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    Bilbo Baggins arrived home late one afternoon in the middle of the week and the entire west Farthing is still talking about it.

    Poor Mister Baggins. He was doomed to be a nine-days wonder no matter what and is it any wonder after a year-long adventure? Even the Tooks haven’t the influence to hush that up, but Mad Baggins seems to have managed to silence every tongue in the Shire on that subject which would be awe-inspiring ...if not for the way he decided to go about it.

    OR: That one where Middle Earth seems to be unclear about where baby Hobbits come from.

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    24 Oct 2017

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    Adorable!

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    09 Jul 2017

  3. Public Bookmark 13

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    10 Feb 2017

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    Eames and Arthur aren't what you would call typical, and neither is their love story. Before they can enjoy their happily ever after, they must weather years of blood, pain, tears -- at times their own, but mostly that of others. Here's how it all happens. Series will hop and skip around, from the time they first meet to life after inception, including all kinds of moments between and beyond. Canon-compliant, in case that matters to you.

    There are 25 26 27 30! stories total planned for this series. (holy shitnuggets, I added another one more, someone stop me)

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    09 Jan 2017

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    Harveste began like this - another inconspicuous day in a slew of boring days, starting off with a perfunctory visit to the market, messing about with what could possibly be a very silly idea, and ending in a sense of accomplishment and the first installment. The day after that, buoyed into hitherto unfamiliar levels of ecstasy by readers’ comments (seriously, thank you so much to my first readers), the second installment. And then it just snowballed from there: the researching, the planning, watching and searching out all the little macabre details in a feverish giddy rush.

    My absolute favorite project, hands down, and the one I’ve had the most progress with. I’m quite proud that this is the first contribution I’ll be making to AO3, and I’m certain it won’t be the last. I hope this inspires me to continue and finish what I’ve started, because dear Harveste deserves that.

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    31 Oct 2016