I wrote a new story! :) It's a modern day-Hobbit related story, about 6000 words, devided into 4 chapters. Does anyone have time to check my grammar and polish my not so perfect translation? There are no deadlines, so there is no hurry. :)
Well, we didn't have to wait 6 years more till the next story! :D I still can't say how regular my writing will be in the future, but I hope I won't have a long pause again... :)
Word count: 484
Notes: Thanks to Cairistiona for beta reading. *hugs*
"...they came at last to the end of the living lands, and began to pass into the desolation that lay before the gates of the Pass of Cirith Gorgor; and they could descry the marshes and the desert that stretched north and west to the Emyn Muil. So desolate were those places and so deep the horror that lay on them that some of the host were unmanned, and they could neither walk nor ride further north." (Return of the King, Chapter 10 – The Black Gate Opens) Hmmm... Desolate. Deep the horror. Let's see how it might have been...
Well. After six years and four months, I wrote a new story. :) And I can thank it to recent watching Fellowship of the Ring. :)
The Last Visit to Moria
Notes: Inspired by a scene in the movie in which a troll breaks Balin's tomb. There is nothing in Tolkien's writings that says that Dwalin had a son; but also, there is nothing that says that he did not have a son. Therefore, I created a character of Dwalin's son for this story. Moria = Black Chasm (in Elvish) Thanks to Cairistiona for beta-reading. * hugs *
Summary: A year after The War of the Ring, Gimli visits Moria one last time to fulfil one important task.