What would you do...hypothetically?
Parvati Patil had many secrets. She balanced them like spinning plates, always terrified that one might drop and shatter.
But in the midst of chaos, Parvati found serenity in the Forbidden Forest.
credit to beyond the rain @ tda
She almost flinched as Parvati reached out for her hand; something about the warmth touched Lavender in a way she hadn't felt in months.
3rd in Tealeaves and Jasmine Trilogy
Lavender Brown/Parvati Patil
Beautiful banner by azimuth @TDA // Second place in MissesWeasley123's Khaled Hosseini Quote Challenge
For some people, the darkness remains even though the war is over. In a world rebuilding itself, looking forward to the bright future, there are people left behind, suffering from their scars.
Lavender Brown is the first amongst them.
Prompt: Draco Malfoy meets with Scorpius’s teacher, who just happens to be a former Gryffindor classmate.
For maraudertimes, 800 words of heaven, and Unicorn_Charm's After Hogwarts Prompt Challenge Prompt
β'd by my lovely sister.
Perfect banner by quixotic @TDA
There's a murderer on the loose.
Nobody knows that it's me.
An innocent evening of fun with a Ouija board gets out of hand.
banner by a muffin @TDA
When Padma Patil receives a panicked note from her sister, she's worried enough to brave the dank, dismal halls of the Ministry to find her.
This had better be good.
Beautiful banner by angelic. @ TDA!
Two houses. Two girls. One ball. An unlikely friendship.
On the tenth anniversery of the D.A.'s founding, Hannah Abbott meets up with most of the other remaining D.A. members to celebrate, remember and mourn. Hannah gets to save the day, reconnect with old friends, and maybe even rekindle an old crush...
Entered in LooneyLizzie's Always Keep Fighting Challenge
Featured story in February 2017, thanks to AbraxanUnicorn! <3
See Story and Chapter notes for more in depth advisories and warnings
Festive banner by easterlies @ TDA!
Beautiful banner by cat! @ TDA
"Friends til the end, remember?"
2015 Diadem Finalist: Best LGBTQA+ || 2016 Diadem Finalist: Best LGBTQA+ Character - Parvati || 2017 F.R.O.G.S. Nominee: Best Minor Character- Parvati
This is not a fairy tale. It's about a girl who didn't have a fairy godmother to make her sane again.
This is what happened to Lavender after the war.