Here's my complete 2011 Wrap-Up:
Note: Everything links to LJ. If you'd like to read my fic at DW or IJ, use my journals' archives on those sites to find the stories' links (I cross-post everything with the same date and time, but LJ is my main journaling site).
Advantages of Being Big, The (G; the Snape Family; 1365 words): Severus never pictured things turning out as they did.
Return to Motherhood, A (PG-13; Eileen Snape, the "lurking woman," and Severus; 2682 words): Blaming herself, Eileen turns time to make things right.
Gagging for It (PG-13; Harry Potter, Draco Malfoy; 100 words): Harry tries to pick up a bad habit.
Getting Severus Married, Chapter Fifty (NC-17; Snarry, Blaise/Hermione, others; 8408 words)
Getting Severus Married, Chapter Fifty-One (NC-17; Snarry, Blaise/Hermione, others; 9059 words)
End to Swivenhodge, An (PG-13; George/Hermione; 1020 words): Hermione decides to get back in the game.
First-Class Expression of Gratitude, A (PG; Severus, Neville; 100 words): Eschewing the official awards ceremony, Severus goes looking for a proper thanking.
Getting Severus Married, Chapter Fifty-Two (NC-17; Snarry, Blaise/Hermione, others; 4804 words)
20 Random Facts about Luna Lovegood (G; Luna Lovegood; 630 words)
Act of Loyalty, An (PG; Draco, others; 757 words): At the end, all that's left for Draco is to obey his mother.
Serpent Bearer, The (PG; Severus Snape, implied OMC; 2000 words): Severus discharges his parental duty.
Truly Tillacious Day, A (PG; Augusta Longbottom, others; 986 words): Augusta redresses a toad-related offence.
20 Random Facts about Diosma "Di" Anne Parkinson (PG; "Di" Parkinson, others; 556 words)
20 Random Facts about Famous Cheese-Maker Greta Catchlove (G; Greta Catchlove, others; 569 words)
20 "Random" Facts about Ginny Weasley, Who Stopped Waiting in Favour of Living Life on Her Own Terms (PG; Ginny Weasley, others; 1381)
20 Random Facts about the Hero Headmaster's Portrait's Life at Hogwarts (PG; Portrait!Snape, others; 606)
20 Random Facts about How Lils Saw to the Funeral Guests (PG; Lily Luna Potter, others; 565)
20 Random Facts about Molly Weasley (PG; Molly, others; 758 words)
Plaguey Cheese, The (PG; Harry Potter, Kreacher, Luna Lovegood; 1304 words): There were advantages to sharing Grimmauld Place with Luna, but receiving her "gifts" wasn't one of them.
Broom Food (PG; Snarry; Aunt Luna, OFC, OMC; 1468 words): Sometimes, lunch can wait.
Culinary Horror, A (G; the Trio; 100 words): drabble.
Dangerous Apology, A (PG-13; Severus/Hermione; 100 words): drabble.
Even Messier (PG; Luna/Ron; 100 words): drabble.
Headmastery (PG-13; "Bea Belovodny," others; 2813 words): Beauty Belladonna Beatrice Belovodny never wanted to be a part of the Sue-niverse, so she arranged to Sort it out.
Heroes Are Always Thanked Thus (PG; Scorpius/Albus Severus; 500 words): Scorpius develops an appreciation for jarveys one Hogsmeade weekend.
How Not to Stuff a Pumpkin (PG; George, Luna, Mystery Character; 500 words): George cocks up a perfectly good offer of pumpkin-stuffing.
How Not to Stuff a Pumpkin, Part Two (PG; Ginny, Harry, George, Luna; 500 words): Harry and Ginny decide to help.
How the Part-Vampire Thing Works (R; Lorcan d'Eath, others, various pairings; 9175 words): Lorcan d'Eath, part vampire and all hormones, finds that it isn't too bad, being a 'Puff. While sorting himself out at Hogwarts, he also learns that loyalty isn't a trait solely confined to the members of his house.
Once Upon an Unspeakable Spin (PG-13; Hermione Granger, Severus Snape, and others; 1805 words): Things spin out of control for Hermione and Severus on the edge of Hogwarts' grounds.
Patch of Trouble, A (PG; Harry/Draco; 100 words): drabble.
Three Rings (PG; Hermione and Ron; 100 words): drabble.
Thriving Concern, A, or, In Want of a Penis (PG; Lucius Malfoy, Luna Lovegood, Narcissa Malfoy, Severus Snape; 855 words): Concern over various familial needs find Luna in want of a penis—or two, as it happens.
Trick and Treat (NC-17; Draco/Neville; 100 words): drabble.
Unexpected Payment, An (G; George/Hermione; 100 words): drabble.
With Respect to the Law (G; the Scamander Family, a goblin; 325 words): Babies are never "its."
Violets and Belladonna (NC-17; Snape/Hermione; 3410 words): "Ronald" was never truly an option.