Hey, we can recover together, let's see if we can both have 90 days in 89 days! How many Tolkien books have you read? I've read The Hobbit, LotR, The Silmarillion, and now I'm working on Unfinished Tales and Children of Húrin— which is included in Unfinished Tales but I'm reading the separate book of it, which I gather is slightly different, so I'll go back eventually and read the version that's in Unfinished Tales. Wife gave me as a Christmas gift last year a couple Tolkien books, Unfinished Tales and one of the twelve books in History of Middle Earth (which I'll refer to as HoME) by Christopher Tolkien. HoME is a huge (like I say, 12 books) series including basically how J.R.R. wrote his books. When Wife gave me the one book (she didn't know anything about Tolkien so she randomly picked up a couple books I didn't have) I looked it up (I had not heard of HoME). I discovered that the one she had given me was one of three on LotR— each book of HoME corresponds to one J.R.R. book apparently— so I bought the set of all three of those. They're in the middle of the 12 books, so maybe I'll buy the other 9 if I like these. Reading Tolkien reminds me to keep free of PM. The more I read, the more inspired I am to be good.