Voldemort has returned and Severus Snape has survived his first meeting with him; however, his position is insecure and his loyalties questioned by his master. Desperate to convince the Dark Lord of his obedience, Snape launches a plan to appease him. It should take years to develop giving Dumbledore and Potter the time they need to fulfill the prophecy. However, when Voldemort changes the plan, Severus realizes that he has inadvertently brought a muggle to the attention of the Death Eaters. Now he is trying to save her from evil all while convincing her that he is actually part of it.
Anthony Goldstein, Ministry Prosecutor, has to prosecute a case involving neo-Death Eaters and the Imperius Curse ten years after the war ends. There's something more to it, though, and he can't get the Auror division to investigate -- so he's going to have to take it into his own hands.
a story about Jewish law, Wizarding law and moral law.
You wouldn't find it in the Talmud, per se, let alone the Torah, but Wizarding Jewry doesn't obliviate people, and Hermione has broken the law.
East Finchley Synagogue was just like the eight other synagogues in the area, except for one thing: everyone was from the Wizarding community.
It is ironic that in a country founded by religious refugees, shows of one religion can make you a target.
1st in Heliotrope's Flash Fiction Contest
Anthony has always loved celebrating Hanukkah with his family. This year, with war darkening the world around him, he finds new meaning in the festival of lights.
award by abhosen
"Dad, I-" He stopped. His voice sounded groggy and foreign to his own ears. If he couldn't even say gay aloud to himself, he had no idea how he was going to tell his dad.
Advent is a time for hoping, for waiting, for believing; a time when gods descend to the earth, and the celestial is made temporal.
A shame then, that Grantaire believed in nothing but Enjolras.
Or, Grantaire lit four red candles, one each Sunday of Advent; each time, he was visited by a god: a god who performed miracles.
For the Holiday and Diversity Challenge.
perfect banner is by adrift @TDA
Laila (n): Arabic word for 'night'.
And this was a night unlike any other. Laila eclipsed all else, and that changed everything.
'Written for the Holiday and Diversity Writing Challenge'
It had sounded like a good idea at the time.
Neville/Hannah | 3.5 in the Chai Series
Slytherin Winner of & 3rd Place in the Holiday and Diversity Writing Challenge | HPFT Featured Story February 2018 | Banner by beyond the rain
Leah stared at her phone screen, at the very first post on her Tumblr dash. Specifically, at her best friend's name. Her heart felt like it was in her throat.
A Farcical, Turbulent Wallowing about a Facetious Faction of Separatists. An iconoclastic conglomerate of nonconformists. A story of social relations as written by an unsocial introvert. . . this should go spiffingly.
Magical banner by bittersweetflames @TDA // Written for Jenna (Lululuna)
Jennet knows what the word 'witch' means.
Banner by ailhsa @ tda
In the summer between fifth and sixth year, and in the aftermath of a prank gone horribly wrong, Sirius Black sets out to mend the damage he's caused to his friendships. In the process, he begins to mend himself, too.
For jessicalorewrites' Diversity Challenge. Winner of Best Diversity in the 2016 Golden Paws. Runner up for Best Major Character in the 2017 F.R.O.G.S.
Note: due to the scope of the changes to this story, I would really appreciate if people avoided directly transferring reviews from other sites :)
Men were never meant to be gods.
Before the Peverell brothers were immortal, they were dead. Before they were dead, they were dying, bit by bit by bit.
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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.
Lovely banner by amoretti @ TDA!
Written for jessicalorewrites' Diversity Challenge
A story about turning thirteen and the magic world in Mexico.
Salvation comes in many forms.
For SlytherinChica08's Gift-It Challenge
I believe magic is the work of the devil.
Banner alysse @ TDA
For the 'I'm a Believer' challenge on HPFF.
In the middle of the journey of our life I came to myself within a dark wood where the straight way was lost.
- Dante Alighieri
nancy drew. @ TDA.
Can you keep a secret, Minister?