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Branwyn's Baubles  by Branwyn 4 Review(s)
TariReviewed Chapter: 25 on 6/23/2008
Baubles to tempt our curiosity. I finally read them all and enjoyed each one very much.
But, as is always the case with me, I couldn’t help but wish they were longer.

Perhaps you might be willing to write one for me next month. It would be most appreciated.

Raksha The DemonReviewed Chapter: 25 on 1/23/2006
Interesting basis for comparison. Evidently further research is needed.

An unusual Elf-twins ficlet!

Author Reply: The twins are having trouble keeping track of their own girl friends, and the elf maidens aren't any help because they can't tell the two of them apart very easily. Not that these guys would take advantage of that situation, no, not ever! :-D

Thanks for reviewing!

BodkinReviewed Chapter: 25 on 1/23/2006
It must be so frustrating for twins to be constantly confused. Or were they? Only a couple of hundred, eh? I'll bet their parents' hair nearly went against elven nature and turned grey over their first five centuries or so!

Author Reply: Yes, I hear that the first thousand years is the worst. :-D
The twins aren't sure who that letter is for since the maidens have so much trouble telling them apart. (But, as Edoraslass said over at LJ, maybe the elf girls don't care which brother they get...)

annmarwalkReviewed Chapter: 25 on 1/22/2006
Too funny! You've added a dimension of - not humanness, of course, but vitality and humor to the rather dull elves of the films. but why am I picturing Elladan and Elrohir as the Weasley twins? *grin*

Author Reply: Thanks! Seemed to me that they should be funny and a little wild (though maybe not quite as silly as the Weasley twins). After all, book!Legolas has a good sense of humor.

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