Novella (4)

A story between 20,000 and 50,000 words.

  • Whom the Gods Annoy (Harry Potter) by Dick Gloucester
    Ron, Harry and Hermione are due to discover the consequences of their inaction with regard to saving the life of one Chosen by the gods - or in this case, goddess. And it all becomes vastly more complicated when the school hires workmen to fix the battle damage at Hogwarts.
  • Almost A Squib (Harry Potter) by BajaB
    What if Vernon and Petunia were even more successfull in 'beating all that nonsense' out of Harry? A silly AU story of a nonpowerful, but cunning, Harry.
  • Book Club (Harry Potter) by M McGonagall 65
    Hermione attempts to bring Muggle appreciation to the staff at Hogwarts through Muggle literature.
  • The Essence of Sunset (Harry Potter) by Shefa
    My chambers are dark, lit only by the glow of the midnight moon. The castle creaks with rawness of stone and antiquity of magic, filled with the power welling up from beneath the mountain and the fire of intention fuelled by our four vibrant streams of magic, combined. It is nearly impossible to recognise this expanse of land from just six months ago: pristine grasses as far as the eye could see, cresting on a tidal wave of green, the shadow of grey stone a skeleton underneath. A spider's web holding together an enterprise that, tonight, feels like folly. I had expected to feel exultant.
  • The Ethernet Chronicles (Harry Potter) by Pythia Delphi
    Post Vold-War II, the Wizarding World has adopted a new-fangled notion: blogging!
  • Everything I've Ever Done (Harry Potter) by Duj
    There were likely to be enough cross words when they finally met. For seven years of his teaching, Hermione had had nothing but cross words from him... Life was a puzzle sometimes.
  • Grim Dawn (Harry Potter) by Robin4
    Prior to Harry's third year, he leaves the Dursleys, desperate to escape. But before the Knight Bus can stumble upon him, he encounters someone far different, and his world begins to change.
  • Hydraulic Forces (Harry Potter) by Swythyv
    A fateful accident propels Hermione, Harry, and Snape forward to their destinies. Will they serve Hogwarts ancient purpose or will they fall prey to the latest incarnation of seductive old evils? *cough*Lily*cough* Their resolve will shape the new millennium.
  • It's Elemental My Dear Snape (Harry Potter) by Cathedral Carver
    Everything has been figured out, except how to live. Pay attention -- there's a test later.
  • Karakuri (Harry Potter) by Tales of Snape
    When the last of the Lestranges dies in Azkaban, Hermione Granger and her colleagues in the Department of Mysteries have thirty-one days to assess and catalogue the entire contents of the family vault before it's passed on to Narcissa Malfoy. As if planning a wedding wasn't enough stress by itself. Artefact inspired by the work of Clive Barker. The word karakuri means a 'mechanical device to tease, trick, or take a person by surprise'. It implies hidden magic, or an element of mystery.
  • The Last Will and Testament of Lily Evans Potter (Harry Potter) by Chrmisha
    Petunia Dursley is cleaning the attic and finds a previously unknown copy of Lily's will. Ecstatic at her discovery, she promptly abandons her burdensome nephew, along with Lily's will, on the doorstep of her childhood neighbour (aka, Severus Snape).
  • The Lost Chamber (Harry Potter) by Pyjama Pants
    When Rose and Hugo Weasley are involved in a prank that sends Scorpius Malfoy to the Hospital Wing, Hermione is summoned to Hogwarts. What she finds there calls for investigation.
  • Lost Luggage and Lost Souls (Doctor Who) by Nemo the Everbeing
    Because listing bus stations as something you hate just begs writers to put you there. The Seventh Doctor and Ace join an odd cast of characters in time to get held hostage, and the Doctor remembers why he prefers saving worlds to smaller crises.
  • The Mirror Crack'd (Harry Potter) by Hannah 1888
    Severus wants to move on, but the Mirror of Erised is both a help and a hindrance.
  • Mixed Signals (Stargate/Sentinel) by Lori Wright
    This is a Xover between Stargate and The Sentinel. When Blair Sandburg unknowingly shows a member of the SGC a picture of Egyptian-like ruins found in a dig in Peru, it causes an avalanche of circumstances, which forces Jack O'Neill to head a mission to Peru.
  • Petunia Takes Charge (Harry Potter) by Leath1
    AU story. Harry thought he knew everything about his Aunt Petunia but he was wrong. Harry comes home after his first year at Hogwarts to find that things have changed at the Dursley's or more importantly his Aunt Petunia has changed. What does that mean for Harry?
  • Seven Brides For Seven Snapes (Harry Potter) by Dick Gloucester
    Severus Snape has decided he needs a wife, and Hermione is the lucky woman he picks for the job. But he hasn't told her everything she needs to know...
  • Split (Harry Potter) by Windwings Writes
    One fine day, Severus Snape makes a disturbing discovery. Who is messing with his life? And why?
  • Strange Empathy (Harry Potter) by BlackEyedGirl
    Sometimes a few words are all it takes to change how you think of someone. And sometimes the people you thought could never understand are the only ones who can. AU, Post-OOTP.
  • A Stranger's Kindness (Harry Potter) by Bohemian Rhapsodi
    Hermione Granger always knew that her life was on hold for Harry's cause, but a gesture of kindness from a mysterious stranger will soon begin to change her mind. AU, HGSS, In response to a 'Daddy Long-Legs' WIKTT challenge.
  • A Study in Magic (Harry Potter/Sherlock Holmes) by Vixit
    When Albus Dumbledore shows up at Baker Street with strange demands and baby-filled picnic baskets, Sherlock Holmes is less than thrilled. Featuring Detective!Harry, Competent!Quirrell, and the world's only private consulting detective. No slash.
  • Turn To Dark (Harry Potter) by Kribu
    Some days, waking up is different.
  • Who Lives in Disguise (Harry Potter) by Duj
    It was the longest, shortest trip back from Hogwarts ever. (HBP compatible)