[identity profile] ceshaughnessy.livejournal.com
Author: Cathleen
Title: The Eve of Efenniht
Rating: G
Theme: Believe It or Not!
Elements: Spooky
Beta: Dreamflower
Author's Notes: This is movie-verse due to the timeline regarding when the Fellowship left Rivendell. A very special “thank you” to my wonderful beta, Dreamflower, for all of her help in getting this story whipped into shape. I’ve found it is not always easy to incorporate our holidays into Middle-earth appropriate terms, but due to her wealth of knowledge Dreamflower was able to assist me in making this tale a great deal more believable!
Summary: The Fellowship shares stories about the ways they celebrated one of nature’s most important turning points.
Word Count: 4,890

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[identity profile] ceshaughnessy.livejournal.com
Author: Cathleen
Title: The Eve of Efenniht
Rating: G
Theme: Believe It or Not!
Elements: Spooky
Beta: Dreamflower
Author's Notes: This is movie-verse due to the timeline regarding when the Fellowship left Rivendell. A very special “thank you” to my wonderful beta, Dreamflower, for all of her help in getting this story whipped into shape. I’ve found it is not always easy to incorporate our holidays into Middle-earth appropriate terms, but due to her wealth of knowledge Dreamflower was able to assist me in making this tale a great deal more believable!
Summary: The Fellowship shares stories about the ways they celebrated one of nature’s most important turning points.
Word Count: 4,890

Read more )
[identity profile] ceshaughnessy.livejournal.com
Author: Cathleen
Title: The Eve of Efenniht
Rating: G
Theme: Believe It or Not!
Elements: Spooky
Beta: Dreamflower
Author's Notes: This is movie-verse due to the timeline regarding when the Fellowship left Rivendell. A very special “thank you” to my wonderful beta, Dreamflower, for all of her help in getting this story whipped into shape. I’ve found it is not always easy to incorporate our holidays into Middle-earth appropriate terms, but due to her wealth of knowledge Dreamflower was able to assist me in making this tale a great deal more believable!
Summary: The Fellowship shares stories about the ways they celebrated one of nature’s most important turning points.
Word Count: 4,890

Read more )
[identity profile] ceshaughnessy.livejournal.com
Author: Cathleen
Title: The Eve of Efenniht
Rating: G
Theme: Believe It or Not!
Elements: Spooky
Beta: Dreamflower
Author's Notes: This is movie-verse due to the timeline regarding when the Fellowship left Rivendell. A very special “thank you” to my wonderful beta, Dreamflower, for all of her help in getting this story whipped into shape. I’ve found it is not always easy to incorporate our holidays into Middle-earth appropriate terms, but due to her wealth of knowledge Dreamflower was able to assist me in making this tale a great deal more believable!
Summary: The Fellowship shares stories about the ways they celebrated one of nature’s most important turning points.
Word Count: 4,890

Read more )
dreamflower: gandalf at bag end (2010 Halloween MPTT)
[personal profile] dreamflower
The October Challenge stories, with the theme of "Believe It or Not!" have now been posted. The prompt for these stories was an adjective conveying a certain mood. Each story was to include a supernatural or unbelievable element. We’ve had fifteen entries so far.


2010 October Challenge: Believe It or Not!


On Purpose by Pearl Took Perhaps Hobbits aren't as innocent as we're led to believe.
"Grief" by Kaylee Arafinwiel After the war, a grieving son finds unlooked-for comfort in an unbelievable source.
"Northern Lights" by Shirebound A rare celestial event is seen in the Shire.
The Well by Keiliss A shadowy apparition helps Arwen and the twins resolve an old mystery.
Lingering Shadows by Linda Hoyland Faramir is worried that something is threatening his baby son and seeks Aragorn's help.
The Ghosts of Men by Paranoidangel The Men of the Mountains discuss their fate.
"A Rose Among Thorns" by Thevina What would be truly unexpected within Dwarvish society? Maybe someone like Dimvin.
Haunted by Antane Mayor Samwise thinks of the ghosts that inhabit the Shire.
The Omen by Ellynn Standing on Taniquetil, Varda and Manwë see an ill omen in the sky.
Hollow by Thundera Tiger Believe it or not, there are some forests that even Legolas cannot abide. And there are some caverns that even Gimli cannot endure. A gapfiller for the Grey Company and the Paths of the Dead.
When All Was Remade - by Larner They have all died, but now find themselves in an unfamiliar place, facing an unknown presence, each holding what he took with him into his death.
Dragonsblood by Dreamflower Bard the bowman slew Smaug, didn't he? Who would believe it could happen any other way?
Things That Have Not Yet Come to Pass by Levade Some things come back that really would have been better left alone. Life in Imladris is not as it should be, but what is causing the strange events?
Woman of the Secret Shadow by Armariel The story of Thuringwethil, and how she became the mother of all vampires.
Dreams Of a River by Wormwood
Who is dreaming who? With Faramir, Barahir and Boromir etc.


