Sometimes, small events can cause ripples further afield. These are some of those ripples.
"I promise that you will always be wielded by a Gryffindor."
Lavinia trembles in the dim light, torn between the life she is trying to escape and the life that awaits her on the other side of the door.
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A story about a teenage inferius. Stranger things have happened.
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Barty Crouch Jr. was brilliant but twisted. By the time he was fifteen he already knew what he wanted and how to get it. This is a brief picture of four of his twelve O.W.L.s. This was a featured story at HPFF for Staff Challenge 6.
prequel to Valour, banner by me
Being alive is different.
So is living.
Deciding who to be and what to believe combines to create eight revolutionaries.
In the aftermath of the Second Quarter Quell, new victor Haymitch Abernathy returns to District 12. He and Daralyn Donner, twin sister to his deceased ally Maysilee, have a lot to say to each other.
For TreacleTart's Super Minor Character Challenge.
For CrimsonQuill's Strong Female Challenge
Kendra Dumbledore would do anything for her daughter.
Magical banner by bittersweetflames @TDA // Written for Jenna (Lululuna)
Jennet knows what the word 'witch' means.
if i were a girl, what would my name be?
Percy is desperate to reunite with his family, but he needs a little help.
Part of the Recovery series.
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A castle under seige, a dashing spy, a magical diadem, a destiny foretold, hearts won and broken.
This is the story of Helena Ravenclaw.
Based on the opera Aida by Guiseppe Verdi.
I race around trees and over branches, chasing my prey with a deadly hunger, ready to be unleashed amongst the lightning and the thunder. I’m a monster and that’s all I’ll ever be, I’m a monster who simply wishes to be free. I’m going to make you pay, for all you’ve made me suffer, all the times you’ve kept me away. There’s no coming back for you now, you’re mine, mine, mine.
Salvation comes in many forms.
For SlytherinChica08's Gift-It Challenge
Farrell Grimley had always liked kids.
For Ravenclaw333's Saint or Sinner Challenge
Wings arc from your body as you begin to soar, rising and curving towards the sun as it filters down towards you through the ink-blue sky.
Water fills your lungs in a steady drip, drip, drip, and you are drowning instead.
"Welcome to the afterlife, Regulus Black."
Prequel to Not Normal | Can be read alone
Written for Debra20's The Trope Challenge @HPFF | Banner by angelic. @tda
She knew the price of hate; and if she could perish twice, she knew that death by ice would certainly suffice.
Either way, she burned.
For Lululuna @HPFF
Written for ReeBee and randomhpffwriter's Gift-It Challenge @HPFF, and the Every Word Counts Challenge @HPFF | Banner by .brookeabee @tda
Three eras. Three people. Three stories.
One thing in common.
For all three prompts of the House Cup Challenge 2014 @HPFF, and the Every Word Counts Challenge @HPFF | Banner by milominderbinder @tda
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The story begins from the time when Lily and James on the run from Voldemort. Half of the story will be categorized as AU.
In the year 1313, a young wizard's efforts to record the history of his people ends in death. Seven hundred and sixteen years later, it is read for the first time.
Watching Lily's face become a rather fetching shade of I'm-going-to-kill-you-Potter red, James pondered why Sirius was always the reason he ended up in situations like these.
Companion piece to Withering by Unwritten Curse
Written for the Speed Dating Challenge @HPFF | Banner by satellite @tda
They were the four greatest witches and wizards of their time, with a shared vision. But their friendship couldn't overcome everything. This is their story.
When a strange creature delivers a strange letter to a boy in Single Level Complex 6, he and his best friend embark on a great adventure through time and space, meeting many strange people on the alien planet, Earth. With only the creature to guide them, the eleven year old Doctor searches for a wand to choose him.
Written for the Extraordinary Sci-Fi Crossover Challenge