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> Little Jewel-(T)
Little Jewel, who hails from Ireland, became a Tolkien member with the
short story, "Fire", September 14,
Bonds of Friendship
Set early on in the Fourth Age.
"While walking with Aragorn through the forest of
Ithilien, Legolas realises that there is something bothering his
friend. Can he help Aragorn to understand that somethings cannot be
explained and must be felt with the heart? "
Aragorn, Legolas, Arwen, Eldarion, Gimli,
Éowyn, Faramir, Elboron.
multiplies the good in life and divides its evils. Strive to have
friends, for life without friends is like life on a desert island... to
find one real friend in a lifetime is good fortune; to keep him is a
blessing. Remember that the most valuable antiques are dear old friends."
To my dear ‘old’
Feb. 26, 2017 emailed. Posted Feb. 27, 2017
If one day you feel like crying,
I can’t promise to make you laugh,
but I am willing to cry with you.
Letter from Little Jewel-(T)
September 6, 2017
I have always enjoyed reading Lord of the Rings
fanfiction, especially on Valar Guild and even more so when I
began writing it myself. But recently my life has taken a rather
unexpected turn down a path I never imagined it would. It is not a bad
path, but it will be a hard, difficult and unforgiving road, one that
will not wait, but one that I must take the chance on. I feel that this
option is the best for me, but it will require all of my time and
It is with regret that I have
made the decision to break away from writing for as long as it takes me
to reach my goals and chase down my dreams. Please do not think badly
of me. This is not a decision I made lightly. I have thought long
and hard about it and have decided that this is the best decision for
me, as a person to achieve what I want, get to where I want to go and
become the person I want to be.
My stories will be removed from Valar
Guild, but do not be
alarmed, I am in no way upset with this site. It is by far the best for
the wonderful works by authors who are fans of J.R.R Tolkien.
Perhaps I will return someday to
this world of fanfiction, I
pray this is the case. But for now, for me, I need to take a complete
break away from my writing.
Thank you to all.
I have thought it through and I would like all, but the Bonds of
to be taken down if you do not mind. That is the one
that I still love and have not the heart to take it down.
I read Lord of the
Rings when I was about thirteen and then the Hobbit. I saw the movies (Peter
Jackson) once I had finished the books. By that stage I had developed a
very strong love for Tolkien’s works.
I was fifteen when I first ever thought of writing my own
story based in Middle-earth. I hope people will enjoy the stories that
my imagination has conjured up.
The main AU is that Gilraen
dies early leaving Aragorn depending on Elrond who adopts him, as
stated in Tolkien’s works.
There is very little history given about
Mirkwood/Greenwood or about Thranduil, his father, Oropher or his
family in LotR. Some of the information that is given
occasionally seems to contradict itself. Therefore with great
thanks to Siobhan and Cassia, the creators of the wonderful Mellon
Chronicles, I have been given permission to use their
version of Mirkwood, its ways, customs and politics, as well as some of
the characters from the Mellon
Please do not flame me for using the Mellon Chronicles characters,
I have asked and obtained permission to use them.
Language Notes are at the bottom of this page, as some Elvish
is used without explanation, as certain words are quite commonly used
in these series.
Betaing by Eryniel
130-Elladan and Elrohir born
2931-Aragorn born, March 1st
Ada = Dad/Daddy
Adan, Edaín = Man singular
(Mankind), Men plural (Mankind) (Silmarillion
Index of Names, see Atani) -Varda
Adar = Father
adûn = west, westward. Used here in the sense of
anno = yield
ion-nin = My son
iell nin = my
Lasgalen = another name for Mirkwood
mellon = friend
mellyn = friends
Nanath = Mother
penneth = young
Ú-vaur gosto. Losto, hên.
= There is no need to fear. Sleep, child.
Losto vae, penneth; le mae dirnen
hí. = Rest/Sleep well, young one; you are well guarded