I hope so too. I think part of my fascination with the regions of Western Eriador and LIndon is that they are both so familiar and yet there is so much that Tolkien never revealed about them. Heck, we don't even know if the Elves call the river that runs through Forlindon the Gelion or if they use another name. Even the Little Lune, east of the Blue Mountains, isn't officially named. Nor do we know the precise location of the Halls of Thorin Oakenshield. Might the bay located near the Isle of Himling be known as the Bay of Thargelion?Glorelendil wrote:I know how much you have invested in western Eriador, O-S. I do hope you are pleased with the result.
Now I am thinking that the Grey Havens might be covered in a separate booklet, as was Lake-town. A Grey Havens sourcebook would give the (High?) Elves of the Grey Havens as an Heroic Culture. It might cover the regions of the Grey Havens, Tower Hills, Forlindon, Harlindon, and maybe even the Shire if that is not included in Bree. Notable persons would include Círdan (available as a patron) and Galdor; among notable places might be the White Towers, Mithlond, and the harbors of Harlond and Forlond.