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Heart's Ease by Linaewen

Author: Linaewen
Title: Heart's East
Rating: G
Theme: Hearts and Flowers
Elements: Lissuil/Lissuin
Author's Notes: Lissuin was a flower brought to Númenor from Tol Eressëa
Summary: A husband and wife name their newborn baby.
Word Count: 360 as counted by Jarte

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The Yule Raid - by Larner

Author: Larner
Title: The Yule Raid
Rating: PG
Theme: January Potluck, from a Yule Exchange prompt
Elements: How might those who remained within the Shire have managed to celebrate Yule during the Time of Troubles?
Author's Notes: I chose my own prompt, but found myself wondering how those who took part in the "Gathering and Sharing" might have celebrated Yule.
Summary: Otis Tunnely has his own ideas of how to offer Yule greetings to his sister's family during the time of Troubles.
Word Count: 659

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Author: Kaylee Arafinwiel
Title: Encounter at the Temple
Rating: PG
Theme: Hearts and Flowers
Elements: Water Lilies
Author's Notes: The Greenwood Temple is an invention of Emma’s and mine.
Summary: Returning from the War of the Last Alliance without his father, a young warrior sneaks off alone, and tries to take stock of his feelings now he’s fallen heir to all his beloved adar governed before.
Word Count: 562

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Guided by Starlight by Linaewen

Author: Linaewen
Title: Guided by Starlight
Rating: G
Theme: The Stars at Night
Elements: Wilwarin (Cassiopeia)
Author's Notes: This prompt was originally for the 2017 October Challenge.
Summary: Boromir credits Mithrandir and Wilwarin for guiding him on his way.
Word Count: 331 as counted by Jarte

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The February Challenge will have the theme "Hearts and Flowers". Stories need not have a romantic theme but should contain reference to the heart and particular flower allocated to each writer. Elements for the challenge will be flowers . . . some particular to Tolkien's universe and some not.

The February challenge stories may be posted to the moderation queue at any time prior to the reveal date, and will be revealed on 28, February, 2018. Please tag your story "Challenge: Hearts and Flowers" and “February: 2018”. Please remember to use the following header template (also found on the community profile page), and to put the name of your story and your name in the subject line.

Author's Notes:
Word Count:

All stories must be placed behind an lj cut.

To request your elements, please leave a comment to this post. If you have not participated before, please leave an email address so that I can send you your elements. Or you can email me at priorycubs@hotmail.com .

I apologise for the late posting (I'm still getting the hang of this) but I hope we'll have lots of participants for our February challenge!
Author: Larner
Title: In Grief at the Loss of Telperion
Rating: PG
Theme: The Stars at Night
Elements: I chose for myself, the Moon
Author's Notes: For the Master's birthday as well as that for Lindelea, and in thanks for the gift I've had of Larner's Man-in-the-Moon, better known as Tilion.
Summary: Why was it that the Fellowship did not see the Moon during their time of rest in Lothlórien?
Word Count: 1,654

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2018 January Potluck Challenge

My sincere apologies for this very late posting of the Potluck Challenge! Due to the lateness of this challenge, the due date will extend into February. However, we will still have February's challenge, hopefully with a more timely announcement!

Welcome to the 2017 January Potluck Challenge! For those of you who are new to this challenge, it's where we (1) give you a chance to finish up and post any challenges you did not finish during 2017, or (2) give you a chance at some of the prompts that did not get used during the past year or (3) both.

To join in, simply choose your prompt and claim it by leaving a comment on this post. More than one person may claim a prompt. In addition, you are not limited to just one prompt. You may claim as many as you like; we do ask that you put each claim in a separate comment, as it will help us keep track of things better. If you want to, you may claim a prompt, finish it and then claim another. You may also comment to say if you are finishing up a story from previous challenges. As the mods notice claims coming in, we will strike them from the list, if that month calls for it.

Your stories will be due in the moderator's queue by Friday, February 9, and will be unlocked on Monday, February 12. Please tag your story "month: 2018 January" and "annual challenge: potluck". Please remember to use the following header template (also found on the community profile page), and to put the name of your story and your name in the subject line.

If you have any questions, please comment here or e-mail the mods at manypaths@lotrgfic.com.

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Author name: Dreamflower (dreamflower02)
Recipient's name:Larner (blslarner)
Title: The Search for the Perfect Gift
Rating: G
Request: "I'd love to see Frodo asking for advice regarding the best Yule present to give someone he loves, and receiving absolutely the worst suggestions possible." (I hope this fills your request, even though some of the suggestions aren't awful. Just not right.)
Author's notes: This story is a drabble set of nineteen 100 word drabbles, not including the titles, sub-titles or drabble numbers. Frodo is 21, just entering adolescence for hobbits, while Sam and Folco are nine, about the maturity of a human 6-year-old, but with three years of extra experience.
Summary: Frodo worries about the perfect Yule gift for Uncle Bilbo, now that he's been adopted by him.

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Author name: Linaewen
Recipient's name: Shirebound
Title: Special Delivery
Rating: G
Request: After the War of the Ring, there were probably many letters and packages sent between the Shire and Gondor/Rohan. Tolkien writes of a Shire Postmaster and Messenger Service. What did the Shire Post delivery-hobbits -- especially those who still might not accept that a King had returned or who had never wondered about happenings outside the Shire -- think about or react to Royal Mail? Did their families even believe them when told about it?
Summary: A special delivery package from Gondor arrives at the Hobbiton Post Office, creating a stir among the delivery-hobbits working there.Special DeliveryCollapse )
Author name: Shirebound
Recipient's name: Dreamflower02
Title: The Memory Tree
Rating: G
Request: “The first Yule that Bilbo and Frodo spend together after Bilbo adopts Frodo. It can be at Bag End or they can be visiting other kinfolk.”
Word Count: 1512
Summary: After many years, Bilbo and Frodo resume a sweet tradition.

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