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16 Oct 2016

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Hi! I'm Branwen. This is my AP for my Sidenote: Full Story Harry Potter fanfic series. You can find my OF/other fandom fics at my other author page, abhorsen. If you're looking for my staff profile, you can find it at abhorsen_staff. :)


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HPFT FROGS: Most Versatile Author (2018), Most Versatile Author Runner Up (2017), Nargles: Most Versatile Author (2017), Best World-Building (2017) | Shadowplay OTY: Best at Nonfiction (2017), Best at Original Fiction Runner up (2017), Fanfic Master Runner Up (2016), Poetry Master (2016); OtM: Writer (Nov 2017)


frogs card credits: abhorsen.



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Stories by Beeezie

Shadows in the Mirror by Beeezie

Rated: Mature Audiences • 4 Reviews starstarhalf-star
Summary:

There are darker mirrors than Erised in the Wizarding World.


 


1st place in AditiDraco95's 'Death Eater's Victim' challenge at HPFF


The Thing With Feathers by Beeezie

Rated: Teen Audiences • 5 Reviews starstarstarstarhalf-star
Summary:

banner by amoretti.

 

feathers

 

Let's just say that James's father did not exactly sweep his mother off her feet.


The Netted Sunbeam by Beeezie

Rated: Teen Audiences • 6 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
Summary:


'Courtship' does not go quite as James's parents might have expected.

 

Written for Aphoride's 'Romanticism' challenge at HPFF


Unforgivable by Beeezie

Rated: Mature Audiences • 8 Reviews starstarstarstarhalf-star
Summary:

banner by abhorsen. @TDA

 

 

Some scars last a lifetime.


July 1999

 

Winner of round one TidalDragon's 'Knockout' challenge at HPFF


Fools and Heroes by Beeezie

Rated: Mature Audiences • 12 Reviews starstarstarstarhalf-star
Summary:

banner by abhorsen. @TDA

 

Daphne finds Astoria in an abandoned corridor just before the Death Eaters storm Hogwarts.

 

“He’s on the wrong side." She raised her wand. "And so are you, little sister.”

 

May 1998