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Formegil
07/13/20 02:07 pm
Hi, Karlmir! How are you? Yeah, I got some new ideas and you know what it means - the itch to write goes away only by typing :D Also, maybe I will rewrite one or two of my earliesr fics.
Karlmir Stonewain
07/13/20 01:07 pm
Hi, Formegil! Nice to see you active again.
Formegil
07/13/20 08:36 am
Welcome, Caranor!
Formegil
07/13/20 08:36 am
Thanks, Spiced Wine, good that you enjoyed it! I replied a bit more in length to your review.
Spiced Wine
07/12/20 04:33 pm
Welcome, Caranor :)
curiouswombat
07/11/20 05:25 pm
Thank you!
Spiced Wine
07/11/20 01:34 pm
@CuriousWombat. I’m so glad to know that, and I am sure it’ll be a lovely day for them at last :)
Spiced Wine
07/11/20 01:33 pm
That’s good, Formegil, and I loved your last fic!
Formegil
07/11/20 07:55 am
Nice to weekend to all! Seems I'm back writing fanfic for a bit, as ideas and summer vacation happily coincided :D
curiouswombat
07/10/20 11:40 pm
We are okay. My daughter's wedding that was finally cancelled by lockdown (should have been March 28th) is to be on August 28th as our island is currently covid-free :)
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Name: NelyafinweFeanorion (Signed) · Date: February 16, 2019 3:32 · For: Islands of Warmth in a Sea of Cold
what a sweet series of stories for a winter's night! Travels through Arda and glimpses of its freezing denizens. Peaceful, warm and cozy.

Author's Response: Thanks so much for your review, Nelyafinwe. I have planned a sequel to this story titled Digging Out. It will feature lots of folks dealing with the aftermath of the snowstorm, as well as more scenes of nighttime snuggling.


Name: Chiara Cadrich (Signed) · Date: January 17, 2018 23:09 · For: Islands of Warmth in a Sea of Cold
A brilliant tour of western Snowy middle-earth. What about a Dunlending or Wose chapter ?

Author's Response: I was actually going to include scenes from Emyn Arnen (Faramir & Éowyn) and Edoras (Eomer and Lothiriel, but I thought it would be a bit redundant. Instead, I'm working on a sequel in which some other ME characters are dealing with the aftermath of the storm. Thank you for your attention and support.


Name: Gabriel (Signed) · Date: January 15, 2018 4:22 · For: Islands of Warmth in a Sea of Cold
Hi Karlmir! I saw your story sitting there with no reviews in the 'most recents' and thought, 'I'll have to change that.' :)

I must say I really enjoyed this!

There's nothing more wonderful than being warm, cozy and safe on a cold and stormy night and sharing it with someone you love.

I liked all these little stories. but I think if I had to choose, my favorite would be the King and Queen. Not at all immune to having to resort to unseemly bed attire and uncharacteristic methods of keeping warm. They are just like anyone else.

Thank you for sharing. :)

Author's Response: Thank you very much, Gabriel. I drew my inspiration for this story from the severe winter weather this region experienced during December and January. There were frequent snowfalls and periods of bone-chilling cold. What could be more comforting during times like this than a hot woodstove, thick bedcovers and a warm partner to snuggle against?


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