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Review of chapter "And Then There Were Three..." from (Recent Donor)Luna
As you know I'm re-reading some of your Key series (and finishing ones I have yet to begin!) and I really, really love your depiction of the twins. Please continue to write about them!

Thank you for sharing this :)

EDIT: *smiles* The thoughts have been swirling for a little bit now...I do remember how much I miss my LOTR fandom writing...the only problem is there are elements of that story that I do not like (or rather, I had no problem with but got pointed out to me in reviews long ago and now I do not like them)...but I really would like to return to it... :)
Comments from author:
I have to admit that I enjoyed writing this - I really enjoy writing the twins, so there will, certainly, be more of them now and again.

Hmm - I wonder if this re-reading might stir your own 'twins and Dawn and slayers' muse? **Smiles hopefully.**
Review By [(Recent Donor)Luna] • Date [13 Jan 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "And Then There Were Three..." from Angwen
I know it's been a few weeks since you posted this one - BRAVO! Wickedly done. And made me look up 'heart-hammer' in Hiswelókë's.

I'm seeing several words for 'heart': gûr, noun, in the moral sense- counsel; gûren, noun, 'my heart', a term of endearment; hûn, noun, physical organ; and ind, noun, for inner thought and meaning.

Hammer only has one entry: dam.

So: gûr-dam, gûren-dam, or ind-dam (which I suspect would end up indam)? Personally, I'm partial to either 'indam' or 'gûrdam'. Thoughts? ^_^ I bet Atar Fiondil over at Stories of Arda could let us know if it's properly translated. He's a master of the languages... (you should totally check him out, awesome fics)
Comments from author:
I'm so glad that you like it even if it is a little wicked!

As for the word in question - I'm thinking 'indam' - as gûr seems to be more in the sense of 'take heart', or possibly hûndam - as hûn is also Sindarin for heart.

Of course, with their Noldor roots, within Imladris they might use some Quenya still, in which case they might use 'órenya' for heart - and either mix it with the Sindarin or use the Quenya for hammer as well - 'namba'. Although órenyanamba is a bit of a mouthful (Oops! Terrible pun!)...

I read a lot over at SoA - and totally agree about Fiondil's writing. I don't post there - I had a feeling that they didn't allow cross-overs - but looking again it doesn't actually say so and so perhaps Tindómë et al might be welcome after all - at least the stories that could be rated as 'R'.

Speaking of story ratings - I am about to post the first chapter of a new one - the first chapter is definitely adult - although the next few will be less so.
Review By [Angwen] • Date [11 Apr 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "And Then There Were Three..." from (Recent Donor)Luna
Ah, Tindome - the envy of all lotr fangirls right now ;)

Good story. I like how this is how her and Elladan got to a better point in their relationship. Also, this story totally made me want to ship Elrohir/Tondome/Elladan ;)
Comments from author:
I am really glad that you enjoyed this - but she is, certainly, going home to Rumil at the end of her winter visit! You can see, now, that she knew exactly what she was letting Faith in for at the end of 'Return of the Key' and in 'You Gotta Have Faith'!
Review By [(Recent Donor)Luna] • Date [11 Mar 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Antsy" from (Recent Donor)Luna
I was certainly not expecting this! But it was quite nice. Good for Tindome! :)
Comments from author:
I was a bit worried that writing these encounters might be a step too far - but I 'knew' she had, once, done this. (Possibly more than once - I leave that to the reader!)

Definitely in the new one I am writing, she is back with Rumil!
Review By [(Recent Donor)Luna] • Date [11 Mar 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "And Then There Were Three..." from (Past Donor)Joyful

I adored this.

I think I share Tindome's 'bright, inquiring mind,' because during part of that I found myself wondering if elves can get infections, since they don't usually get sick. Like UTIs or yeast infections, or other things that happen from messy sex if you don't clean up properly, lol. I tend to overthink things, lol.

This was great.
Comments from author:
I'm so glad that you enjoyed it. And a bright enquiring mind can only be a good thing!

I think the elves are fairly infection resistant - and their habit of bathing regularly and cleansing wounds etc, certainly helps...
Review By [(Past Donor)Joyful] • Date [10 Mar 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Antsy" from (Past Donor)Joyful
This was not what I was expecting, but I ADORE it! Can't wait for more.

I always wondered if she ever took them up on their offer.
Comments from author:
"This was not what I was expecting" - I'm pretty sure it's not what most people were expecting... which is why, I think, it was such fun to write. I have 'known' myself for a long time that this happened - I just had to work out the how and why!

I'm waiting for my beta to do the second half and then I'll post it - so hopefully over the next few days.
Review By [(Past Donor)Joyful] • Date [8 Mar 11] • Not Rated
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