I mentioned in the past that I intend to commission a Human in Equestria story. Well, the original plan has evolved a bit. Androkin and Twilight Sparkle had a falling out, and it’s sometime later that our story begins. Androkin took a ship to unknown lands far from Equestria. I have doubts that this particular…
I know, I know. I made part one for The Lost Element and never made part two. Why am I starting something else without finishing that one? The answer is simple. When that story concludes I will do part two. But as it stands, that story is over three million words, and still hasn’t ended.…
I’m thinking about the possibility of commissioning an author on Fimfiction to write a Human in Equestria story.
I have a problem. I come up with these stories in my head, and start writing them. I usually get two short chapters in before I lose the motivation to continue. I don’t know why this is. My first Anon story did pretty well. I just don’t have the motivation to continue it.
So I have officially begun reading SPECTRUM. I’ve only finished the prologue, but I feel it is worthy of a post on its own. I plan to post every time I finish an act in this story.
If you’ve read through this blog, there’s probably one thing you will have noticed: “This dude is obsessed with HiE.” Yes, it’s true, I have a fascination with Human in Equestria stories. I mean, check out the Fimfiction Reviews series. Every single one of them is HiE. A fair few interestingly enough feature the Anonymous…
I finally got around to reading Anonymous in Nu-Questria and it’s sequel, and holy shit, that was intense. I’m serious, I haven’t been this wrapped in a fanfic in years. Not since Exchange. I read both stories in under twenty-four hours.
My first G5 review, and seemingly the author’s first G5 story. I’ve read a couple G5 fics, but nothing particularly stuck with me. That was until I read Midnight Comfort.
After seeing it trending for over a week, I decided to put aside my aversions and check out All’s Fair in Love and War. I’ll admit, I am debating whether or not to even publish my review of this.
I first read How Many Friends Have You Made Today?, and How Many Have You Forgiven Today? back in October 2017. Since it’s been four years, I decided it’s time to reread them and check out the third in the series, How Many Lovers Have You Made Today?