A message from Anonymous
Not a confession but a huge thankyou! This blog is the most amazing thing on the internet. THANKYOU THANKYOU THANKYOU!!! I hope it runs forever!

THANK YOU! This blog wouldn’t be what it is without you guys! <3 I’ll keep it running for as long as I am able, so keep on submitting ;) You guys keep me sane, seriously.

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#744 "The other night, when I was at physical therapy, I closed my eyes and imagined Thorin’s hands on me – his fingers slick with myrrh oil – sensually rubbing the tension from my abdomen and thighs. I let out an audible moan at one point and my therapist asked me if I was OK. I didn’t tell her that I was imagining her hands to be those of dwarvish royalty. I didn’t suppose that was something she really needed to know…"

#744 "The other night, when I was at physical therapy, I closed my eyes and imagined Thorin’s hands on me – his fingers slick with myrrh oil – sensually rubbing the tension from my abdomen and thighs. I let out an audible moan at one point and my therapist asked me if I was OK. I didn’t tell her that I was imagining her hands to be those of dwarvish royalty. I didn’t suppose that was something she really needed to know…"


#743 "A day doesn&#8217;t pass without me thinking of a sweet Thorin in my bed whenever I wake up. Brushing the stray tresses of hair on my face and planting a kiss on my brow then my lips. I then stroke his cheek and all this is just making me not want to get up anymore."

#743 "A day doesn’t pass without me thinking of a sweet Thorin in my bed whenever I wake up. Brushing the stray tresses of hair on my face and planting a kiss on my brow then my lips. I then stroke his cheek and all this is just making me not want to get up anymore."


#742 "The real villain of The Hobbit isn&#8217;t Smaug, or Thranduil, or even Azog. It&#8217;s everyone except Thorin. They know about his potential for gold madness, and how much he fears it, and do nothing. Rather than a story of a king&#8217;s hubris, it&#8217;s a fable about the dangers of treating leaders as tools&#8212;as means to ends&#8212;and forgetting the individual beneath the crown."

#742 "The real villain of The Hobbit isn’t Smaug, or Thranduil, or even Azog. It’s everyone except Thorin. They know about his potential for gold madness, and how much he fears it, and do nothing. Rather than a story of a king’s hubris, it’s a fable about the dangers of treating leaders as tools—as means to ends—and forgetting the individual beneath the crown."


#741 "My headcanon is that Dwarf mothers are highly venerated. If a Dwarf child is addressed as the daughter or son of her or his mother, that means business. I can imagine Thorin getting in trouble as a boy, and someone calling out, “Thorin, son of Gwenelyn!” His face would be priceless."

#741 "My headcanon is that Dwarf mothers are highly venerated. If a Dwarf child is addressed as the daughter or son of her or his mother, that means business. I can imagine Thorin getting in trouble as a boy, and someone calling out, “Thorin, son of Gwenelyn!” His face would be priceless."


#740 "I am singularly obsessed with Thorin."

#740 "I am singularly obsessed with Thorin."

A message from Anonymous
Hi ! It's not a confession but I saw an anon talking about a romantic smut fanfiction. And I would love to read it. (And I'm sure I'm not the only one ♥)

Hi anon, you’re definitely not the only one! ;) I’m myself looking forward to reading it. :)

A message from Anonymous
I am writing to congratulate you on your reaching and passing year one! I also have question - which I hope you can answer publicly. I have written a fan fic (romantic smut) but I can't afford to be outed. My writing this is my own private thing but I do really want to share it with other fans of Thorin. And it's long. If I send it to you in parts will you be able to "publish" it here, anonymously?

Hi, thank you! :) - Of course you can send it in and I’ll publish it for you anonymously if that’s what you’d like :) I look forward to receiving it!


#739 "I&#8217;m not the dainty heroine type, so instead I imagine that when Thorin looks at me, and sees my stretch marks, my scars, my calloused hands - he takes all these things I consider flaws and thinks to himself &#8216;There&#8217;s one who could stand beside me; there&#8217;s one I could call Queen.&#8217;"

#739 "I’m not the dainty heroine type, so instead I imagine that when Thorin looks at me, and sees my stretch marks, my scars, my calloused hands - he takes all these things I consider flaws and thinks to himself ‘There’s one who could stand beside me; there’s one I could call Queen.’"