Just an old guy who likes to write when he has nothing better to do, which is often, now that the boys are grown. Use the email to find me on Facebook, Photobucket, etc. Also email@example.com. I don't think I'll be posting much anymore, though. The muses are falling silent and it's time to rest for a bit.
Magnus S. Gove VI goes to Hogwarts. He soon finds that some of his friends are not quite human, though: a werewolf, a Veela, a Pureblood, and a rebellious Malfoy who seems to have a secret. And just why does Hufflepuff House always seem to be on the bottom of the list? What secrets are these other odd students hiding? Perhaps a change in the cooking is in order? Contains real recipes, too!
Colin Creevey deserved so much more than he got. A short little one-shot, from the POV of an unknown student.
Scorpius Malfoy hates winter. And with good reason...it's enough to make anyone have a nervous collapse.
With the Enterprise partially repaired, a distress call comes in from Sector 6-22 where the Federation's most closely guarded secret lies. Along with two uninvited guests from Hogwarts, Captain James T. Potter and crew find themselves facing yesterday's horrors in a fight to save their future, as well as that of the Federation.
Please read "Harry Potter & the New Marauders", if you haven't already. Otherwise, you'll really need the recap in Chapter 1! This is the continuation of Teddy Lupin's first year at Hogwarts, and we begin with that recap of Book 1. Please also see "The Minstrel Boy" and "The 12th Moon" for additional backstory that might help, as they do tie into this one. We begin with the boys going home for Christmas, and with one of them finding that it might not be so easy to go home after such a long time. Canon characters not in list: Fenrir Greyback, Colin Creevey.
Captain James T. Potter takes command of the USS Enterprise in the 23rd century. Crossover.
In the second Potter Beyond installment, young Magnus Gove VI is attacked by a werewolf and rescued by our hero.
100 years in the future, the world is facing life without Harry Potter. This is unacceptable. The solution? Create a new one.
Hogwarts is repaired, the students back in school. But the war has left children without parents, parents without children. And the Burrow is empty -until the Visitor arrives.
Second Year student Malcolm Baddock of Slytherin House decides to stay at Hogwarts, since his parents have turned cold and distant with rumors of Voldemort's return. But it's proving to be lonely for him, and for someone else, too.
Albus Potter is slowly going mad, and in the best Potter tradition, not telling any adults about it. Is Scorpius Malfoy, outcast son of a former Slytherin prince, his best friend - or his worst enemy? Even Albus can't be sure as Reality itself seems to keep slipping away from him. As his confusion mounts, even Albus begins to believe that he's losing his best friend, if not his very mind. But Albus isn't the only one going mad; so is Draco Malfoy. But why? Didn't Draco repair the Timeline in "Dust" - or did he damage it beyond repair?
This is a sequel to "Dust" (M), and will be compliant with my other Albus/Scorpius stories.
Eleven year old Frankie Greyson finds out, on the 1-year anniversary of being bitten by a werewolf, that Hogwarts doesn't want him. His parents don't want him. His new 'home' doesn't want him. No one wants him. But Frankie wants something, and Greyback is rising....
Harry tells his account (with some help from Ron) about what they saw one Christmas Eve. Blame it on the Butterbeer?
Can one simple gift heal decades of animosity between two families?
From within the walls of Azkaban Prison, Fenrir Greyback confesses his one, only, sin.
Albus wants Scorpius to come for Christmas in their first year...and vice versa. Harry and Draco don't take it well at all.