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08 January 2009 @ 08:00 pm
Harry Potter Fanfiction  
Disclaimers: These are transformative works of fiction from which I make no profit. Harry Potter is the property of JK Rowling, Warner Brothers, and maybe others, but certainly not me. Reading and writing about things that are illegally or morally wrong does not mean that I condone, approve of, promote, and so on, these things. This is fiction and they are fictional wrongs.

Stories are listed in reverse chronological order by when they were written. Early writing is early writing; you have been warned ;)

A note on canon: All stories are written with the canon of all seven books in mind, unless otherwise stated. Some stories ignore the epilogue from Deathly Hallows or alter some facts, such as character death/s, but for the purpose of avoiding spoilers this is not mentioned unless the story is considerably AU (alternate universe). So-called 'canon' from the interviews, films, Red Nose Day books, The Tales of Beedle the Bard et al are sometimes taken into account and sometimes not.

listen to the stories playing in your head (PG13, 2,550 words)
Summary: Unwinding is a Muggle practise. Until Death Eaters effectively take over the Ministry of Magic and start sending children who are Muggle-Borns, Halfbloods, and Muggle sympathisers to Muggle harvesting clinics. The idea, the Ministry states, is to return that which belongs to the Muggle world to the Muggle world.
Author Note: Written for luvscharlie

In Your Ministry, Putting Things To Rights (PG, 697 words)
Summary: for the prompt the twins go to work for the Ministry like their mother wanted, but then that makes Molly worried...

It Never Ends Well (PG13, 613 words)
Summary: for the prompt twenty-year-old Harry wakes up in his Hogwarts dorm the day before Sirius dies.

The Special Ones (PG, 1,032 words)
Summary: for the 'everybody switch' prompt Hermione Granger is the Girl Who Lived and Harry Potter is the brainiac.

Give Yourself (PG, 56 words)
Summary: for the prompt given all of the death they’ve had to dole out over the years, when they decide to have kids, adoption just makes sense. (Harry/Ginny)

Funding Where You Can Get It (PG, 253 words)
Summary: written for the prompt the twins are on the other side – everybody run for your lives

From The Time Of Heroes (PG, 948 words)
Summary: A long time later a boy takes a girl to Diagon Alley on a date.

Would Have Waited For The Leaving (NC-17, 647 words)
Summary: Pink suits her and he likes watching that colour stain her skin. (Tonks/Charlie/Bill)

The Tealeaves Say It's Time To Stop Making Do (PG13, 4,306 words)
Summary:"You think someone in his family thought I was seeing someone else? And told him?"/ "You tell me." Seamus wriggles his eyebrows suggestively. "Anyone have an opportunity to find out?" (Seamus, Lavender, and a lot of Weasleys)

After The Rain (R, 6,036 words)
Summary: Hermione doesn't like the way it always rains so much in Spring, but she loves how the world smells afterwards. (Hermione/Seamus)
Author Note: Written for inell as part of hp_spring_fling, originally posted here.

Advisory (R, 8,978 words)
Summary: When the portraits of previous Headmasters and Headmistresses of Hogwarts offer Neville advice he learns that having a relationship and running the school don’t mix. After all, Phineas Nigellus Black was married with five children whilst Albus Dumbledore was widely regarded as the best Headmaster Hogwarts ever had. (Neville/Ginny, Albus/Elphias)
Author Note: Written for hollycomb as part of hp_spring_fling originally posted here.

Righteous Thinking (PG13, 741 words)
Summary: Fred contemplates pepper spray and wonders about Hermione.
Author Note: Originally posted on fwhg_ldws for the seventh challenge of round two.

Overheard (PG13, 745 words
Summary: Hermione is good at telling Fred to shut up, amongst other things.
Author Note: Originally posted on fwhg_ldws for the sixth challenge of round two.

Good Times (PG13, 748 words
Summary: A party at the Leaky Cauldron carries on at 93 Diagon Alley.
Author Note: Originally posted on fwhg_ldws for the fourth challenge of round two.

End of the World (PG, 736 words)
Summary: It's an emergency, a disaster, and the end of the world according to Fred.
Author Note: Originally posted on fwhg_ldws for the third challenge of round two.

(At Least) Seven (PG, 100 words)
Summary: Hermione is pregnant again and Fred is tempted to ask her something.
Author Note: Originally posted on fwhg_ldws for the second challenge of round two.

Pain-Easing (PG, 749 words)
Summary: Hermione stands in the Great Hall staring at the broken ceiling.
Author Note: Originally posted on fwhg_ldws for the first challenge of round two.

April Fools (PG, 315 words)
Summary: On their eighth birthday Fred becomes George and George becomes Fred.

Temptation (G, 146 words)
Summary: the prompt 'tempt not a desperate man' from Romeo and Juliet. Little Ron, the twins, and biscuits.

Superior Stock (PG13, 383 words)
Summary: A letter from the MLE arrives for the Weasley twins whilst they're having breakfast.

