Once the final battle is won, life must go on, although it can be even harder to master than death. Back at Hogwarts for his final year of school, Harry tries to cope with everything he's been through. As the world around him struggles for a way back to normality, he is forced to realise that in the long run, living takes a lot more courage than dying.
Some creatures just aren't compatible under normal circumstances.
Some Muggle inventions aren't all that useless for wizards after all â€“ or so Minister Shacklebolt claims. His Muggleborn employees suspect that the real reason behind his sudden enthusiasm for magi-technical innovation at the Ministry is the fact that he found out about internet porn, but that isn't terribly relevant for the following storyâ€¦
Of all the sweetshops in the world, Hogwarts Potions master Draco Malfoy had to walk into Harry Potter's.
A traumatised war hero and a convicted criminal under the roof of an eccentric journalist make for a rather odd ensemble, but Luna has never had a problem with oddities as long as they make sense. (Harry/Draco)
Voldemort is dead. The war is over, but moving on can be harder than expected - especially if you're not sure to which side you belong anymore. Harry and Pansy don't have much in common, yet they find themselves in an uneasy alliance in their attempt to save what's left from everything that was dear to them. (Harry/Pansy, past Harry/Draco and Pansy/Draco)
The war is over, the survivors are moving on. The hero is finally allowed to go on leave â€“ and meets an old enemy, who is working in a Muggle profession in a city without magic. (Harry/Draco)
"He saw himself in you before he had ever seen you, and in marking you with that scar, he did not kill you, as he intended, but gave you powers, and a future." (OotP, ch. 37)
Few men manage to go bald with dignity. A Harry/Draco future ficlet.
After having failed to kill Dumbledore, Draco seems out of options. Set directly after HBP.
The last thing a happily married woman would expect is a stranger's seductive voice in her mind. Yet in the magical city of Prague, the past catches up with Pansy Malfoy and forces her to decide where her true loyalties lie.
"To be honest, Lucius, I was admiring the irony of you and me sitting here and celebrating together. Who would have thought we'd ever find ourselves in a position to show our faces in public again?"
The war is over, and those who made it through are moving on -- one way or the other. Poor Lucius Malfoy is in for a nasty surprise...
When McGonagall gave the dancing lesson to the Gryffindors in the GoF movie, what were Snape and the Slytherins doing at the same time?
When Harry said he would be home for Christmas, Draco might have got the wrong idea. A feel-good Christmas ficlet, short and somewhat on the fluffy side.
What did really happen between Draco and Moaning Myrtle in the bathroom? A "missing scene" from HBP.
Fifty years into the future, Harry and Draco are about to find out that 'growing old together' sounds a lot more romantic than it actually is.
Lucius Malfoy and Minerva McGonagall. A bunch of red roses and a love letter. Short and rather painful – at least for one of them...
Not everyone who isn't on your side is necessarily your enemy. A vignette written in honour of Draco Malfoy's 25th birthday.
No-one can be good at everything, but everyone is bound to be good at something. A vignette written in honour of Snape's birthday.
Pansy is a cat person; Draco isn't. Yet there's more to this specific cat than meets the eye. Or is there?
Desperate times call for desperate measures. Still, Harry might have more on his hands than he bargained for if it weren't for his Slytherin side...
Does reality create dreams, or is it the other way round? A Harry/Draco postwar vignette.
"…or yet in wise old Ravenclaw, if you've a ready mind, where those of wit and learning will always find their kind."