I finally read your latest chapter, Time. Wow.
The plot, the action, the dialogue, all spot on. I'm left amazed at your ability to juggle so many tiny details, setting something up a dozen chapters before then letting it unfold in unexpected ways. Yes, I'm talking about Grima. In just a few pages, you gathered all your previous writing and showed us how the events of LotR are present 40 years before.
Morwen's reaction to Thengel's death was against type, shocking and perfect.
Finduilas' bargain with Ecthelion appears to be paying dividends. I hope this means a change in the Steward's ways. You've hinted as much before.
You also juggle the parallels of Finduilas and Tuor in good and subtle ways. After reading Children of Hurin last month, I'm anticipating (and dreading) how much more you will parallel Turin and Denethor.
Are you going to publish a new chapter tomorow? Please?