(P.S. Fake pipe – I do not smoke. The intriguing expression is real though …)
Celebrating Tolkien and His Timeless Works
On the 25th of March, Year 3019 of the Third Age, the One Ring was destroyed in the depths of Mount Doom – bringing an end to the dominion of Sauron and the heralding the liberation of Middle-earth.
In our world, this day marks a worldwide celebration and appreciation of Tolkien and his works.
Celebrations usually take the form of Middle-earth reading marathons; with some even more reading marathons.
Pick your favourite passages and let the words flow within your mind, as you experience the magic of Tolkien.
I myself have just begun my 9th or 10th re-read of The Silmarillion; which will lead me on to re-experience The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings.
Tolkien is a fantastic writer and master world builder.
To honour today’s celebration, here are three favourite passages of mine from his 3 distinct works. Continue reading “Celebrating Tolkien Reading Day!”