Aerlinniel, it is against this site's policy to post someone else's fiction, even with their consent. Would you like me to set up a separate account for Cerae's work?
Author's Response: Yes, that would be very much appreciated. I was going to take them down permanently, but this seems to be a better idea. Thanks!
You appear to have posted this series twice. Also, is Blood of Our People part of it? It looks as if it should be. And welcome to LotRfanfiction.
It's the funniest thing I've read in a long time. However, there are grammar-related Mini-Nazgul floating around, ie "[the] Ice Cream-Nazgul, who were muttering about how he had nothing matching".
I like the connection of Galadriel with Cruella through the coat. Also, your narrative voice is fresh and Pratchett-like.
A very good ending!
At last we know how they passed the time on the long walk! Is there a sequel where the hobbits share their mushrooms?
Author's Response: Curse you for the Nuzgul, because now I really think mayhap there should be...!
That was charming in very much the same way that As You Like It is (except that Aragorn seems a lot savvier than Orlando, and rightly so).
The second person fic is new to me. Is that what PWP means? I really do like the idea of elves shopping for wooden furniture.
Your story is elegant, and in the larger context, sad. I've often wondered what the Avarin elves must have thought about the Noldor -- what Mithrellas says about Galadriel's resistance to change is great.
Oh, charming. Also a little sad, in an excellent way.
I like it that you made her act like a realistic survivor of child abuse in this chapter. Kudos for the thoughtful characterization.
This is exactly the story that I have been wanting to read. I feel that there is a sequel to be written starring the Librarian.
It's very stirring. I really like the use of color and sound words. My one quibble is that "There were some that resisted" would be better grammatically.
Author's Response: *tsk* That is a very good point...yeah. Yeah, you\'re absolutely right. But I don\'t know if it\'s just that I\'ve been too familiarized with \"who\" or what it is, but I just don\'t think it has the same powerful ring (no pun intended). But yeah, it really would be, blast it all...stupid poetry. Anyway, thank you!
This was always one of my favorite scenes of the myth. I prefer the non-movie version where he doesn't make it to the fall of Troy, though. Yours is very vivid.
This story cracked me up. My favorite phrase: "The Golden Wood." *Snicker!* Hmm . . . The Tower of Barad-dur? of Ecthelion? Long live pornody!
What a narrow escape! I like how you made the Mary Sue fit into their worldview -- of course she would be a creature of Saruman's.
Author's Response: Or was she?! Dun dundun! Maybe she was just an \"innocent\" girl who \"fell\" and ME and--POOF! Dead! Oh, the poor thing! Mwahaha! ;)
This is really funny so far.
I really like the Mary Sue bestiary, particularly Hobbit Sue's "no intelligible language".
It's charming, but perhaps it should be called Dona Nobis Pacem, since it doesn't seem to have a Donna in it.