Tag: LoTR

Aug 22 2015

#boutofbooks 14 day 6 Roadtrip with @S_InWonderland and a #GrammarPolice

A5. My favorite mythical creature is a dragon. #boutofbooks — J Lenni Dorner (@JLenniDorner) August 22, 2015 A6. #boutofbooks Books I surprised me by how much <3 The Other Normals https://t.co/z0m9mbp9MN and Red Queen https://t.co/1M4gZannKQ — J Lenni Dorner (@JLenniDorner) August 22, 2015 A7. #boutofbooks It's not about how many pages you read, it's about how …

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Dec 16 2014

Expressing Myself with Gollum from LoTR

    My favorite LoTR character in the movies is Gollum, originally known as Sméagol (or Trahald). He’s interesting, unique, and unmistakable for anyone else. This pop-culture icon is known all over for the simple phrase, “My Precious.” It takes a rare character to be so memorable with only two words. That’s something to strive for …

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Dec 14 2014

Sunday Seven Has Second Breakfast for a Hobbit of LoTR

  A list of seven of something- brought to you on Sunday. What can you add?   In the books, Hobbits have six meals on a good day. In the Peter Jackson LoTR movies, Pippin separates dinner and supper, creating a seventh meal. 7:00am – Breakfast 9:00am – Second Breakfast 11:00am – Elevenses 1:00pm – …

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Jul 28 2014

Express Yourself My Precious

  Andy Serkis

Jul 13 2014

Cooking a Gender Stereotype this Sunday Seven

A list of seven of something- brought to you on Sunday. What can you add?   While shopping, it was overheard that a young boy said he did not want a “Lord of the Rings Frodo’s Cooking Corner Lego playset” because cooking is for girls. The teenager accompanying the boy responded that Frodo isn’t a …

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Jul 01 2014

Learn from Anonymous Beta Readers #writetip

Special thanks to: Tony, Elliot, Keryn, Cab, Brie, Nicki, Dan, Chris, Pepper, Lianne, Seth, Chris, Rachel, and S.   I am grateful for the opportunity to have witnessed a feedback session done by a group of strangers. It is very interesting to learn how some minds perceive a story.   What I learned:   1- …

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