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02 May 2017
Tributary: noun; a river or stream flowing into a larger river or lake.
Moving to another town can be difficult, especially when you're just a kid. Leaving everything you know behind - friends, classmates, teachers, the nice guy at the ice cream shop who sometimes snuck you an extra scoop - is scary, even if you know the place you're moving to.
For Findecáno, son of Ñolofinwë and Anairë, brother of Turucáno and Írissë, it's going to be even harder.
Dropped into a dangerous and treacherous world of spirits and magic, he doesn't know which way to turn, or even who he can trust, but he has to keep his feet under him in order to stay ahead of the great Sorcerer and save his family.
- Part 1 of Of Rivers
Fandoms: AUSTEN Jane - Works, Pride and Prejudice - Jane Austen, Mansfield Park - Jane Austen, Sense and Sensibility - Jane Austen
07 Mar 2020
University AU that mixes plots from P&P, MP and S&S. Alternates narration with emails. From the POV of Caroline Bingley, a 1st Year International Business undergrad who shares a flat with Mary Crawford and Fanny Price and is in love with his brother's best friend. Some of the canon ships plus more.
Everyone gets a HAE, even if not everyone gets an OTP. A lot of drama though, with humour, slow burn, house parties, pub gigs, pop culture references, a hidden vegan agenda, and Henry Crawford being sexy.
***It's completed and I'm just posting the chapters as I edit them***
She was feeling ecstatic, electric, a sex goddess. They were talking about books, she teasing him and he answering so quickly he’d surely spoken the truth. She said, “I’m sure you were a Harry Potter fan,” and he’d said “Yes,” and she laughed and said “And who was your favourite character?” And he’d said: “McGonagall.” And she had kissed him because, how could she not, really? (She had half expected him to say Malfoy). And that had been the best kiss of her life, probably.
- Part 1 of Jane Austen Manchester University AU