April 12th, 2010


Stardust - Star Daughter

Title: Star Daughter

Author: Linda Hoyland
Characters/Pairing: Arwen, Aragorn
Rating: G
Warnings: none
Book/Source: LOTR book-verse
Disclaimer - These characters all belong to the estate of J.R.R. Tolkien. This story was written for pleasure and not for financial gain.

With thanks to Raksha.

Dedicated to Inzilbeth for her birthday.

The stars twinkled against a cloudless blue-black sky. 

Singing Elbereth’s praises, Arwen danced, her head thrown back in ecstasy, intoxicated by the sheer beauty of the spring night. Gems glistened in her unbound hair, while her unshod feet seemed barely to touch the ground.

Hardly of Arda she seemed, too ethereal to be a creature of flesh and blood, but rather that she were made of stardust, her song sweeter than the nightingale’s.

Aragorn watched entranced. His heart soared at such beauty and grace, but how could he ever hope to win this star daughter?

Overhead, Gil-Estel seemed to smile.

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Writing style fun

So, lindahoyland, your LiveJournal reveals...

You are... 0% unique, 0% peculiar, 39% interesting, 39% normal and 22% herdlike (partly because you, like everyone else, enjoy supernatural). When it comes to friends you are a total whore. In terms of the way you relate to people, you are keen to please. Your writing style (based on a recent public entry) is intellectual.

Your overall weirdness is: 8

(The average level of weirdness is: 28.
You are weirder than 12% of other LJers.)

Find out what your weirdness level is!

The Blogalyser reveals...

Your blog/web page text has an overall readability index of 13.

This suggests that your writing style is conventional
(to communicate well you should aim for a figure between 10 and 20).Your blog has 32 sentences per entry, which suggests your general message is distinguished by verbosity
(writing for the web should be concise).


male malefemale female
self oneselfgroupworld world
past pastpresentfuture future

Your text shows characteristics which are 54% male and 46% female
(for more information see the Gender Genie).
Looking at pronoun indicators, you write mainly about yourself, then the world in general and finally your social circle. Also, your writing focuses primarily on the present, next the past and lastly the future.
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Content Analyser - A Time to Reap

The "What's it all about?" Text Content and Keyword Analyser
Number of words: 93664
Number of different words: 8273
Number of sentences with >5 words: 5261
Number of words analysed (nouns): 5054

Top 20 words by frequency (frequency in brackets):
” (2221) aragorn (1156) faramir (1107) “i (478) king (324) steward (196) “you (179) tasariel (175) replied (172) time (170) arwen (144) son (139) eyes (136) man (127) water (122) faramir’s (111) father (109) men (103) hands (100) lord (99)

Top 20 words by importance (frequency in brackets):
faramir (1107) aragorn (1156) arwen (144) steward (196) king (324) gondor (49) sighed (44) hot (38) protested (37) denethor (40) heard (36) healing (82) tirith (34) athelas (33) elven (32) least (30) healer (60) gently (42) feared (28) spider (81)

The 3 most representative sentences in the text are:

■Aragorn placed his foot on seemingly solid ground only to suddenly stumble and then slide forward on a thick stretch of ice hidden beneath the snow. Faramir caught his king just in time to stop Aragorn from falling. “I thought I was about to fall over the edge there.” Aragorn exclaimed, gasping for breath.
■“Like the tree, the spring lay hidden here; even as your people lay hidden in the North.” Faramir exclaimed. “Shall we follow it to find its source.” Aragorn suggested, now as excited as his Steward.” I think we can climb higher if we help each other again.” Faramir eagerly concurred.
■Capturing Aragon's arms in as gentle a grip as possible, Faramir said: “Wake up, my King, it is I, Faramir.” Wild eyed and still half asleep, Aragorn tried to push him away.