I hope you will check out the stories, and let the authors know how you liked them!

And authors, remember that late entries are always welcome!
dreamflower: gandalf at bag end (2010 Halloween MPTT)
[personal profile] dreamflower
The October Challenge stories, with the theme of "Believe It or Not!" have now been posted. The prompt for these stories was an adjective conveying a certain mood. Each story was to include a supernatural or unbelievable element. We’ve had fifteen entries so far.


2010 October Challenge: Believe It or Not!


On Purpose by Pearl Took Perhaps Hobbits aren't as innocent as we're led to believe.
"Grief" by Kaylee Arafinwiel After the war, a grieving son finds unlooked-for comfort in an unbelievable source.
"Northern Lights" by Shirebound A rare celestial event is seen in the Shire.
The Well by Keiliss A shadowy apparition helps Arwen and the twins resolve an old mystery.
Lingering Shadows by Linda Hoyland Faramir is worried that something is threatening his baby son and seeks Aragorn's help.
The Ghosts of Men by Paranoidangel The Men of the Mountains discuss their fate.
"A Rose Among Thorns" by Thevina What would be truly unexpected within Dwarvish society? Maybe someone like Dimvin.
Haunted by Antane Mayor Samwise thinks of the ghosts that inhabit the Shire.
The Omen by Ellynn Standing on Taniquetil, Varda and Manwë see an ill omen in the sky.
Hollow by Thundera Tiger Believe it or not, there are some forests that even Legolas cannot abide. And there are some caverns that even Gimli cannot endure. A gapfiller for the Grey Company and the Paths of the Dead.
When All Was Remade - by Larner They have all died, but now find themselves in an unfamiliar place, facing an unknown presence, each holding what he took with him into his death.
Dragonsblood by Dreamflower Bard the bowman slew Smaug, didn't he? Who would believe it could happen any other way?
Things That Have Not Yet Come to Pass by Levade Some things come back that really would have been better left alone. Life in Imladris is not as it should be, but what is causing the strange events?
Woman of the Secret Shadow by Armariel The story of Thuringwethil, and how she became the mother of all vampires.
Dreams Of a River by Wormwood
Who is dreaming who? With Faramir, Barahir and Boromir etc.


I hope you will check out the stories, and let the authors know how you liked them!

And authors, remember that late entries are always welcome!
dreamflower: gandalf at bag end (2010 Halloween MPTT)
[personal profile] dreamflower
The October Challenge stories, with the theme of "Believe It or Not!" have now been posted. The prompt for these stories was an adjective conveying a certain mood. Each story was to include a supernatural or unbelievable element. We’ve had fifteen entries so far.


2010 October Challenge: Believe It or Not!


On Purpose by Pearl Took Perhaps Hobbits aren't as innocent as we're led to believe.
"Grief" by Kaylee Arafinwiel After the war, a grieving son finds unlooked-for comfort in an unbelievable source.
"Northern Lights" by Shirebound A rare celestial event is seen in the Shire.
The Well by Keiliss A shadowy apparition helps Arwen and the twins resolve an old mystery.
Lingering Shadows by Linda Hoyland Faramir is worried that something is threatening his baby son and seeks Aragorn's help.
The Ghosts of Men by Paranoidangel The Men of the Mountains discuss their fate.
"A Rose Among Thorns" by Thevina What would be truly unexpected within Dwarvish society? Maybe someone like Dimvin.
Haunted by Antane Mayor Samwise thinks of the ghosts that inhabit the Shire.
The Omen by Ellynn Standing on Taniquetil, Varda and Manwë see an ill omen in the sky.
Hollow by Thundera Tiger Believe it or not, there are some forests that even Legolas cannot abide. And there are some caverns that even Gimli cannot endure. A gapfiller for the Grey Company and the Paths of the Dead.
When All Was Remade - by Larner They have all died, but now find themselves in an unfamiliar place, facing an unknown presence, each holding what he took with him into his death.
Dragonsblood by Dreamflower Bard the bowman slew Smaug, didn't he? Who would believe it could happen any other way?
Things That Have Not Yet Come to Pass by Levade Some things come back that really would have been better left alone. Life in Imladris is not as it should be, but what is causing the strange events?
Woman of the Secret Shadow by Armariel The story of Thuringwethil, and how she became the mother of all vampires.
Dreams Of a River by Wormwood
Who is dreaming who? With Faramir, Barahir and Boromir etc.


