3rd Blogiversary!

Happy Birthday!

Blog Established: 8, July 2013

Unbelievable. Yesterday was year number 3 since the creation of this blog.

What an amazing 36 months it’s been. Posts come and go (perhaps not as often as they once did), but what made this whole blogging experience so amazing was your contribution as readers and followers.

A massive thanks for keeping up with my crazy posts, commenting, liking and sharing.

I’m always thinking of what to write about next; and whilst real-life duties take away from the time spent writing, I’m still looking forward to future posts.

Thank you once again for your loyalty and support!

New post coming soon …

(Now where’s that birthday cake?)

 

The Magic of sharing Middle-earth with others

Hobbiton (The Shire)

We’ve all been in that frustrating situation when you are trying to convince friends and family to join you in a single sitting of your favourite films. Many adamantly refuse your requests; others give in after much persuasion; whilst some, very rarely, are on board after witnessing your passionate display for the film in question. Continue reading

A Tolkienist’s Perspective Celebrates 2 Years!

A Tolkienists Perspective (header)

Two Years On . . . 

On a particularly inspiring summer’s day in 2013, I decided I wanted to share with the world my passion for Tolkien.

I always wanted to discuss with other like-minded individuals the extraordinary qualities of his work and the beauties of the film adaptations.

Seeing how severely limited I was at finding people in my area who share the same interests, I timidly considered the online community.

After much brooding and thought, at 17:45pm on 8 July, I created a WordPress account, wrote my first post and A Tolkienist’s Perspective was born. Continue reading

Celebrating One Year of Blogging!

Header (One Year)

It’s been exactly one year since I wrote my first post for this blog (‘The Journey Begins!’).

Back then I was uncertain how things would develop and I certainly couldn’t see myself still writing about Tolkien 12 months later.

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