The Prefect's Portrait (Harry Potter) by Arsinoe de Blassenville
Hermione's quest for a quiet place to read leads to the discovery of a remarkable portrait. The girl in the picture meant so much to so many. She is remembered as a devoted wife and loving mother, but what was she like at sixteen? Will her reappearance change everything?
- The Present Crisis (Stargate/Quantum Leap) by Sandman
- Convergence (2) Pretend (Angel/Pretender/Highlander) by Kylie Leadbitter
Pretending (Vorkosiverse) by Glishara
Gregor and Laisa prepare to go to Miles and Ekaterin's wedding.
- The Price of Secrecy (1) The Price of Secrecy (Stargate) by Denise
- Primary Focus (1) Primary Focus (Sentinel) by LRH Balzer
Prime (Doctor Who) by Roach Patrol
In which young Amelia Pond attempts to seek both her fortune and the Doctor, talks to strangers, feeds a dog, and loses her bicycle in the woods (though not exactly in that order).
A Prince's Tale (Harry Potter) by Shairi11
Seven years after the war, a Prince asks Hermione to find Severus Snape's body.
- Princes of the Universe (1) Princes of the Universe (Sentinel/Highlander) by D L Witherspoon
Proestigium (Harry Potter) by Lady Strange
An epistolary story based on the WIKTT 'Arsenius Jigger' challenge. There will be 42 letters in all. Correspondences trace the changing lives and times of the various characters in the HP universe as well as some new characters.
- The Profundity of Silence (Sentinel) by Auntie Hill
- 1969 Prime Prologue: 1969 Prime Minus One (Stargate) by Redbyrd
- Promise (Highlander/X-Files) by Allan Woodward
- Knitted Souls (5) Promises In The Dark (Sentinel) by LRH Balzer
- Promissory (Sentinel) by Donna Gentry
- Restored (3) Protected (Sentinel) by XmagicalX
Providence (Doctor Who) by Branwyn
Not all the monsters in the TARDIS are locked safely in the attic.
Psycho Savior, qu'est-ce que c'est? (Doctor Who) by Kalima
A young woman contemplates suicide by power steering fluid. "'Course you could just eat the gun like Cobain-- wait, what year is this? He done that yet?
Putting on Civvies (Star Trek: Reboot) by Tree and Leaf
Vulcan has three second-person pronouns. (pre-Movie, Spock, Uhura)