Which I suppose in some ways is a rather appropriate title since I have not been posting much on LJ since Brythen died. It is a big thing to adapt to, that. It needs some time.
But mostly the title is this thing I wrote. It's easier to write fiction.
It is another Return to Aman post-LOTR thing. I wrote it mostly because Return to Aman had 12 stories, and obviously it would be Very Wrong to finish a Tolkien series on the 13th story, so I decided to send Finrod on holiday with the hobbits. I don't know where the other bits came from, the characters seem to be mostly making their own decisions by this time. I feel faintly guilty that I wrote this as a series and it's ended up almost like chapters of one story. I didn't know it was going to do that! Also people commented to say it was philosophical, which was not my intent and confirms my suspicion that the whole thing has got out of hand.
I Will Not Say the Day Is Done
In which Maglor stays up all night, has breakfast with Elrohir and tests the truth of the Doom of the Noldor, Elrohir gives his opinion of the Shibboleth of Fëanor, Finrod Felagund goes on a walking holiday with hobbits in Eldamar and discusses Moria and his dissatisfaction with the Valar, Sam sees Elf-magic, and Elrond visits Nerdanel to discuss Silmarils.