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Icarus by Stella Blue

Rated: Mature Audiences • 126 Reviews starstarstarstarstar Feature
Summary:

banner by me

 

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


Playing for Keeps by UnluckyStar57

Rated: Mature Audiences • 4 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
Summary:

Pool is anything but a game. Play with caution, because you're playing for keeps.


Dum Vivimus Vivamus by sunshine_locks

Rated: Mature Audiences • 7 Reviews starstarstarstarhalf-star
Summary:

banner by adrift @tda!!

 

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Reflections never change, but people do. 

 

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


heaven taking the place of something evil by dirigibleplums

Rated: Mature Audiences • 4 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
Summary:

(cr. softbun@tda)

Based on an article titled "STRAIGHT GUY WORRIES HE'S BEING HOMOPHOBIC TO GAY ROOMMATE, REALISES HE'S FALLEN IN LOVE WITH HIM."

 

Or: Al has never been the sharpest wand in the shop. Especially when it comes to Scorpius Malfoy.


Hey, Rajwa by dirigibleplums

Rated: Mature Audiences • 4 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
Summary:

the most perfect banner by starbuck@hpft


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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


Leather Wings and Scaly Things by FoxPatronus

Rated: Teen Audiences • 6 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
Summary:

Charlie Weasley and Maggie Skyler pose in front of a sketch of a bat-like wing on a torn page. Beneath the page is a reptilian looking yellow eye surrounded by green scaly skin. The title

Banner by FoxPatronus


Charlie Weasley had pretty much resigned himself to solitude. He was content with his life, fulfilled by his work, and not particularly interested in seeking out a mate.

 

Besides, where was he going to find someone else who shared his passion for magical creatures and would want to talk about dragons for hours on end?

 

Right in the middle of Weasley's Wizard Wheezes, as it turned out.