The Dwarrow Slacker ?

I’ve been getting a few emails lately by friendly folks asking if I’ve fallen asleep, or worse yet, perhaps had given up on the project to update all neo-khuzdul documents.

Firstly, my thanks to all that have taken their time to send me emails and requests, I much appreciate it.

To answer the question though.  Work and family life have kept me busy of late, though that’s no excuse.  In fact there isn’t anything to excuse for, as I’ve used every spare bit of my time to update and create documentation I hope all will be able to enjoy.

The main culprit has been my completely mad idea to not only redo most of the documentation (and on quite a few parts start anew) but to add to the current documentation AND my recent decision to redo all the neo-khuzdul videos (I just couldn’t leave these as was while the rest was updated).

So, in short… no Dwarrow Slacker here 🙂

I must admit though that I have been close to giving up at times (as the task is massive), but the kind comments of so many people have kept me going.  Thank you again for that all!

So when will this project be finished you say ?

As soon as I’m done and satisfied with the result you can be sure to find the material in your mailboxes.  Might take another month, but hope to get it done sooner.

Thanks for the patience.


About The Dwarrow Scholar

The Dwarrow Scholar first experienced the brilliance of Tolkien when he received a copy of The Hobbit from his uncle as a kid, reading it feverishly again and again. Some years on, when he got his very own walk-man (aye forget about tiny phones, this thing was a brick and played cassette tapes) he made his own little audiotape of The Hobbit, so he could listen to it on his bike on his way to school. Between reenacting the Battle of Five armies with 4 of his school friends (still feel sorry for the kid that had to be the Orc) and before the days of the internet, you would find Roy frequently in libraries trying to find all he could about Tolkien and his beloved dwarves. When Roy isn’t delving into Neo-Khuzdul or searching for lost dwarvish treasures on the net he’s enjoying time with his wife and son, re-reading his tormented Tolkien paperbacks, watching a good movie, learning new languages or playing a game of LoTRO or other dwarf related games.
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