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"Sirius, this isn't a game."
Caught between a family one one side and sympathies with the other, Cassiel Yaxley started her seventh year at Hogwarts attacked from both sides.
Haunted by dark marks and hunted by people she once called friends, the only person she could turn to was the last person she would ever ask, Sirius Black.
Joint winner of the POGs Best Original Character 2018
There are thirty-nine known members of the Order of the Phoenix. Only twelve of them are women.
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Emmeline Vance never thought she'd be a part of a secret society that focused on creating the downfall of Lord Voldemort. Though when Albus Dumbledore recruits her after tragedy strikes, it is no surprise to her.
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Life goes on
But so does death
Innocence and arrogance combine in a story about eight newly-graduated revolutionaries.
A year and something after her death, Severus writes Emmeline a letter.
For the Inter-House Friendship Challenge
Companion piece to Seven Years Later / In Between
Dedicated to Ysh, Bianca and Renee
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A story about a teenage inferius. Stranger things have happened.
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Being alive is difficult.
So is living.
Deciding who to be and what to believe combines to create eight revolutionaries.
“Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken.”
Ecclesiastes 4:12 [NIV]
Second Place in FireOpal’s Some Chicks Marry Chicks Challenge
In Seven Years Later they promised to meet up again, no matter what happened in between.
But what happened in between?
Follow Lily, Severus, Edgar and Emmeline through their seven years at Hogwarts, as they walk down the hard path of growing up and shape themselves into the adults they're destined to be.
Dedicated to my wonderful beta/betee Ysh (FlamingQuilltips).
It is the year 1971. Two boys and two girls share a compartment on the Hogwarts' Express, heading to the school for the first time.
It is the year 1978. The world is a darker place, now. Life is harder. But some things are not meant to change, or are they?
To live in a time of war is to accept – however unwillingly – that you will know loss.
Elphias Doge writes a series of letters to the friends he has left behind.
'Women must fight,' she tells her. 'Nobody is going to do it for us.'
Emmeline Vance will fight to the very end.