Because of the work I’m doing on the Neo-Sindarin textbook, I ended up giving the calendar pages a much-needed overhaul. In the Calendars of Arda essay, I removed the words I made for the Sindarin version (the Sindar weren’t interested in dates as much as others were, and the Noldor
I reorganized some links and page a section in my trustworthy websites list for dictionaries, and added a new one: Eldamo.
Lalaith of “Lalaith’s Middle-earth Science Pages” contacted me to let me know that her website has moved! It’s a great website, so I’m spreading the word. If you have it bookmarked, change your bookmarks to:
The phrasebook database will be down for an hour starting 2PM GMT. Phil will be making the URLs for specific sections of the phrasebook easier to link to. This is part of a larger project to make the phrasebooks more accessible in different ways, especially for screen-reader programs. Some other
The death of Geocities took with it many fantastic Tolkien-linguistics websites. I hadn’t done a complete link-check until now, and found a large number of the websites are now gone. How depressing! I hope they find new homes, because they were excellent resources. Novaer mellyn!
Wow, it’s been a long time since you heard from me, hasn’t it? Well, have I news for you! I GOT MARRIED! Check out the wedding website: I finally got some work done on the website! I’ve been updating the beta-readers section all along, and I did some small tweaking:
Hey all! I have many updates to show you today. You know that pitiful update I did for New Year? Well, this is the other shoe dropped. THE QUENYA PHRASEBOOK IS FINALLY COMPLETE! The sections I uploaded since the last newsletter are as follows: Friendly Phrases Complements Unfriendly Phrases Insults
Please forgive me for neglecting you for so long! I have a lot of updates to get through. I decided that the Sindarin subtitle was a silly idea. In its place, I put a pretty banner that I made in MSPaint. I learned some CSS coding! Now the navigation bar