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Aragorn the Lover: A Union with the Beloved and a Call to Greatness

    

     Halbarad, the Ranger of the North, bears a gift for Aragorn. It is a thing of mystery, “close furled in a black cloth bound about with many thongs”. 740 more words

Essays

Your Eyes...

Dearest Readers,
In this poem, I am writing about the story of Faramir and Éowyn. The perspective that you will be receiving in this post is that of Faramir. 349 more words

Poem

Eowyn: She is now Healed

Dear friends and readers, I promised when I put out my request for a Guestblog on Eowyn of Rohan that I would begin to publish them during the week beginning July 25th and here is the first one. 492 more words

J.R.R Tolkien

In the shadows of dark forests.

Forests have long been significant in literature. Dark, enchanted, haunted woods carry a special meaning and signify an important stage in any journey. They both – add up to the atmosphere of a story by making striking landscape features, and can help us understand characters and their doings better. 3,081 more words

Essay

Presenting the Winner of the Strangest Character Silmaril Award!

Mae govannen!

Today I’m pleased to have, filling in for me, one of the most eccentric but amiable persons in all of Middle-earth, well known for his yellow-boot-wearing tendencies and his joy in all things, prone to singing and talking in rhyme and often referring to himself in the third person. 992 more words

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Where I Suck at Book-Tube-A-Thon

BookTubeAThon is over and like last year I didn’t finish, didn’t update regularly and didn’t do any of the daily video or Instagram challenges, so disappointed in myself … Oh well. 443 more words

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