Looking Back On The Lord Of The Rings
Oh, you thought I was done?
Well, I’m almost finished talking about The Lord of the Rings…after today.
I reviewed the book last week and have moved on to The Sportswriter. But before I officially kick off blog posts about The Sportswriter tomorrow, I thought I’d take a look back at all the posts about The Lord of the Rings.
So here’s a quick rundown if you missed anything:
Next Up: The Lord of the Rings: My basic preview with a few basic facts about LOTR and Tokien.
The Lord of the Rings Covers: A Brief History: My favorite one is the Chinese version.
One Ring To Rule Them All: The poem that explains it all (kind of).
Bling it Up with Tolkien’s Handwriting: Cool jewelry based on Tolkien’s handwriting.
The 9 Best Lord of the Rings Memes: This is as BuzzFeed as I can get.
“There’s a lady who’s sure all that glitters is gold”: Did you realize how many songs have been written inspired by LOTR? Here are just a few.
The Lord of the Rings Journey Animated: This is some cool stuff. Check out what this guy did with a Lord of the Rings map.
My Favorite Passage from The Fellowship of the Ring: It’ll make you cry…not really.
10 Facts You Don’t Know About The Lord of the Rings: That’s a presumptious title, I know. I bet you at least didn’t know 7.
A Game of Thrones Can Suck It: A guest post from my friend about the comparisons between LOTR and GOT.
10 Amazing Lord of the Rings Tattoos: Some of these creep me out. Check out the Gollum one.
The Tolkien-Lewis Friendship Hits the Big Screen: I’ll be watching.
Here’s Minis Tirith, Made out of Toothpicks: Because, why not?
Samwise’s Stirring Speech: It’ll make you cry…maybe.
Tolkien’s Tips for Writing Complex Heroes: This is really good stuff if you’re a novelist.
Tolkien In His Own Words: A little info about an older BBC documentary about the author.
Stephen Colbert is a LOTR Fanboy: More like obsessed with LOTR. He’s amazing.
“Well I’m back, he said”: A quick look at the closing lines of LOTR.
Book #72: The Lord of the Rings: My review. I loved it—the novel, not my review.
Reading and writing about the novel has been a lot of fun. I hate to see the fun end, but it’s time to move on to the next novel.
Go check out the posts you might have missed!