Harry Potter could never be called normal. Not when he was abandoned by his parents when his twin brother was hailed the boy who lived, and definitely not when he returned fourteen years with three...
Something is drawing Harry and Hermione together before the first task, and neither of them want to stop it. Now add in Werewolf Packs and Vampire Covens inside Hogwarts, Horcuxes, Dying, and a sen...
Ron is absolutely, without a doubt, completely and utterly certain Hermione is madly in love with him. So much so that he prematurely makes a rash announcement. Hermione begs to differ. Light to mo...
Following the fall of Voldemort, the Hogwarts Board of Governors meets.
All Lila wanted was for her brother to be nicer to her. All Harry wanted was a family who cared. When fate intervenes, both get their wish, but at what cost?
A small change in Harry's past has knock on effects thoughout his time at Hogwarts. A 'what if' type of story starting with his first year, and the changes that a smart Harry would cause.
Long have I believed a potion resulted in the Canon pairings, but I never knew who did what. Then, someone suggested a person I never suspected and this is how I came to terms with it.
"But I don't want to go among mad people," Luna remarked. "Oh, you can't help that," said the Cat. "We're all mad here."
The events of The Half-Blood Prince as revealed in Hermione's arithmancy notes. Warnings: The author of this story is a mathematician... writing about arithmancy... you do the math. Disclaimer...
Petunia Dursley should have known Harry would return after the war had been fought. She should have known he would be back, and would have things to say.
Hated by all... left for dead. Condemned to eternal imprisonment. What happens when two souls become the darkest hope of surviving the forces of evil?
An accident sends Harry Potter into another world and soon his talents are needed more than ever before. The question is not whether he can win, but can he survive? [HP/Dresden Files crossover]
Harry is ten years old and has no knowledge of the Wizarding World. What will happen, then, when he starts dreaming of a black-haired girl with azure eyes?
After the Second Task of the Triwizard Tournament, Harry wonders if Ron is truly the thing he'd miss most, and tries to sort out his feelings for a certain bushy-haired bookworm.
Harry's travels after the fall of the Dark Lord lead him to something that scholars have sought for ages. But what will be the repercussions of this discovery? Post DH, no crapilogue.