Always Read The Label (PG13, 839 words)
Summary: Ron and Hermione with a chocolate orange, sometime after their first Christmas as a married couple.

Other Than Ordinary (PG13, 1,000 words or x10 drabbles)
Summary: After his second year he is never entirely sane: Xenophilius Lovegood's life in ten drabbles.

Fashion Statement (PG, 1,988 words)
Summary: Lily won't wear one and neither will Remus, but little Bill wants one and McGonagall might go for one in tartan.
Author Note: Set in late 1977; assumes the marauders and Lily joined the Order shortly after leaving Hogwarts.

In The Shed with a Shooting Star (R, 7,438 words)
Summary: Maybe Charlie denies his attraction for underage boys rather than the fact that he likes blokes, but his friends and family don't mind hitting him over the head with a blunt object (metaphorically, of course) until he realises the obvious. (Charlie/Harry)
Author Note: Originally postedhere as a gift for kath_ballantyne as part of Weasley Fest 2008; with thanks to C, for the chats, and star54kar for organising the fest.

The Backs Of Their Heads (PG13, 5,588 words)
Summary: Dean and Luna get caught in a storm whilst staying at Shell Cottage, but this is a strange storm for April and the inn where they take shelter is a place where stories are told.
Author Note: This is a crossover, but the two main characters, including the narrator, are from Harry Potter.

Andromeda Black, 25th April (PG, 1,310 words)
Summary: Andromeda Black, four birthdays and one small candle. (Andromeda/Ted)

Rita Skeeter, 3rd March (PG13, 100 words)
Summary: This is how Rita celebrates her birthday.

Margarita: Un Cuento (PG13, 3,684 words)
Summary: Margarita has always loved writing stories, but as she grows up what stories mean to her and what her name means to her changes. (Rita Skeeter)

Feet in the Sky (any age, 109 words)
Summary: A ficlet about little Ron.

Fighting To Explain From In-Between (PG13, 1,766 words)
Summary: Dennis wishes he was more like Colin, then maybe he wouldn't be in this in-between place.
Author Note: This is in fact a mild crossover with the film 'Dogma', but the only knowledge really required is provided in a quote from the film at the start of the story.

The Firsts (PG13, 3,220 words)
Summary: Charlie Weasley experiences a lot of 'firsts' as he becomes a dragon keeper.

The Lot of Them (PG, 557 words)
Summary: The Hogwarts Professors watch the Weasley twins as they're Sorted.

Let Them Eat Cake (PG, 2,090 words)
Summary: Ginny Weasley is not a fan of Valentines Day, but Luna cheers her up.

Getting Rid Of Leftovers From An Early Experiment (any age, 309 words)
Summary: There are feathers.

Absence Of Light (PG13, 455 words)
Summary: To keep the light Draco has to go into the dark.

Finding Fantastic Beasts (PG, 2,060 words)
Summary: Luna Lovegood meets Rolf Scamander in a bar in Mauritius and he tells her that she's narrow-minded. (Luna/Rolf)
Author Note: With thanks to raisinous-fiend for beta reading. This is technically a sequel to Keeping Childhood's Creatures, but both can be read independently.

Keeping Childhood's Creatures (PG, 2,570 words)
Summary: There are three of them, and Mum always understands, and then there are two. (Luna Lovegood)
Author Note: With thanks to raisinous-fiend for beta reading.

Transfigurations (PG, 11,900 words)
Summary: Hogwarts reopens in September as usual, but it hasn't yet been fully repaired following the battle in May. The lower levels are flooded, so the Ministry helpfully arranges alternative accommodations for Slytherin students. As the 'temporary' solution starts to become a more permanent one the Slytherins and their new Head of House try fighting back. (Pansy Parkinson)
Author Note: Originally written as a response to the omniocularNovember Challenge 95: The Ministry tries to eliminate evil by sending all Slytherins to Azkaban for life immediately after Sorting. With many thanks to LilyAyl for beta reading.

Publishable News (PG13, 1,320 words)
Summary: The war is over and the press descend, including Rita Skeeter. Everyone wants to talk to the Boy Who Lived, but Hermione lays down the law of only one question per reporter.

On the Importance of Being Nice (PG, 1,235 words)
Summary: Twenty things you didn't know about Luna Lovegood.
Author Note: Written 20/06/07, so before Deathly Hallows was released, although was not greatly damaged by the new canon.

ReSorting (PG, 5,172 words)
Summary: Sorting is an inexact magic. Four students brave the Hat for a second time (including Tonks after a fashion).
Author Note: Written 31/05/07, so before Deathly Hallows was released, but not damaged by the new canon.

The List (PG13, 1,347 words)
Summary: There are three secrets in the Slytherin Common Room: the rug, the footstool and the List.
Author Note: Written 29/05/07, so before Deathly Hallows was released, and destroyed by the new canon (but the idea still works).