Occasional fan fiction author.
Children. Warriors. Heroes. Victims. Survivors.
Harry Potter and his friends struggle to move on with their lives after the Second Wizarding War.
"War does not determine who is right - only who is left." - Bertrand Russell
A collection of short stories set in the aftermath of the events of Harry Potter and the Conspiracy of Blood. If you haven't read that story, you might want to. The characters and situations in this one will make more sense.
That was the great thing about Branson, as far as Rick was concerned. Everything always went according to plan.
Even with the war over and Voldemort defeated, many wrongs remained to be set right. After nearly fifty years of paying for Tom Riddle's crimes, Hagrid is finally ready to clear his name. But there are still those who are not ready to hear the truth.
“They’ve lived like this for hundreds of years,” the witch replied. “When the Statute of Secrecy was adopted, most of us chose to hide in plain sight. They didn’t want to conform. They chose this life instead.”
"Anger is a great force. If you control it, it can be transmuted into a power which can move the whole world." -- William Shenstone
First installment of the Tales of the Death Hunters
Many years after the Battle of Hogwarts, follow Harry, Ron and Hermione as they lead four generations of the Potter and Weasley family in an action-packed battle for survival against a shadowy puppet master who threatens to destroy the world that they worked so hard to build.
It all started with a blinding flash of green. At least that’s the last thing I remember. Everything was bathed in green light and then I blinked and it was all gone. Now everything is white...
"For evil to flourish, it only requires good men to do nothing." - Simon Wiesenthal
James Sirius, you’re the luckiest kid in the world.
Written for Toujours Padfoot's Gift-It Challenge and dedicated to my wonderful beta reader sophie_hatter.
War is poison. For Dracy Malfoy, Astoria Greengrass is the antidote.
When it was done and they were all basking in the glow of their triumph, they would understand that muggles and magical folk weren’t so different. No matter your blood status, you still put a puzzle together one piece at a time.
"Well you’re not the only one who’s hurting, Remus. I’m hurting, too. And your furry alter-ego here? I think he’s hurting. The difference between you and him was that he was almost brave enough to give me a chance. Are you?"
Written for Toujour Padfoot's Gift-It Challenge and dedicated to Rosie (Remus) and her awesome story His Pack of Four.
You can try to be crazier than Sirius Black, but nine out of ten Healers do not recommend it. The tenth was just too old and deaf to understand the question.
The student of Slytherin House were born with everything: wealth, prestige and pure wizarding blood. Now it's Severus Snape's job to help them find the one thing they don't have: careers.
Written for ToujoursPadfoot’s Gift-It Challenge and dedicated to the incomparable Roots in Water!
I will succeed where my father failed.
I don't have any choice.
... to have been loved so deeply, even though the person who loved us is gone, will give us some protection forever." -- Harry Potter and the Sorceror's Stone, ch. 17
Peter Pettigrew finds himself in Severus Snape's house on Spinner's End. How he got there is a mystery. Whether he'll survive remains to be seen...
All thoughts of his bed were gone, replaced by a strong desire to increase the humiliation that was invariably going to befall Regulus and his idiot friend.