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Icarus by Stella Blue

Rated: Mature Audiences • 114 Reviews starstarstarstarstar Feature
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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.

2018 Golden Chalice Award: Most Inclusive
2017 Golden Chalice Award: Most Addicting Story
2016 Keckers Award: Most Original
2015 Keckers Runner-up: Best Drama


Starfall by Slide

Rated: Mature Audiences • 1 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
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The world is changing. Governments collapse. Dark magic rises. An old enemy returns with new allies and motives as shrouded as ever.

How far would you go for justice?

How far would you fall for vengeance?

The sequel to Ignite and the second in the Stygian Trilogy.

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Hit Like a Girl by ShadowRose

Rated: Mature Audiences • 4 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
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Luckily for Dom Weasley and Hassan Rajhi, first impressions aren't everything.

 

{a three-shot companion piece to Complex}


I'm not a hero by javu

Rated: Mature Audiences • 40 Reviews starstarstarstarhalf-star
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Banner by PixelWayve

 

All this nonsense about me being a hero is crap. Just because I’ve been through hell and back doesn’t make me a hero.

I’m not a hero; I’m a survivor.  


Chapter 6 is up as of 10.27.2018!

Note: This story contains scenes of violence and torture, some of which is similar to events in our world. I will put in an Author's Note at the start of each chapter that contains this sensitive material. 


Dum Vivimus Vivamus by sunshine_locks

Rated: Mature Audiences • 7 Reviews starstarstarstarhalf-star
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Reflections never change, but people do. 

 

For Unwritten Curse's Cultural Diversity challenge, and dirigibleplums' Musical Muse challenge. 


Hey, Rajwa by dirigibleplums

Rated: Mature Audiences • 4 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
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they say that people are made of light and stardust, but you? you are a blackhole.


 


the story of a girl who almost gave up


Endnotes by sapphicsunrise

Rated: Mature Audiences • 1 Reviews
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the war may have ended decades ago, but the ideology never died.


 


the story of an endnote in the history of the Second Wizarding War.


 


final instalment of the Fred Weasley Memorial Scholarship 'verse 


Set Fire to Our Homes by frombluetored

Rated: Mature Audiences • 0 Reviews
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As Albus and Scorpius begin their life together, Albus discovers that married life is every bit as wonderful and difficult as he always anticipated it would be. Life is better now that they're free from the looming threat of a Dark Arts resurgence, but Albus quickly realizes that there are plenty of other threats, too, like aggravating bosses and unexpected bouts of baby fever. Meanwhile, officials within the Ministry unearth a rapidly-worsening problem: for reasons unknown, the frequency of Squib births has quietly and suddenly quadrupled, leading to serious concerns over what might be prohibiting wizards and witches from passing on their magical genes-- and what that might mean for the coming generations of Wizardkind. While James and his new Ministry department struggle to deal with the societal impacts of an unprecedented amount of Squib children, Lily and Albus find their jobs--and their lives--intersecting in an unexpected way.


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


a caged soul by justawillowtree

Rated: Mature Audiences • 6 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
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Locked in a tower, forbidden to see the world. Such is the stuff of fairytales.

 

Except, this is Hope's reality.


A Thorned Rose by forever_dreaming

Rated: Teen Audiences • 2 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
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Let me tell you about the princesses who saved themselves.


And the World Went On by manno-malfoy

Rated: Teen Audiences • 7 Reviews starstarstarstarstar Past Featured Story
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perfect banner is by adrift @TDA

 

Laila (n): Arabic word for 'night'. 

 

And this was a night unlike any other.  Laila eclipsed all else, and that changed everything. 

 

'Written for the Holiday and Diversity Writing Challenge'


Dormitory 2.6A by dirigibleplums

Rated: Mature Audiences • 39 Reviews starstarstarstarstar Past Featured Story
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amazing banner by seraphine.@tda! | 2016 QTR Diadem Award | Nargles 2017: Most Inclusive Story | Dobby 2017: Best Feel-Good Fic | HPFT FROGS: Best Next Gen



In which the six girls from Hufflepuff's Dormitory 2.6A stalk Albus Potter, swear like sailors, sneak off to the library and put stereotypes to shame.

"I don't like hugs. Or people. They sicken me."

 


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.