I hope you will check out the stories, and let the authors know how you liked them!

And authors, remember that late entries are always welcome!
dreamflower: gandalf at bag end (2010 Halloween MPTT)
[personal profile] dreamflower
The October Challenge stories, with the theme of "Believe It or Not!" have now been posted. The prompt for these stories was an adjective conveying a certain mood. Each story was to include a supernatural or unbelievable element. We’ve had fifteen entries so far.


2010 October Challenge: Believe It or Not!


On Purpose by Pearl Took Perhaps Hobbits aren't as innocent as we're led to believe.
"Grief" by Kaylee Arafinwiel After the war, a grieving son finds unlooked-for comfort in an unbelievable source.
"Northern Lights" by Shirebound A rare celestial event is seen in the Shire.
The Well by Keiliss A shadowy apparition helps Arwen and the twins resolve an old mystery.
Lingering Shadows by Linda Hoyland Faramir is worried that something is threatening his baby son and seeks Aragorn's help.
The Ghosts of Men by Paranoidangel The Men of the Mountains discuss their fate.
"A Rose Among Thorns" by Thevina What would be truly unexpected within Dwarvish society? Maybe someone like Dimvin.
Haunted by Antane Mayor Samwise thinks of the ghosts that inhabit the Shire.
The Omen by Ellynn Standing on Taniquetil, Varda and Manwë see an ill omen in the sky.
Hollow by Thundera Tiger Believe it or not, there are some forests that even Legolas cannot abide. And there are some caverns that even Gimli cannot endure. A gapfiller for the Grey Company and the Paths of the Dead.
When All Was Remade - by Larner They have all died, but now find themselves in an unfamiliar place, facing an unknown presence, each holding what he took with him into his death.
Dragonsblood by Dreamflower Bard the bowman slew Smaug, didn't he? Who would believe it could happen any other way?
Things That Have Not Yet Come to Pass by Levade Some things come back that really would have been better left alone. Life in Imladris is not as it should be, but what is causing the strange events?
Woman of the Secret Shadow by Armariel The story of Thuringwethil, and how she became the mother of all vampires.
Dreams Of a River by Wormwood
Who is dreaming who? With Faramir, Barahir and Boromir etc.


I hope you will check out the stories, and let the authors know how you liked them!

And authors, remember that late entries are always welcome!
[identity profile] armarielrozita.livejournal.com

Author: Armariel

Title: Woman of the Secret Shadow

Rating: PG-13

Theme: Believe it or Not

Elements: Chilling

Beta: None

Author's Notes: This story may be regarded as somewhat AU, since Thuringwethil, who is mentioned in the “Tale of Beren and Luthien”, is not actually described as a vampire, but merely appearing as one. However, I thought it would be fun and interesting to depict her as the first vampire. Those who have read “Journey out of Darkness” may recognize the character of Gaergath, who claims to be the son of Thuringwethil. Familiarity with that story is helpful but not necessary in order to understand this one.

Summary: The story of Thuringwethil, and how she became the mother of all vampires.

Word Count: 7,175
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[identity profile] armarielrozita.livejournal.com

Author: Armariel

Title: Woman of the Secret Shadow

Rating: PG-13

Theme: Believe it or Not

Elements: Chilling

Beta: None

Author's Notes: This story may be regarded as somewhat AU, since Thuringwethil, who is mentioned in the “Tale of Beren and Luthien”, is not actually described as a vampire, but merely appearing as one. However, I thought it would be fun and interesting to depict her as the first vampire. Those who have read “Journey out of Darkness” may recognize the character of Gaergath, who claims to be the son of Thuringwethil. Familiarity with that story is helpful but not necessary in order to understand this one.

Summary: The story of Thuringwethil, and how she became the mother of all vampires.

Word Count: 7,175
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[identity profile] armarielrozita.livejournal.com

Author: Armariel

Title: Woman of the Secret Shadow

Rating: PG-13

Theme: Believe it or Not

Elements: Chilling

Beta: None

Author's Notes: This story may be regarded as somewhat AU, since Thuringwethil, who is mentioned in the “Tale of Beren and Luthien”, is not actually described as a vampire, but merely appearing as one. However, I thought it would be fun and interesting to depict her as the first vampire. Those who have read “Journey out of Darkness” may recognize the character of Gaergath, who claims to be the son of Thuringwethil. Familiarity with that story is helpful but not necessary in order to understand this one.

