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This is the second audiobook based on a Horse Voice story, and as before, I find myself absolutely floored by its quality. Big thanks, Ilya!
Now if you'll excuse me, I need to listen to it a few more times.
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Hello, Monsters fans.
You will surely remember Scribbler, who did the audiobook for this story, and was on the panel for the Heroic Review's excellent analysis of the same. She also organized the charity effort for Pounce, (also plugged in this space a while back) after he was financially buried by medical bills. The fandom stepped up to the plate for him. Now, let's step up for Scribbler.
I'll let Illya Leonov explain:
The GoFundMe campaign may be found here.
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This entry is special, because due to the nature of the story, the list of tropes actually contains more spoilered than unspoilered text. If there's another page like that... well, I'd be curious to see it.
So big thanks to TD, and a warm welcome to everyone who found this space through TVT.
Be well, ponies!
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In March, I ran this visual companion to Monsters, with a promise to write a second part detailing the cultural artifacts and historic events that influenced the story. I originally planned to release it within a month or two, but ran into a problem. The stack of books I have on the relevant subjects is half a foot thick, not counting the covers. What I thought would be an easy project involving skimming a few books, now looks much more intimidating. This and other issues have led to the thing being as overdue as it is.
So my question for you all is this: Is there still enough interest out there to justify making the second part? Or should I touch up the original to stand on its own, and apply myself to finally writing a new story?