From the author of the Arwen Trilogy. The Dark Lord Sauron has put into motion events that will unleash a monster upon the house of King Thranduil. A creature the likes of which have never before been seen in Middle-earth; one that nobody is prepared to face. (A LotR / Aliens crossover.)
The Elf-lords suspected that Annatar's gifts were perilous. BUt when Celebrimbor summons them to an urgent council, the leaders of the Elder Kindred feel bound to honour the Lord.
A short account of Gildor Inglorian and his family. How he came to sail West, and the pain behind his parting. An epilogue at the end, on which I hope to write my sequel from.
The trio journeys to the Tourney grounds only to find Elrond posing as an actor by the name of Hugo Weaving.
Kali finds the King and she finds something unexpected, he doesn't think she is crazy. What will his decision be about her and Nate?
Katrina woke to find herself on her side. A pain tore at her back. She couldn?t see clearly, her eyes were swollen. Cool, steady hands touched her back, they did not burn as many others did. They were wet, she realized, and then she felt the darkness over come her again as a hand passed over her eyes...
THE LORD OF THE RINGS MEETS ... INDIANA JONES, STAR WARS, HARRY POTTER, AND WHAT ABOUT BOB? This is going to be interesting...
The tears and depression that had consumed her for the past day and a half slowly gave way to greater thoughts: the newfound hope of Numenor, and pride for Isildur’s bravery. For though she still knew little about the wounded man, his deed had given her a surprising insight into his character and she almost felt as if she knew him, and was proud of him for what he had done.
"Oh, but it is. It also ahs the power to heal others when they are mortally wounded. It can also save all elves or kill each and every one of them. "That's awful." Silvren gasped in horror.
You may think that a story based on Tolkien's works in space is a little bit crazy and wrong, but please give it a go - you can't resist reading about a spaceship do battle against Morgoth, can you? Intrigued? I should think so. Click to read more!
Ladril was alone in the midst of enemies and Shastan was going to die. ...But there had to be a way he could change this. There had to be a way he could fix things.
From the author of the Arwen Trilogy. Also titled "Whatever Happened to Bill the Pony; the Long Awaited Conclusion." The end of Bill the pony's long quest, as told from Bill's point of view. Ties in with Chapter 22 of "Storm Front".
A weird combination - Tolkien and outer space in the future. Believe it or not, I think it ties in well with the background, but that's for you to decide. Click to read more, and you will find many a treat - you can't resist reading about a spaceship do battle against Morgoth, can you?
Elrond’s face grew taunt and his jaw became locked at the prince’s words, he had hoped that Silvren’s rejection would have been the end of it and she would in turn marry Glorfindel, but he knew he should have known better. Elrond turned from the pathway and strode back towards the house, not knowing what he was going to do and forgetting his conversation with the old wizard for the moment. Gandalf smiled to himself as he watch the young elves for a few silent moments and then turned to follow Elrond into the house, a smile still upon his old wrinkled face. “So, it is as I thought.” he murmured to himself and disappeared into the shadows of the house.
Ariane looked down into the pool of icy water at her reflection, but gasped - for the face she saw there she did not know. The delicate face she saw was sad-looking and adorned with a crown of messy dark hair laced with snow. The light in the Elf's violet eyes was extinguished, and a hot tear streamed down its rosy cheeks. Its ears were roughly stitched together. A drop of blood fell off its quivering lips, disturbing the reflection, and making tiny crimson and silver ripples.