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Light from the West by Armariel Teen
Companion-piece to "Anemone" and "Bear Me Away". Frodo uses his star-glass to tell Sam of his life in the Blessed Realm.
Mother Morgoth by Quantumphysica General Audiences
Exchange programs are an exciting and fun way to get to know different cultures and make new friends... right? Prepare...
Fables of Faramir and Family by Linda Hoyland General Audiences
A selection of short pieces mostly written for challenges concerning Faramir and his family and friends.
All The King's Men by Alpha Ori Explicit
All The King’s Men. Join the new High King, his Herald and Constables, on a perilous journey towards knowledge and...
Approaching Rivendell by Winterwitch General Audiences
100 drabbles with Elrond Half-Elven trough the ages, focussing on the creation of and the living in Rivendell.
Breaking the Rapids by Tawariell Explicit
Deep in the heart of Mirkwood forest resides the elf Aruiniel. A sister, fighter, and revered member of the rafting crew...
Arcane Land collection by Veveco General Audiences
A series of illustrations for a journey to Arcane Land and beyond - inspired by Alpha Ori's saga featuring Legolas and Glorfindel.

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Curufin and the Man That Got Away. by Glorfindel Mature
Curufin loves the feel of a man's stubble, so can he persuade Beren to spend the night with him, instead of rescuing Luthien? Celegorm...

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Anwyn
08/30/14 04:24 am
I also saw a girl wearing a beautiful Ecthelion of the Fountain costume she had made, I knew EXACTLY who she was but for the life of me I could not think of it at right that moment, naturally.
Anwyn
08/30/14 04:13 am
But I spent all of today geeking out and being a shameless fangirl at one of the biggest Cons in North America so you know...work hard to have fun!
Anwyn
08/30/14 04:12 am
It's a long weekend in Canada! We don't typically share our long weekends and our Thanksgiving is about a month earlier, lol. It's not a long weekend for me, though, I am working it
Mindirith
08/30/14 04:02 am
Happy weekend everyone!
Mindirith
08/30/14 04:01 am
Monday is Labor Day, a day that almost everyone is off of work.
Alpha Ori
08/29/14 11:56 pm
Oh? What's the long weekend about?
Spiced Wine
08/29/14 11:15 pm
Happy Friday, every-one, and for you peeps in the US, it's a long weekend, I think? Hope you have a good one!
Spiced Wine
08/28/14 05:12 pm
@ Mindirith; Esteliel told me that - but about the posted stuff not going through, I am unsure; it just seems to me if the host is a bit *iffy* it might not pick up some posts.
Mindirith
08/28/14 03:57 pm
@Spiced Thanks for the explanation!
Alpha Ori
08/28/14 02:25 pm
@Naledi. Glad you liked the boys. I am not especially happy with Rafno - but there you go. I will redo him at some point in the future.
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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

Welcome to Faerie, an archive for Tolkien fanfiction. We welcome all sorts of stories, poetry and non-fiction writing, regardless of genre, rating or pairing.



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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

Back To Middle-earth Month

As many of you already know, March is the The Silmarillion Writers Guild Back to Middle-earth Month.
The prompts for this year are already up, and it looks like a very productive and exciting time.
Authors who take part are welcome to post their work here after it has been revealed on the SWG.
by Spiced Wine on January 13, 2014 9:27

The Fandom Snowflake Challenge

Come and join The Fandom Snowflake Challenge.

'Every day for the first 15 days of January, we're going to post a fannish challenge. It could be something as simple as reccing fanworks to talking about what you love about fandom. Follow the instructions to complete the challenge. Sometimes you'll be asked to post to your own journal and drop a link in the challenge post. Sometimes you'll just need to say "I did it!" in the comments of the challenge post.

Only do the challenges you're comfortable with. No one is keeping track, no one is going to give you grief if you don't complete a particular challenge. The point is to stretch your boundaries, but not at the expense of stressing you out...And even though the challenge is being hosted on DW, please feel free to comment anonymously and signing your name if you don't have a DW account, or signing in with OpenID, which let's you use your LJ (and other platform) credentials to comment. We'd love for everyone to participate regardless of what platform you use - DW or LJ or Tumblr or Twitter or dA or Mibba or FanFiction.net or archives or mailing lists or old-school BBS.
by Spiced Wine on December 30, 2013 22:17

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