Characters/Pairing: Justin Finch-Fletchley/Pansy Parkinson
Prompt: family history
Word Count: 2280
Summary: 1998 ends with a bang. 1999 starts with her father’s face plastered over the front page of the Daily Prophet.
Author's Notes: 6/13. Title comes from the Paul Simon song “Father and Daughter.”
( leap awake in the mirror of a bad dream )
Characters/Pairing(s): Albus Severus Potter/Dominique Weasley, Albus Severus Potter/Indira Goldstein; Teddy Lupin/Victoire Weasley, Rose Weasley/Scorpius Malfoy, other assorted Weasleys.
( they pull together like the magnets her father keeps in his toolshed )
Title: let your heart be light
Pairing: Ginny Weasley/Neville Longbottom
Summary: Ginny and Neville and a greenhouse, the winter of '98.
Word Count: 1666
Rating: R, for inferred violence and for sexual situations, plus a sliiiiight warning for underage shenanigans: it’s consensual, but Ginny is 16 and Neville is 17.
Disclaimer: None of this is mine: anyone with a name you recognize belongs to JKR.
A/N: Hoo boy, this was fun – not a pairing I usually write, but one I love all the same. Written as a gift for csichick_2 at the rarepair_shorts 2015 Winter Fic Exchange. :)
Word Count: 9541
Word Count: 3301
Word Count: 1000
Summary: "'Ogden's,' he says, 'Straight. And leave the bottle.'"
Author's Notes: Second in a series of thirteen prompts from the tables at rarepair_shorts. Title comes from the Rolling Stones song of the same name.
( yesterday's papers are such bad news, same thing applies to me and you )
Title: This Woman's Work
Pairing: Justin Finch-Fletchley/Pansy Parkinson
Word Count: 1000
Summary: "Pansy knows she's fallen far, and after the day she's had, it shows."
Author's Notes: Title from Maxwell. First in a series of thirteen prompts from rarepair_shorts, and part of an ongoing effort to get my headcanon for these two down on paper once and for all. Really, anything that gets me writing is a good thing, right? :)
Title: Right As Rain
Pairing: Charlie Weasley/Parvati Patil, background Charlie/Unidentified Lady Friend, Parvati/Anthony Goldstein
Rating: PG-15 (for sexual situations).
Word Count: 1400
Summary: It's not permanent. It's never been.
Author's Notes: The title is a line from the Adele song of the same name. Prompts are from a generator, and written for the Number Game Ficathon on rarepair_shorts.
( no room in my bed, as far as I'm concerned, so wipe that dirty smile off )
HP Rare-Pair Challenge
|1. the residue of Monday|
|3. two weekends ago|
|4. fall to your knees|
|5. take your pick|
|6. family history|
|8. the opportunities you missed|
|9. for what it's worth|
|10. some people stay|
|11. pining for normalcy|
|12. degrees of freedom|
|13. and that is the sentiment of the hour|
Pairing: Regulus Black/Alecto Carrow
Word Count: 1000
Summary: They were Marked at the same ceremony. That has to mean something.
Author's Notes: Inspired in part by the song “Babel” by Mumford & Sons. Prompts are from a list I’d written down a year or so back from a generator that has (unfortunately) disappeared. My apologies in advance for the time jumps. Written for the Number Game Ficathon on rarepair_shorts.
( press my nose up to the glass around your heart )
Title: Eyes Wide Open
Pairing: Dominique Weasley/Igor Karkaroff
Word Count: 1727
Summary: It’s a phase. That’s all it is.
( we walk the plank with our eyes wide open )