In the end, war heroes are, too, only humans.
Winner: Best Original Fiction Frog (2017) || HPFT Story of the Month (April 2017)
Elizabeth Clarke, Alice Murray, and Lucy Wilson all found themselves travelling on the grandest ship the world had ever seen: the RMS Titanic.
Elizabeth was travelling first class on her way back from her European honeymoon. Alice was being sent to care for her ailing grandmother in second class, escorted by her elder brother. Lucy was an Irish immigrant, heading to the United States with her family.
The three had no reason to meet until the unthinkable happened and the unsinkable ship hit an iceberg.
Banner by Stille Nacht @ TDA
When the management crew of Chrstine Newberry's workplace go on a corporate retreat to work on team building, she is agitated to learn that she must do all of her activities with Duncan Gallagher, the one person on the whole team she doesn't get along with.
And then they get stuck with the only room with one bed.
For dirigibleplums' classic fanfiction trope challenge.
"we have so much tension and due to unforeseen circumstances we just HAVE to share a bed"
Adulting really isn't all it's cracked up to be.
Just ask Dahlia Darzi.
(ft. cold coffees, copious curses of an impressive variety, persistent Potters, and the unfortunate habit of apparating away from uncomfortable situations.)
A bit of poetry ...
A bit of poetry ...
In retrospect, skipping two days of lunch together gave six other AP English nerds forty-eight hours to figure out exactly how they wanted to make Simon and Bram’s return as embarrassing as possible.
Finn Blishwick didn't know where his son's fear of trains came from.
Finn's own Nineteen Years Later
contains The Harder They Fall spoilers | part of the Hero-verse
It is a truth, universally acknowledged, that a young witch in possession of prodigious talent, must be in want of a rival.
See what happens when a Rose full of pride (and not a little prejudice) meets a Scorpius full of neither.
Like P&P the romance will eventually come, but Rose has to fall in hate with Scorpius long before she finds out how much he really means to her.
*sigh* because it is a thing now, I have to say that this was started before the Cursed Child came out, and as such is probably non-compliant with it. *even deeper sigh*
The year is 1976. Lily Evans and the Marauders are starting their sixth year and things are changing. Voldemort is gaining power both inside and outside of Hogwarts. It is time to choose sides in the upcoming war, which may mean cutting out old friends and forging new friendships.
Banner: aurore. @ TDA || 2015: Best OTP finalist
Kingsley Shacklebolt spends his first quiet Christmas with his wife.
This is an entry for IamRavenclaw's "A Very Christmassy Love Story Challenge."
War is no place for lovers or children, for late nights in the pub or early mornings in the sun. But for one group of friends, that matters not. This is a story about those with hearts brave enough to beat through battle, to withstand the lashings of fear. A story about those who refuse to surrender. Join them as they fight for light, even as darkness descends.
Sequel to Before They Fall
Eddie Thawne has a few follow-up questions.
Leah's comment really summed up what Bram was thinking.
The world just seemed a little brighter after you spent lunch kissing a cute boy.
Christmas is a time for family get-togethers, but when Alexandrina's son, daughter-in-law and granddaughter finally come together after the disasterous events of the previous summer, will the joy of the season prevail or will the family be driven further apart?
For Bellatrixlestrange123's Nightmare Before Christmas Challenge.
For The Euphoria and Heartbreak Challenge
When a teacher's secret is revealed, a campaign begins to have them removed from Hogwarts. But how much support does the campaign have within Hogwarts and what lengths are the campaigners willing to go to?
Thanks to SpoonyLupin for the banner.
This story is a sequel to, and contains spoilers for, The Writing on the Wall.