Some basic stats:
The final submission count for the fest was 18 fics and 2 pieces of art, which consisted of 3 Femslash, 4 Slash, 12 Het and 1 Threesome. The most popular character was Draco, appearing in 6 entries, but it was Ginny who had the most partners, 4 within 3 stories.
A giant, genuine thank you to everyone who wrote, drew, read and commented.
⌁ Filling a Void (George Weasley/Angelina Johnson)
Angelina always thought she'd marry Fred Weasley, but when Fred was no longer an option, she finds herself caught in what feels like a chain reaction that she just can't step away from.
⌁ Last Dance (Hermione Granger/Pansy Parkinson)
Hermione is plagued by her conscience, Pansy has a more pragmatic view of things.
⌁ A Bad, Bad Godson (Teddy Lupin/Ginny Weasley)
Teddy wanted to spend more time at Grimmauld Place, but it was not to be with his godfather. No, he had his eyes on Ginny.
⌁ Two Fools (Harry Potter/Draco Malfoy)
Harry can't get Malfoy to back off. Malfoy only pushes harder.
⌁ Lost Property (Petunia Dursley/Severus Snape)
Lily thought she was untidy, that she just had a habit of losing things. Petunia didn't consider it stealing, not if she never told anyone. Now, when Severus Snape unexpectedly appears in the safe house where the Dursleys are being hid, Petunia finds a reason to open the box of Lily's things that she has kept hidden for years.
⌁ A Father's Guilt (Arthur Weasley/Molly Weasley)
Arthur works hard to keep them afloat and drifts further away from his wife in the process. The jibes from Lucius Malfoy hurt so much because they are true and guilt weighs heavily on his mind every time he has to tell one of the children no because they can't afford it.
⌁ Watching You Walk Away (Draco Malfoy/Rose Weasley)
True love doesn't always mean you get a happy ending. This is one of those times. A love story out of order.
⌁ Offer Only Your Arm (Remus Lupin/Sirius Black)
Remus trusts too easily. An exercise in reading between the lines.
⌁ Last Night (Draco Malfoy/Hermione Granger)
After a night indulging a long-hidden fantasy, the morning after implodes dramatically for Draco and Hermione.
⌁ Treacherous Hearts (Blaise Zabini/Ginny Weasley)
Blaise Zabini embarks on an ill-fated extramarital affair with Ginny Potter née Weasley.
⌁ The Master of Puppets (Narcissa Malfoy/Lily Evans)
Narcissa is cunning, sly, and able to manipulate everyone and everything, up to the Dark Lord himself. She is the Master of Puppets. Or so she thinks...for can the true Master be outmastered?
⌁ Alone (Draco Malfoy/Harry Potter/Ginny Weasley)
Harry's in love with Ginny but he also loves Draco. He brings Draco into his marriage, expecting things to work out. He doesn't expect Ginny and Draco to get closer, leaving him behind.
⌁ The End of the Beginning (Draco Malfoy/Hermione Granger)
They work together and it would be wrong to let their relationship go any farther.
⌁ Blame the Rain (Remus Lupin/Evan Rosier)
Sometimes, when the world stops making sense, it's easier to blame everything on the bad weather.
⌁ Sometimes She Wished For Falling (Lucius Malfoy/Narcissa Malfoy)
The war claims more victims with every day and Narcissa grows tired of always having to remain strong. One night, everything falls apart.
⌁ Falling Down (Lucius Malfoy/Harry Potter, Draco Malfoy/Harry Potter)
Harry isn't happy when he sees Draco Malfoy enter his cell, and he soon finds out that Lucius isn't either.
⌁ Come On In (I’ll Be Here Always) (Hermione Granger/Pansy Parkinson)
Hermione has been here before. She knows she should say no. She knows she should back away. But she's in love with Pansy, and she can't help but hope.
⌁ Marriage (Remus Lupin/Nymphadora Tonks)
Remus and Tonks live, but not necessarily happily ever after.
⌁ As If I'm Becoming Untouchable (Lucius Malfoy/Narcissa Malfoy)
He promised he would never leave her. She believed him. So why wasn't he coming back?
⌁ Dealing with Headlines (Albus Dumbledore/Minerva McGonagall)
The news headlined in the Daily Prophet throughout the years Tested them both, and their relationship; but they managed it despite everything.