Summary: The story of Thuringwethil, and how she became the mother of all vampires.

Word Count: 7,175
Read more... )

[identity profile] armarielrozita.livejournal.com

Author: Armariel

Title: Woman of the Secret Shadow

Rating: PG-13

Theme: Believe it or Not

Elements: Chilling

Beta: None

Author's Notes: This story may be regarded as somewhat AU, since Thuringwethil, who is mentioned in the “Tale of Beren and Luthien”, is not actually described as a vampire, but merely appearing as one. However, I thought it would be fun and interesting to depict her as the first vampire. Those who have read “Journey out of Darkness” may recognize the character of Gaergath, who claims to be the son of Thuringwethil. Familiarity with that story is helpful but not necessary in order to understand this one.

Summary: The story of Thuringwethil, and how she became the mother of all vampires.

Word Count: 7,175
Read more... )

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[personal profile] dreamflower
Author: Dreamflower
Title: Dragonsblood
Rating: PG-13 for violence
Theme: Believe it or not
Elements: The word gruesome.
Author's Notes: Much of the dialogue was taken from The Hobbit Chapter XIII, "Inside Information". The general sequence of events are taken from The History of The Hobbit: Part Two, Return to Bag End Chapter XI, "The Lonely Mountain: Plot Notes C" and is dealt with more fully in the end notes.
Summary: Bard the bowman slew Smaug, didn't he? Who would believe it could happen any other way?
Word Count: 1,193 (not including end notes)

Dragonsblood

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[personal profile] dreamflower
Author: Dreamflower
Title: Dragonsblood
Rating: PG-13 for violence
Theme: Believe it or not
Elements: The word gruesome.
Author's Notes: Much of the dialogue was taken from The Hobbit Chapter XIII, "Inside Information". The general sequence of events are taken from The History of The Hobbit: Part Two, Return to Bag End Chapter XI, "The Lonely Mountain: Plot Notes C" and is dealt with more fully in the end notes.
Summary: Bard the bowman slew Smaug, didn't he? Who would believe it could happen any other way?
Word Count: 1,193 (not including end notes)

Dragonsblood

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dreamflower: gandalf at bag end (Default)
[personal profile] dreamflower
Author: Dreamflower
Title: Dragonsblood
Rating: PG-13 for violence
Theme: Believe it or not
Elements: The word gruesome.
Author's Notes: Much of the dialogue was taken from The Hobbit Chapter XIII, "Inside Information". The general sequence of events are taken from The History of The Hobbit: Part Two, Return to Bag End Chapter XI, "The Lonely Mountain: Plot Notes C" and is dealt with more fully in the end notes.
Summary: Bard the bowman slew Smaug, didn't he? Who would believe it could happen any other way?
Word Count: 1,193 (not including end notes)

Dragonsblood

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dreamflower: gandalf at bag end (Default)
[personal profile] dreamflower
Author: Dreamflower
Title: Dragonsblood
Rating: PG-13 for violence
Theme: Believe it or not
Elements: The word gruesome.
Author's Notes: Much of the dialogue was taken from The Hobbit Chapter XIII, "Inside Information". The general sequence of events are taken from The History of The Hobbit: Part Two, Return to Bag End Chapter XI, "The Lonely Mountain: Plot Notes C" and is dealt with more fully in the end notes.
Summary: Bard the bowman slew Smaug, didn't he? Who would believe it could happen any other way?
Word Count: 1,193 (not including end notes)

Dragonsblood

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[personal profile] pearltook1
Author: Pearl Took
Title: On Purpose
Theme: Believe It Or Not
Elements: pale
Summary: Perhaps Hobbits aren't as innocent as we're led to believe.
Rating: G
Author's Notes:
Word Count: 1,439 (incl. A/N at end)

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[personal profile] pearltook1
Author: Pearl Took
Title: On Purpose
Theme: Believe It Or Not
Elements: pale
Summary: Perhaps Hobbits aren't as innocent as we're led to believe.
Rating: G
Author's Notes:
Word Count: 1,439 (incl. A/N at end)

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[personal profile] pearltook1
Author: Pearl Took
Title: On Purpose
Theme: Believe It Or Not
Elements: pale
Summary: Perhaps Hobbits aren't as innocent as we're led to believe.
Rating: G
Author's Notes:
Word Count: 1,439 (incl. A/N at end)

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[personal profile] pearltook1
Author: Pearl Took
Title: On Purpose
Theme: Believe It Or Not
Elements: pale
Summary: Perhaps Hobbits aren't as innocent as we're led to believe.
Rating: G
Author's Notes:
Word Count: 1,439 (incl. A/N at end)

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