality.
Canada Is a Lot Like Sweden, Really by bruno01/09/2004
Sirius wants a holiday in the wilderness, and Dung manages to borrow a cottage deep inside the forests of northern Sweden. Will the two friends manage to stay there alone for three days without killing each other? Not likely - so they decide to spend Friday night in the nearby village.
Face the Music by bruno12/05/2003
Sirius goes to see his first –and last- concert with the Hobgoblin’s. An argument takes place, with a disastrous result for poor Stubby Boardman.
The Naked Chef by bruno11/11/2003
Dung Fletcher wants this breakfast to be perfect; a meal to remember. There just a minor problem...
Digging Dung by bruno09/23/2003
An eighteen-year-old Dung Fletcher is in dire need of money, and together with a friend he comes up with the idea of the century... to rob Gringott's.
The Importance of Being Dung by bruno09/18/2003
One early morning, Hermione wakes up in her bed at Grimmauld Place. She walks down to the kitchen for a snack, and encounters two tired men. But what's wrong with Mundungus Fletcher's leg?