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A Tale of Two Dragons by Linda Hoyland General Audiences
Aragorn tells Eldarion a bedtime story.
West of the Moon, East of the Sun by Armariel Teen
Sequel to "Light from the West"--the story of the reunion of Sam and Frodo. Been done before, of course, but not like this.:)
When Everything Stopped Making Sense by Ndil General Audiences
A ring can represent practically anything. Undying love, a silent promise, real friendship, commitment, but also nobility...
The Price of Memory by Encairion Mature
Sequel to The Price of Duty.  The continuation of Erestor and Lindir's tale into the Second and Third Age, and the beginning...
The fallen one by Nuredhel Explicit
For the one bold enough to defy the will of his dark master Death is certain, or is it? Can Destiny provide him With a second...
Trial and Error by Winterwitch General Audiences
Merry and Pippin love to eat, love to cook, and love to try out new recipes. Sometimes, this is not as easy as it looks.
The green book of Tuckburough by Chiara Cadrich Teen
How a wizard boxed the Old Took's ears and have him meet my mother, by Belladonna Took. Gerontius Took, a saucy and irreverent...

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Oaths of Allegiance by Linda Hoyland General Audiences
 Faramir takes an oath of fealty to two very different liege lords.

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Caunedhiel
11/23/14 11:58 pm
@Ziggy & @Spiced Wine thank you guys **hugs** x
ziggy
11/23/14 10:56 pm
@Caunedhiel- GOOD LUCK sweetie. Big hug
ziggy
11/23/14 10:56 pm
@cheekybeak and Encairion- you are so nice to say that. xx Encairion writes a pretty damn good Erestor too! And go and read Keiliss- she's a wonderful writer.
Spiced Wine
11/23/14 09:56 pm
Very best of luck, Caunedhiel!
Caunedhiel
11/23/14 09:45 pm
thanks Naledi me too :)
Naledi
11/23/14 09:03 pm
Good luck Caunedhiel! I hope it's good news!
Caunedhiel
11/23/14 08:53 pm
wish me luck i hear back whether or not i get a job tomorow. im so nervous need this badly xx
cheekybeak
11/23/14 07:33 pm
Riraito. I found the names ok......until the men showed up. Then it all got out of control. There are so many of them and their names all look the same!
Spiced Wine
11/23/14 05:42 pm
Tolkien didn't describe what they looked like very much, apart from some hair colours, so it's up to fans to decide d;-)
Spiced Wine
11/23/14 05:41 pm
Oh, that's easy, Riraito - all the Noldor are dark. Except the one's who aren't. :D Maedhros, red-haired, Celegorm possibly fair-haired, but who knows? Finarfin and all his children blond.
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It is the mark of a good fairy-story, of the higher or more complete kind, that however wild its events, however fantastic or terrible the adventures, it can give to child or man that hears it, when the “turn” comes, a catch of the breath, a beat and lifting of the heart, near to (or indeed accompanied by) tears, as keen as that given by any form of literary art, and having a peculiar quality.
J.R.R. Tolkien, On Fairy-Stories

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Multiple Uploads

Hello, every-one.

This news item has been up a few times before, but ends up getting buried by others, so:

Could all authors please upload/update no more than two stories twice a week on non-consecutive days. For example, Sunday and Wednesday.

Some people only update once every few weeks or longer, and they deserve that their update (or new story) spend time on the 'Most Recent', which is often the first thing a visitor sees. Please do not flood the front page with stories as it is unfair on other members. Courtesy is key and what we aim for on Faerie.

Please see No 7 on the Rules. Thank-you!

Siān
by Spiced Wine on October 04, 2014 19:18

The Closure of HASA

As some of you may know, the long-running Henneth Annun Story Archive will be closing at the end of the year. Please read the full article on HASA here.

This is very sad news. If any-one who reads this knows authors who post at HASA, or who used to and then left the fandom, perhaps you could try to let them know? They may wish to save their stories, even though they are no longer in the Tolkien fandom.

If you have stories and reviews on HASA, please feel free to post them on Faerie, and upload reviews if you wish. Reviews can never be replaced.

This is a good time to be grateful to the owner-admins of sites like HASA, SWG, MPTT, and of course, Faerie, who build these wonderful archives.
 
by Spiced Wine on September 15, 2014 20:24

Spam Reviews

Hi every-one.
There has been a couple more spam reviews, this time to an anonymous account that I cannot trace back. If you get any of these spam reviews, could you, if you have time, check the name of the spammer. If it is a clickable link, it will go back to the spammers bio page, where it will show how many spam reviews they have posted. If there are a few could you let me know? The last time we got spam-bombed, I kept the spammers bio page open and just kept clicking on their spam reviews and deleting them. I can't do this if the spammer is anonymous, unfortunately, but you can still delete their reviews (or I will if you wish). Many thanks.
Siān.
by Spiced Wine on June 11, 2014 10:39

Use of Images

Hello all, People have asked about the use of images before, but ages ago, so I thought it should be addressed again, because we have new members coming in.

People like to use images in their stories (including me). But there are a couple of rules that really should be followed for the benefit of every member.

1). Please use images only in the space you control
Story notes, content, chapter notes, or your bio page can all be used. Please don't post images on public space; images load more slowly than text, and can impact on readership and layout.

2. Use of art not your own.
If you use art which is not yours, please link to the artist under the image. This is only fair. Artists spend a lot of time on their work, and we need to acknowledge that and them. I hope it leads to greater views for them, commissions, sales, support etc. If you can't find the source, then try ImagesGoogle.com where you can drag a picture to search.

Many thanks. :)
by Spiced Wine on June 03, 2014 20:09

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