He was made to dance
written for the Make Me Like Sirius Black Challenge
Marta Zalinski’s life turns upside down – again – and this time she decides that things need to change, starting with a lesson in forgiveness.
Sequel to (and contains significant spoilers for) Icarus
When the sharpest words wanna cut me down
I'm gonna send a flood, gonna drown them out
I am brave, I am bruised
I am who I'm meant to be, this is me
Look out 'cause here I come
And I'm marching on to the beat I drum
I'm not scared to be seen
I make no apologies, this is me
-This is me
The Greatest Showman
*Written for the "Faking It" Challenge hosted by down-in-flames*
Emily Lauder has a lot to prove as Editor-in-Chief of Hogwarts' student newspaper, The Daily Snidget - even before a huge scoop about Rose and Scorpius, Hogwarts' golden couple, falls in her lap.
A story of fake dating, student journalism, and boundless queerness.
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Anthony Goldstein, Ministry Prosecutor, has to prosecute a case involving neo-Death Eaters and the Imperius Curse ten years after the war ends. There's something more to it, though, and he can't get the Auror division to investigate -- so he's going to have to take it into his own hands.
A story about Jewish law, Wizarding law and moral law.
A collection of stories inspired by The Handmaid's Tale
Please, take the warnings on this story very seriously.
"Will you relish being a werewolf's wife, unable to provide for your life?" After leaving his family to find Harry, Remus returns home. Inspired by the song That Would Be Enough from the musical Hamilton. Oneshot.
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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.
2019 Golden Chalice Runner-Up: Best Completed Multichapter
2018 Golden Chalice Award: Most Inclusive
2017 Golden Chalice Award: Most Addicting Story
2016 Keckers Award: Most Original
2015 Keckers Runner-up: Best Drama
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There’s a murderer targeting the Wizengamot, a blackmailer in the Minister’s office, a liar amongst loved ones. And when they all come together, everything changes.
Can you keep a secret, Minister?
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After a mishap at St. Mungo’s that gets her blacklisted as a Healer, Jeanne Washington tries to get back on her feet by leasing a room at the prestigious ‘Golden Trio Academy for Aurors’. There, she meets the extraordinary Shirley Locke Hawkes and together, they investigate the murder of a witch in her own study. Everyone in the Manor had something to hide but who committed cold-blooded murder to protect their secret?
“Hello?” Kwai Sim says.
There’s a rustle at the other end, the plastic-pop of interference. Nobody answers, but the line is still holding.
Her heartbeat leaps to a frenetic pace before she even realises why.
“Daniel? Ah Khim? Is that you?” she says, very carefully. If she doesn’t say his name right, or with enough caution, it might not be him. Just her imagination, tricking the name off her tongue.
A series of conversations between two people.
For the Prefects' Celebration Challenge
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When Piper McLean's photos are found mysteriously burned, all signs point to Drew Tanaka as the culprit. Now she has to sit through this undignified trial (if it can even be called that) to prove her innocence. She tells her side of the story to a panel of four other Camp Half-Blood campers, and as she continues, her audience grows more and more captivated.
Because this story details a secretive fling with the dignified, stoic, and decidedly unromantic Reyna Ramirez-Arellano.
All your idols are gilded; all your idols are false.
(Or, there are only two tragedies in life: one is not getting what one wants, the other is getting it - Oscar Wilde)
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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.
Adulting really isn't all it's cracked up to be.
Just ask Dahlia Darzi.
(ft. cold coffees, copious curses of an impressive variety, persistent Potters, and the unfortunate habit of apparating away from uncomfortable situations.)
Ronan is just your average teenager.
He draws a weekly page for his Zombie Cat comic in Hogwarts Weekly. He absolutely hates quidditch with a passion. And like any English-Dane he’ll drink almost any kind of tea.
His life was not supposed to get dramatic.
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.
Pardon my frankness, sirs, but Haversham Westley's School for Boys is where the principles of magical education go to die.
a story of innovation, impropriety, and coming of age (better late than never)