A few days before Harry, Ron and Hermione are due to leave for their seventh year at Hogwarts, the Grangers are staying at Diagon Alley. However, before Ron and Harry arrive, something happens to Hermione that leaves her shaken and traumatised, but determined to get through what happened. ``Unfortunately, there is a world of difference between the thought and the action.``R-rated for sexual abuse/non-consensual sex (only in chapter one, though, if that helps...and I apologise for it as well - there is a reason for it.)
Set post-book seven. Voldemort is long gone and the dust is settling. So when the Weasleys are informed that a missing family member has been located, there is a great deal of excitement and nervousness as contact is made with said absentee from the family. However, when it transpires that the missing Weasley has connections with a certain Vampire Slayer, it goes without saying that Hogwarts will never be the same again!
HBP SPOILERS - The morning after his flight from Hogwarts, Draco Malfoy finds himself having to deal with the aftershock of recent events. This is a companion piece from Family Pride.
The day after his Defence Against the Dark Arts exam and the rather... humiliating incidents thereafter, Severus Snape seeks out Lily Evans in the library.
Half-Blood Prince Spoilers. Narcissa Malfoy finds herself deeply concerned for her son when he returns abruptly from Hogwarts.
Potter/Discworld crossover - Returned to the Land of the Living, a small clan of Nac Mac Feegles find themselves thrown headlong into a world they never expected, without Gonnagle or Kelda. Whhat's going on? Where did all the bigjobs spring from? And what about the man in a tin suit in the pitcher?
Two years post the wizarding world apocalypse, Severus Snape is still working for his redemption for crimes committed as Death Eater, even though Dumbledore is long gone. When word comes in from the muggle-world that there is someone who he may be able to save and in doing so - may be able to save himself - he takes the chance and finds himself lead to a girl drowning as deeply in the darkness as he is.
This is a series of 1500 word vignettes about random odd pairings in the Harry Potter world (and some of these are seriously bizarre) that I have seen mentioned on FictionAlley Park at various times in the last month. Some are slash. Some are het. The challenge is for you - the reader - to guess the couples, before finishing the story.
Lord of the Rings/Harry Potter: The world is changed. Much that once was has been forgotten through the passage of time, some things good, some bad. Not, however, forgotten by all. In the growing darkness, a weapon from time immemorial is rediscovered, and only those from the distant past can provide the aid needed in destroying the weapon before the world is swallowed by shadow.
Shortly before the events of 'The Chamber of Secrets' start up, Lucius Malfoy starts keeping a diary. In the style of Bridget Jones. Be afraid. Be very afraid. And don't try eating or drinking while reading. Its not recommended (for your own safety). It's rather... silly.
This is a sequel to my other Schnoogle-based fic Heir of Voldemort, where we finished by seeing Xander Harris, Heir of Voldemort, returning to Sunnydale (a year post-book 7 of HP for timelines but in MY world - see HoV). He is no longer the same boy he was. For one thing, he now knows who his father was and must learn who he really is. And he gets help from the most unexpected of people. ``I would seriously recommend reading Heir of Voldemort before reading this, though, simply because so much happened in that story and if you don't know, this one will make no sense whatsoever - just a suggestion though :))
When Minerva McGonagall was still young, long before the legendary Voldemort or even Harry Potter were even considered important, in the wake of the Second World War and the defeat of the Dark Wizard Grindelwald, one mistaken judgement on her part leads to a lifetime of repercussions.
A life saved after a moment of carelessness. A debt incurred because of the same. Two families with a grudge against one another. A fee that is impossible to pay. The battle of wills between Draco Malfoy and Ron Weasley has only just begun.
What is it that causes Bartemius Crouch Senior to break his own laws by helping his son to break free from Azkaban? What could affect him so greatly that he disregards the rules by which he has so adamantly lived? And who is the person who led him to do it all?
What if Lily Potter had never died that night in Godric's Hollow? What if Voldemort did get past her to little Harry? What if the world was turned on its head by this? What if I could actually switch off my imagination and stop coming up with such weird storylines?
Draco Malfoy and Harry Potter are forced to see each other in a different light, in the wake of a rather disasterous interhouse Quidditch Match. Of course, both of them have received a blow to the head at time, but that's completely irrelevant.````According to the lecture he had received from Professor Dumbledore, as well as the whining nasal rant of Professor McGonagall beyond the curtains, it had been the most violent Quidditch game ever seen at Hogwarts.`` Of course, that it had centered around the two Seekers, who had appeared more than willing to kill one another, was just coincidence.
