2017 HPFT Golden Chalice Award: Most Versatile Author
2017 HPFF Dobby Award: Best Reviewer
2018 FROGS Award: Best Reviewer
aka: marauderfan on HPFF. Banners are made by me unless otherwise noted. On indefinite hiatus from writing
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Well, I've sort of erased Voldemort from history and trapped myself in a parallel universe, and things are pretty different now. For example, I don't actually exist. Brilliant.
2017 Golden Chalice Award for Most Addicting Story || 2016 Keckers Award for Most Original || 2015 Keckers Runner-up for Best Drama
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The Order of the Phoenix were not the only rebels working to undermine You-Know-Who and the Death Eaters. Some people preferred to operate even further behind the scenes, away from the fighting. This is the story of a group of former Slytherins who assisted in their own way, unnoticed except by those who needed help the most.
Sequel to 'The Brave at Heart' (but can stand alone)
Tomorrow, you will see the world.
2018 FROGS Award: Best Original Fiction
Korra and Asami take a vacation to the spirit world together.
A birthday gift for Meg (MegGonagall) <3
Fifteen years pass, and Olive Hornby is not the same.
2017 Golden Chalice Award: Best One-Shot
2016 Keckers Runner-up: Most Original
Second Place in HPFF's 15th Birthday Writer’s Duel
Mary Su, Ravenclaw Prefect, decides that she must outsmart the Weasley twins after an embarrassing failure. Also, there are Velociraptors.
For PepperFinn’s Worst Story EVER Challenge on HPFF
I didn't know which side I was on. Perhaps my own side: that of loneliness and secrecy.
(Or: the story of Regulus Black's journey from confused teenage Death Eater to self-sacrificing hero.)
2017 Golden Chalice Runner-up for Best Friendship || HPFF Hufflepuff Featured Story September 2014 || 2nd in kenpo's Friendship Challenge on HPFF
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.
Bellatrix Lestrange did nothing half-heartedly; not asserting her power, not serving her Dark Lord, and certainly not falling in love.
2015 Keckers Runner-up for Best Wielding of a Major Canon Character || For milominderbinder's Reset the Default Challenge at hpff
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No-one saw Zacharias Smith as anything but a coward when he deserted Hogwarts during the battle, but he did have reasons, and they weren't entirely selfish.
First place in LadyL8’s Write Together Challenge (Companion piece to 'The Way Out of the Maze' by Felpata Lupin)
True love overcomes all obstacles, even a malfunctioning toaster, pointy heels, and a vulgar parrot.
Second place in toomanycurls' Princess Bride Quote Challenge on HPFF
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and so the wheel turns
second place in patronus_charm's second person pov challenge on hpff || written for the every word counts challenge
Reg Cattermole, scared and lost, sets out to find a light in the dark of war.
2014 Dobby Finalist: Best Minor Character
2015 Keckers Runner-up: Best One-Shot
Runner-up in Lululuna's Unexpected Voice Challenge
Ginny reflects on Valentine's Day alone.
Barty Crouch Jr: fearsome Death Eater, Auror impersonator, and aspiring chef.
The story of why it took Barty an entire book to get around to killing Harry Potter.
We're all pretty bizarre. Some of us are just better at hiding it, that's all.
First place in MC_HK's Luna Lovegood Originality Challenge
That fool You-Know-Who. He caused such a fuss at the Ministry, so it was really his fault Miriam Zhou found herself as a stowaway on a ship bound for Africa in order to meet a time-travelling shaman.
Originally written for the HPFF House Cup 2013: Hufflepuff. (Prompt: Travel)
“When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace” – Jimi Hendrix
Peter struggles with a life-changing decision.
[2014 Keckers Runner-up for Best Villain]
Winner of 2014 Golden Snitch Award for Best Humour || 2014 Keckers Award: Best Quote || 2015 Keckers Award: Best Humour
The world as seen through the eyes of seventeen-year-old Gilderoy Lockhart.
This is the story of how I became marvellous.
That's a joke. I was always marvellous.