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We, Lawbreaking Citizens New! by Rumpelstiltskin

Rated: Mature Audiences • 3 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
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BEAUTIFUL banner by beyond the rain @TDA and @HPFT

The War revealed many truths about humankind...the most important of those truths is that all humans are innately inclined to violence and chaos. We are hosts to an entire horde of plaguing ailments like jealousy and greed and we lack the physical and emotional capabilities to cope with such diseases. That is how the War started. That is how the world ended. That is why there is a grand nothingness on the Outside, beyond the walls of the Sovereignty.

 

My name is Cyril Bernard and I play a highly important role in maintaining the peace and overall wellbeing of our wonderfully prospering society (despite what that Mark Van said because what does that peacebreaker know anyway).

 

Written for scooterbug8515's Anything But Harry Challenge and just.a.willow.tree's Love, _____. Challenge

 


Suffocating New! by MadiMalfoy

Rated: Mature Audiences • 0 Reviews
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AFter Peeves locks Draco and Hermione into a broom closet as a prank, there are no declarations of hidden love. Instead, their words exchanged in anger may be their very last. 


On The Brink by dirtydeedsdonedirtcheap

Rated: Mature Audiences • 4 Reviews
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The holidays are stressful enough.

Add in overbearing parents, a nosy brother and a fake fiance.

Albus Potter probably won't survive to the New Year. 

 

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Brightview by clairevergreen

Rated: Teen Audiences • 2 Reviews starstarstarstarhalf-star
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Bridget Carlisle wants nothing more than to put the events of the past few months behind her. Between being kicked out by her overly-devoted religious parents and forced to transfer schools in the middle of her junior year, she's had enough drama to last her a lifetime. 


Or so she thought.


Welcome to Brightview College, where the churches are plentiful and sweet girls with pretty eyes crash into you at the worst moments. Enjoy your stay.


Forbidden Wanderings by Nix

Rated: Teen Audiences • 0 Reviews
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Lovely bannerby playcrackthesky @ TDA!

 

Draco makes a new friend in the Forbidden Forest.

 


Chicks Before Broomsticks by banshee

Rated: Mature Audiences • 22 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
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Reserve Beater for the Tutshill Tornados. It sounded like a great career, but for Hollie Finnigan, it was a lot of bench warming and a chance for all of the people she ever told to ask, "Oh, so you know Roxanne Weasley? Can you get me her autograph?"

Hollie knew Roxanne all right. She was in love with her.

A story about love and lies, fame, and a little Quidditch.


I Can't by WindingArrow

Rated: Teen Audiences • 0 Reviews
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Part One of the Lily Collection


After two years of silence between friends, all Severus wants is a chance to tell Lily how he feels.

For Rumpelstiltskin's Companion Piece Challenge
Beta'd by dreamgazer220


Counselling with Callaghan by Margaret, Leo

Rated: Mature Audiences • 0 Reviews
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A series of one-shots in which Neil Callaghan counsels various characters from our individual stories. These stories will generally be AU from the stories they relate to and the tone of them may vary, with some probably being more serious than others.


North Star by Jayna

Rated: Mature Audiences • 1 Reviews
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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


The Half-Blood Apprentice by Pixileanin

Rated: Teen Audiences • 3 Reviews starstarstarstarhalf-star
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If Severus successfully completed his apprenticeship, he'd get the opportunity to earn a title for himself. A Master. Prequel to 'Until We Close Our Eyes For Good'.


Good-bye, Ron by StarFeather

Rated: All Audiences • 5 Reviews
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Go, go. Walk away from me. Don’t look back. Smiling, I wave my hand in the air.

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A Boy Called Blunder by magpie

Rated: Teen Audiences • 3 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
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Edmund “Blunder” Blundell has a crush on James Potter...and James Potter?

 

Rejected Twin, Quidditch Towel Boy, and quite possibly the Worst Potions Student Ever, Edmund escapes the daily humilities of his life through his sketchbook. But when a drawing of James Sirius Potter (who is Most Definitely Not His Crush) falls into a potion and conjures a clone of him, things get twice more complicated.

 

for clevernotbrilliant’s love triangle challenge


Respect. Power. Life. by melian

Rated: Teen Audiences • 4 Reviews starstarstarstarhalf-star
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Peter Pettigrew thinks he's satisfied with his life. Until an unexpected meeting shows him otherwise.

 

Written for Felpata Lupin's Pettigrew Awareness Challenge


in the dawn, we shall enter the splendid cities. by Aphoride

Rated: Mature Audiences • 2 Reviews starstarstarstarstar Feature
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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. 


Roses in Ash by Aphoride

Rated: Mature Audiences • 3 Reviews starstarstarstarhalf-star
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Fifty years after the fall of Grindelwald, old scars and wounds linger, as do the ideologies which caused them - some plan to use them to their own ends, no matter the collateral damage.

 

Six years later, the Second War against Voldemort has been over for a year, the wounds scabbing over, and Hermione Granger is determined to force change.

 

Viktor Krum is struggling to remember quite what hope is; that change does come, if slowly. There is poison in the past, but healing is possible.


Julian by Aphoride

Rated: Mature Audiences • 4 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
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March 16th, 1980: Remus Lupin is waiting for the full moon, alone in the mountains of the Lake District.

 

 

(He's not dreaming of Sirius, or of martyrdom, and the anger's just the wolf clawing at him, impatient to be out.)    


A Guy Like Your Brother by ImaRavenclaw

Rated: Mature Audiences • 2 Reviews starstarstarstarhalf-star
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Rule Number 143 of SS

 

 Don’t tell your boy/girlfriend that you like their brother.

This will cause them to flip out.

And when the school explodes, it’s only a matter of time until we figure out who ratted themselves out.

 

A story about secret societies, unrequited romances, scalding hot tea, and the too often done human tendency of settling for second best.

 

 


Ambiguous Loss by esmeraude

Rated: Teen Audiences • 5 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
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There has been a death, but there is no body.

 

A collection of unsent letters, addressed to Sirius Black,

and dedicated to a certain prokaryote.

 


Hogmanay by StarFeather

Rated: Teen Audiences • 1 Reviews
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Harry and his best friends visited McCormack's cottage at New Year's Eve.


Pride by banshee

Rated: Mature Audiences • 1 Reviews
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“I like your rainbows,” Bram told him.


Simon looked down. “I like yours.”


Both Alike by FireOpal

Rated: All Audiences • 1 Reviews starstarstarstar
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Mr Bennet had long ago acknowledged – at the very least to himself – that he was what his stablemaster would call an 'odd duck.'

 


 

Written for the 2015 Autistic Exchange at AO3


The Watchmaker by nott theodore

Rated: Mature Audiences • 1 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
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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.


Secret Keeper by poppunkpadfoot

Rated: Teen Audiences • 10 Reviews starstarstarstarstar Past Featured Story
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Sirius Black was a womanizer.

 

Well, that was one way to put it, anyway. There were others, but they weren't so polite. The point was, Sirius had been with a lot of girls. Peter wasn't really keeping track - really, he wasn't, it wasn't like he was keeping a list or something - but he knew that it was an impressive number. A number that put the rest of the Marauders to shame.

 

Winner of Best Family/Friendship - FROGS 2018.


We, The Famously Forgettable by pointlessproclamations

Rated: Mature Audiences • 5 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
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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.