HASA Playlists

Favourite Hobbit Stories

Playlist Stories

Playlist stories are linked so you may click through them as though they are one long story.
You may start with the overview or click directly to the first chapter of any story.

1. Elementary, My Dear Gandalf
Story Overview | Go to Ch. 1
Included Because: Nice treatment of Strider's attitudes towards hobbits.
Rating: General
Status: Reviewed
2. Shaping of Samwise, The
Story Overview | Go to Ch. 1
Included Because: This story captured the personalities of Frodo and Sam quite well, and made it seem even more right than most I've read that Sam came to be the Gardener of Bag End.
Rating: General
Status: Reviewed
3. Crate of Lemons, A
Story Overview | Go to Ch. 1
Included Because: Touching, funny, sweet; this story is just so very right. Rose is shown in a way that makes it plain why Sam loves her so much.
Rating: General
Status: General

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Playlist Overview

Last Update: 10 Apr 05
Stories: 3
Type: Workshop/Group List
Created By: Hobbit Haven


Just trying out this format with some stories I've enjoyed. Patti Baggins


Members of the workshop are encouraged to add links to their favorite stories – if the author is not a member of the workshop, please contact the HAWorkshop Admin to request authors be added to the workshop - or to add one story of their own to this playlist.

To add a story to the playlist, join the workshop and from the shop main page, click the ‘Stories’ link next to the playlist name, then click the “Add Story to Playlist” link. Select the story you wish to add from the drop down list. Type the reason you are adding this story to the playlist in the box and click ‘add’.

To create a new playlist - shops can have many Playlists - join a shop, or create your own shop, click the “Add Playlist to Shop” link, and follow the on-screen instructions.

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