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Practically Canon by Alaska Rose
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Ever wanted to read a fanfiction that was so good, so well-written, so well-characterized, that you swear it could be canon? Step right up, you've found them!
I created this series to "keep track" of my favorite "practically canon" fan-fictions because oddly enough, I actually DO enjoy the series as it is and as much as I love a really good AU story, I find that my favorite stories tend to be those that feel as though they've just fallen out of the pages of Stephenie Meyers' series.
Pre-Twilight and post-Breaking Dawn stories are also included, because many people like to explore the characters' budding relationships and back stories, or continue the series, and those can feel just as canon as fics set during the series.
If you'd like to add a story to the list, please do let me know and I will gladly consider it, as I'm always looking for "so-good-it's-practically-canon" fanfics!
Categories: Post-Breaking Dawn
, New Moon
, Breaking Dawn
“You held out your hand, and I took it
without stopping to make sense of what I was doing.
For the first time in almost a century, I felt hope.”
-Jasper Whitlock Hale, Eclipse, page 301
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An Alijazz chronicle. If all goes well, it should extend until the end of the saga.
Set during the saga, with little excerpts here and there from their pasts.
Told from both Jasper and Alice's points of view, depending on whichever one I decide seems to fit best for each chapter.
Rated PG-13 for upcoming planned chapters; may change if my muse so requires.
, Twilight Characters: Alice
Challenges: Series: Eternal Hope: The Alice and Jasper Archive
, Practically Canon
[Report This] Published:
June 16, 2010 Updated:
July 11, 2010
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