Lindariel was woke mid-morning by Morurty. She grinned at her. “Mistress Mekrunt told me to give you these,” she said, holding out a set of black robes. “Though I’m not… Continue reading
“Ergon was of human race, keen in eye, fair in face; Thallasai born of elf folk fair, eyes of blue, long gold hair…”
“High cliffs upon both sides, and ahead were two sheer hills, blacked-boned and bare. They were the Teeth of Mordor, two towers strong and tall, and they were not left unguarded…”
Anne Marie Gazzolo explores the nature of Tolkien’s Valar, who serve as unseen “guardian angels” of Frodo and Sam’s Quest.
Enjoy this overview by Carolyn Emerick about the origin of fairies in mythology and folklore, as well as the various “enchanted entrance ways” set aside from magical creatures.
“An idea formed in her mind, and she rushed to her room to prepare. It would be risky, but it would be worth it even if it was just to get to see Frodo…” (Rated: G)