So dwarves are miners, right? And miners have to unionize...
Last year I planned to write a nonfiction book about the systematic gutting of employment law enforcement in the US. When I looked up months later, I realized I'd written a fantasy novel about labor rights instead. The labor bit doesn't show up until Book II, and you really do need to read Book I to understand what's going on. Book I is about 20K words. In Ered Luin
(110224 words) by Glorfindel
Fandom: The Hobbit (2012)
, The Hobbit - J. R. R. Tolkien
, The Hobbit - All Media Types
Rating: Not Rated
Warnings: Author Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings
Relationships: Bofur/Dwalin, past Bofur/OMC
Characters: Dwalin, Bofur, Thorin Oakenshield, Balin, Original Characters, Dís, Bifur, Bombur, Nori, Dáin Ironfoot, Fíli, Kíli, Ori - Character, Óin, Dori, Glóin
Additional Tags: Genderswap, Trans Character, Slow Build, glacial build, Actually sometimes I'm not sure there's any build at all, Labor Organizing
Series: Part 2 of The Lay of Dwalin the Dwarf
In Ered Luin, Bofur and Dwalin learn more about each other as events become more complicated. Politics, secrets, family, and old friends conspire to either bring them together or push them apart.