28th Apr 2013
4th May 2013
For as long as any of the Cutie Mark Crusaders can remember, Diamond Tiara had always been the biggest bully they knew. But when that said bully dies in an accident, each of them starts to go through their own emotional experience from this sudden change in their lives. Each will learn more about themselves and about the pony who they all thought they knew before she is laid to rest.
Rainbow Dash's dad, Blue Streak, has been lonely and sad ever since Firefly passed away. Rainbow has tried her best to cheer him up, but to no avail. On her latest visit, she finds out that her dad has been seeing someone and is now happier than ever. She couldn't be happier for him, until she found out who it was.
Collaboration between Bronystories and myself. Special thanks to him for being awesome.
After the Smarty Pants incident, Big Mac ran off with Twilight's Smarty Pants doll, much to his little sisters' amusement. When he refused to return it, an anger fueled spell from Twilight resulted in a BIG problem for Big Mac, with Smarty Pants at the 'heart' of it
Cover art by Paper-pony
You demanded it, and here it is at long last; the long-awaited follow-up to 'Dear Applebloom.'
Inspired by Rarity and Applejack's letters, Rainbow Dash writes her biggest fan a letter of her own that will shed light not only on Scootaloo's origins, but Rainbow Dash's as well.
Special thanks to AcrylicDawn for the cover art.
The follow-up to 'Dear Sweetie Belle'
Following Rarity's example, Applejack writes her little sister a letter. While Rarity's letter revealed the truth of Sweetie Belle's origins, Applejack's letter will shed light on the greatest unanswered mystery of the Apple family; what happened to Applebloom's parents?
Beautiful cover art by AcrylicDawn. Her DeviantArt. Check it out.
After an accident robs them of their parents, Rarity writes Sweetie Belle a letter laying bare a secret kept all the little unicorn's life.
"It's fascinating the level of depth this story takes. Just the part alone about why Rarity represents generosity is enough to bring tears to even the toughest critics. This is an amazing story in every way. Mature in some of its themes and true to life, yet not graphic or exploitive, 'Dear Sweetie Belle' is a must for My Little Pony fans who need a great, sad story to tide them over."
-Obake, Pony Fiction Archive
Don't forget to check out the sequel; 'Paternally Yours'
Beautiful cover-art by AcrylicDawn
A fantastic bit of fan-art from my dear friend Kaitlyn Warner.
Filthy Rich lives up to his name. But he didn’t get rich and stay rich by wasting money on stuff he sees as unnecessary. So when his home accidentally burns down he doesn’t bother with a hotel, he simply asks a favour of the family his family have had a long standing business partnership with; the Apples.
So until the insurance is paid and the house rebuilt, Diamond Tiara and Apple Bloom are sharing a bedroom.
A bet with Shining Armor pushes Princess Cadence into the ultimate challenge: finding a date for the Elements of Harmony in time for her Hearts and Hooves Gala. But Cadance isn't the only one in a bind: can the Elements of Harmony find their way in the horror that is known as the dating scene?
Diamond Tiara has had everything handed to her whole life, whether she asked for it or not; however, this all changes when her family suddenly goes bankrupt. While Filthy Rich tries to take care of the situation, he leaves his daughter with the only ponies in Ponyville he trusts: The Apple Family. Which means the spoiled filly is forced to get along with her greatest enemy.
Cover picture made by: Mudpony