Neville learns just who was behind the mask of 'Mad-Eye' Moody, during his fourth year, and considers what it means to him, reflecting on what happened to his parents and him during his childhood. A counterpoint story to the Crouch Jr. perspective fic - The Scars Of Trust.
Having done Viktor and Cedric's perspectives of the other Tri-Wizard Tournament champions in previous fics, this is Fleur's perspective of Krum and Diggory.
An illegal connection to the Other Realm Transport Closet Network ditches sixteen-year-old (and newly-revealed-to-be-a-witch-and-not-yet-anywhere-near-in-control-of-her-powers) Sabrina Spellman at Hogwarts. The meeting of two very different magical worlds doesn't go as smoothly as one might expect. For one, Snape is turned into a pineapple.
Witnessing Neville Longbottom's distress when he teaches the Gryffindor 4th years the Unforgivable Curses, "Mad-Eye Moody" takes the boy aside to talk to him. Behind the mask of the Defence Against the Dark Arts Professor, the man who destroyed Neville's family takes the chance to see what has become of the boy and the invisible scars he bears.
Shortly after the infamous night in Godric's Hollow, Peter Pettigrew reflects on what made him commit the grievous sins that have damned him. The beast is hard to ignore when it’s standing right in front of you, but a rat is a different matter entirely. A rat can always slip into your midst, without being noticed, when you’re not paying attention.
Cedric Diggory's reaction when his name is picked from the Goblet of Fire.
Lucius Malfoy has a run in with a rather... odd creature in Knockturn Alley. The poor, shexshay, blond bombshell of lustable, lickab...er...I mean, the poor evil fiend. Yes. Evil fiend. That's what he is. "Okay. That would be a big yes... so... are you ready to fall madly in love with me? I mean, it’s in the rules. You meet a self-insertion and you fall in love with them and they change their name to Mary-Sue. Everyone knows that!"
Viktor Krum observes his fellow Tri-Wizard Tournament Competitors just after they have been picked from the Goblet of Fire.
Viktor Krum, famous Quidditch Player, Tri-Wizard tournament competitor, young, free and...absolutely terrifed of approaching a certain girl for a date. This is the missing scene in the library :)
Lucius Malfoy is a clumsy git. A pregnancy potion made by Snape for Malfoy's wife ends up spilt on our seventeen year old hero. Harry Potter ends up knocked up. He's really not best pleased. After all, how is he meant to save the world if he has to go on maternity leave?
A new MiB agent? With a snake-cane? And long hair? And a British accent? What devilry is this? Agent J has a sneaking suspicion about the fellow. Could he be bad? Can we say "DUH???"
When Buffy Summers, the Vampire Slayer, goes online in search of a job, little does she expect to get chatting to a certain black-haired, green-eyed, lightening-shape-scarred young wizard, whom we all know and love. What will happen? Where did he get the computer? Will they meet? What will they do? Will they tell all about their dark pasts?
Someone 'up there' (think Heavenwards) decides to give Hogwarts a look-in and wackiness ensues. Harry and Ron are trying to deal with being in fifth year as best they can, when their quiet start to the year is disrupted in a very... fiery way and things look to get everso slightly barking as the story continues.
Shortly prior to his fall, Voldemort decides it is wise to have a back-up plan lest something (Ha! As if, thinks he) happen to him. So, he decides on getting an Heir. He picks a witch - who isn't happy about it - and announces she's going to carry his squirt. This is where things go downhill - Voldemort goes to the Potters and doesn't return, so what happens to the witch...?
This is the Harry equivalent of the Draco story I did (Boy), which looks at a brief moment in the life of six-year-old Harry, in the care of those wonderful Dursleys.
After reading one too many interviews with Jason Isaacs (Lucius Malfoy in COS) and him talking about his thoughts on why Draco is such "a repulsive little git", I was inspired to have a look at Draco's home life/childhood, which led to this little fic, set when Draco is six-years-old. There is a good deal of nastiness at the end of this, especially if you like small and cute kiddies (and even if you don't) Poor Draco... I really do appreciate being mean to people far too much in fiction.
This is a kind-of-prequel to The Eighth Weasley. I got to wondering about what Rupert Giles, Ethan Rayne and Arthur Weasley were like at school because I see them as being kind of comparable to the famous Gryffindor trio. This is where it all starts...