Author has written 9 stories for Harry Potter, and Vampire Diaries.
Completed HP Fan-Fictions:
1. Harry Potter and His Guardians -> Sirius and Remus are Harry's Guardians. Begins at end of Harry's Third Year. It details Harry's abuse at hands of Dursley's and Umbridge's detentions with the Blood Quill. One shot.
2. You See What You Expect To See -> Companion to Harry Potter and His Guardians. Dumbledore's POV of Sirius and Remus confronting him about Harry's growing up. One Shot.
3. The Last Prophecy -> Dumbledore's POV of the chapter in J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, The Last Prophecy. One Shot.
4. The Greater Good -> Dumbledore's POV of his actions regarding telling Snape about Harry having to be sacrificed at end of DH. One Shot
5. Prisoner Of Azkaban -> Sirius' POV of Prisoner of Azkaban. One Shot
6. Out of the Fire -> AU Chapter 32: Out of the fire – Order of Phoenix. Umbridge does the unthinkable. There will be some direct words/quotes from Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.
NB: If there are any scenes in Harry Potter that you wish to see from other perspectives, please request them, and I'll consider them.
In Remembrance to Severus Snape,
In Remembrance to Fred Weasley,
In Remembrance to Dobby,
In Remembrance to Remus J. Lupin,
In Remembrance to Nymphadora Tonks,
In Remembrance to Alastair 'Mad Eye' Moody,
In Remembrance to Tom Marvolo Riddle, A.K.A Voldemort,
In Remembrance to Albus Dumbledore,
In Remembrance to Bellatrix Lestrange,
In Remembrance to Colin Creevey,
In Remembrance to Hedwig,
I promise to remember Harry,
Favourite HP FF Quotes:
["It is not some plot!" Harry started to yell back. Then he took a deep breath and calmed down. Months of arguing with two stubborn Slytherins gave him more weapons than simply out-yelling his opponent. "I'll make you a deal. I'll stay away from them if you can do three things." At Sirius' nod, he continued. "If you can prove that every Slytherin has gone bad, every wizard who's gone bad is a Slytherin, and every member of the major Dark families has been evil. And if you can't, you'll stop being a git about this. Agreed?"
"Agreed," Sirius replied immediately.
Remus groaned and lowered his head into his hands even as Harry gave off a wicked grin.
"What?" Sirius asked.
"Did you even *listen* to his terms?" Remus asked in a long-suffering tone. "Less than two minutes ago he reminded you about Peter, and that you are a Black."]
- Mythic Alliance, by Jendra
["You took House Points because your son hexed you for finding out you slept with his mother?" demanded Lupin. Snape looked baffled.
"He didn't hex me!" (Snape)
"Patience of a saint, then" muttered Lupin darkly. "I would have."]
- Maybe, Someday, Perhaps, by moon-dragon3
[Dumbledore looked warily at the boy breathing deeply in the hospital bed and conceded defeat gracefully. Well, as gracefully as someone who had almost had his beard burned off, before being thoroughly put in his place by a student, could be.]
- Beware the Wolf, by Ventus Princeps
[The man pulled out the stick he had used earlier and lifted it high.
"No!" Harry cried out loudly, startling Sirius who almost fell over "That's not how you do it!"
"Oh really," said Sirius raising his eyebrows again and crossing his arms "How do you do it then?"
"Like this." Harry grabbed the mans stick and promptly started to stir the ingredients with it, humming a song he had learnt in music class earlier that week.
Sirius went ballistic! "NO Harry! NOT MY WAND!"] and
["Bring out the cake." Declared Sirius when they had all whipped their plates clean.
Lily rolled her eyes. "It'll be along in a little while."
The handsome man frowned and looked at her confused. "It should have been cooking long enough by now."
"Well, as amazing cooks as you are, you forgot one key element of cooking: turning on the oven."]
- Ahead of Time by melibelly
["The one time Potter decides not be a dunderhead and use what little sense his pitiful brain conjures, curbing his reckless impulsiveness, more dunderheads feel the need to show their own stupidity and undo it. How quaint." - Fred's imitation of Snape's words]
- Perseverance by cara-tanaka
The Reviewer's Guide to Reviewing (Copied from CK Geisener's profile)
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