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Textbook Middle Child. Gluten Enthusiast. I document my adventures travelling and eating in a food blog for the Daily Prophet.
Chapters 1-3 written for Ineke and paulatheprokaryote's Millennial's Ruin Everything Challenge
England is in the midst of a heatwave and Scorpius isn't handling it very well. Post-Hogwarts domestic Scorbus fluff.
Hidden in a box deep in a drawer by Scorpius’s bed is a collection of letters written to Albus. Letters that will never be sent or read, yet Scorpius has kept them all the same. Sometimes it’s impossible to convey one’s feelings face-to-face, and certainly harder to let go of, especially when the subject is one’s best friend who most definitely does not reciprocate… Right?
Albus’ seventh year is a mess of covert dates, thinly veiled secrets, and one very pivotal mixtape.
We all find ourselves sometime.
For Finefrenzy__'s "The Slytherin Centric Challenge" and for MuggleMaybe's [Blank] meets [Blank] Challenge.
Scorbus have a lazy morning. A little birthday fluff (with some mild smut) for me!
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How many times would she have to tell him to get away, to get gone? He came back. He always came back. He never stayed, but he sure as hell came back. And like a complete twit, she’d let him.
Scorpius gets a bit obsessed with a Muggle Studies project and it’s driving Albus insane, His saviour arrives in the form of a small first year seeking solace from her House. Written for "The Millennials Ruin Everything" Challenge.
Albus and Scorpius want to go on holiday together in the summer before their seventh year. With their history of running into trouble, they’re given the go-ahead on one condition: that they will adhere to security procedures to ensure their safety. But a dark threat looms, one that could well and truly tear them apart.
The British Academy for Magical, Scientifical, Humanities, and Social Studies are honoured and delighted to announce an exchange program in co-ordination with Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
Scorpius Malfoy, thus far a perfectly ordinary student at a little-known school that caters to muggleborns, is set suddenly and unhappily on a collision course with the rest of the wizarding world. He's pretty sure only one of them will survive, and it's certainly not going to be him.
for crestwood's ensemble challenge
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Albus and Scorpius may have returned home safely from time, but they are by no means unscathed. Post CC.
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It’s the worst day of Scorpius Malfoy’s life but Albus is there to help him through it.
Albus and Scorpius had all the time in the world.
(Songfic. Alternates between verse and prose with each successive section)
For Finefrenzy__'s The Slytherin-Centric Challenge.
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April's Sitewide Story of the Month.
Pool is anything but a game. Play with caution, because you're playing for keeps.
Albus needs coffee to get through his gruelling days of healer training. It's only an added bonus that the coffee is served by a very cute Scorpius Malfoy.
For the Trope of Aces Challenge by Lady Ausra
“I don’t think he got the memo that ‘Puffs are supposed to be friendly,” James had said once to a reporter, who had promptly printed the quote followed by a description of Albus’ friends: “The most hostile badgers I’ve had the misfortune to meet.”
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As the recent scandal surrounding the Boy-Who-Lived’s middle child sparks unprecedented interest from the public, Rita Skeeter has named Albus Potter as the star of the latest instalment in her ‘Life and Lies’ series, set to be released on 31st March, 2022. The Daily Prophet Press are expecting the most sensational bestseller of the century, as Skeeter digs into the secrets of the anti-social Potter and his best friends: a juvenile delinquent, a Quidditch star, a heartbreaker, and a genius.
Prepare for an exposé that will answer the questions on everyone’s lips: How did a boy like Albus end up in Hufflepuff? Why do the Potters work so hard to keep him out of the limelight? And who is the mysterious stranger he was seen kissing on New Year’s Eve?
Scorpius Malfoy is a newly-promoted Senior Analyst in the Misuse of Magic office. His first task is to investigate the phenomenon of illegal cohabitation between Muggles and wizards caused by an out-of-control Muggle London rental market. The problem? He lives with three Muggles himself. And he's a very bad liar.
In which Scorpius plans a new life in the Pacific, Albus is so nervous he forgets his own name, and there is a life-size cardboard cutout of Viktor Krum.
[can be read as a standalone]
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When Scorpius imagined all the ways he could possible come out to his dad, this was definitely not on the list.
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.
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In all honesty, Albus would rather be literally anywhere else than the wedding between the love of his life and his cousin.
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
Isn't Milominderbinder @ TDA wonderful?
You know when you have a complete step by step plan for your life? Well, I had a perfect one, until Albus Potter came and stomped all over it. So instead of getting good grades, dating girls, and having my dream career, I'm a rockstar's pining boyfriend. Fabulous.
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.
Scorpius Malfoy knew his fifth year would be challenging-- but he hadn't expected this. Between his impending O.W.L.s, his new relationship, Quidditch tryouts, the public eye, and the Slug Club, he can hardly catch his breath. Meanwhile, Harry Potter discovers that being a professor at Hogwarts is very different from being a student there-- especially when you've got three mischievous children and a handful of students who can't seem to do more than ogle at you.