Easy As Pie
When Pinkie Pie ignores Zecora's warnings about the proper preparation of chuckleberries, she ends up locked in a struggle with Sugarcube Corner's kitchen. Not just IN the kitchen. WITH the kitchen. Only Pinkie could be in a situation this ridiculous.
Quality fiction is what everyone is looking for. And there are plenty out there, with excellent grammar, characterization, pacing, and plot worthy of reading. But to find a story that not only has those things, but also boasts writing and tone to match the show? That kind of quality is rare indeed. Easy As Pie has all these things, with one of the best Pinkie Pie characterizations I’ve read, as well as a mostly original story premise full of the kinds of goofy Pinkie moments you’d expect. 9.25/10 - The Equestrian Critics Society