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Blooming Moon Chronicles/99 Worlds Saga

Comprised of ten different stories, this series tells the story of Luna's journey from Princess of the Night to discovering her true past as a Valkyrie and defender of the world.

1:  Moonrise

2:  Lunar Lights

3:  Starlit Knights

4:  Metempsychosis

5:  Because Love Conquers All

6: Decretum

7: Absolution

8:  Synthesis of the Atheist

9: The Hermit's Tale

10: Glory Be

Latest Stories

  • T Thorn of the Rose

    A foal is adopted by an unlikely mother: now, a flesh-and-blood pony must learn to survive in a Clockwork World.  · BlackRoseRaven
    66,147 words · 94 views  ·  17  ·  0
  • T Sleipnir's Big Adventure

    A hero makes an unlikely alliance with a stubborn prince, and they adventure across Equestria together.  · BlackRoseRaven
    317,677 words · 620 views  ·  69  ·  1
  • T One Wish For Nothing

    An evil alicorn tries to bring destruction to Equestria, and accidentally ends up fighting a much greater threat to the nation than he could ever be.  · BlackRoseRaven
    72,976 words · 272 views  ·  23  ·  1
  • T Zecora's Pinata

    A zebra spirit meets an unlikely ally after he's sent to right a wrong in Equestria.  · BlackRoseRaven
    85,844 words · 235 views  ·  23  ·  2
  • T Glory Be

    Luna and Scrivener struggle to set right all the wrongs from their past and save their family and friends. Tenth and final story in the Blooming Moon Chronicles/99 Worlds Saga.  · BlackRoseRaven
    1,039,124 words · 770 views  ·  98  ·  5
Nov
8th
2014

So Thorn is up. This is a different story than usual: there won't be any ponies beating each other up, in spite of the fact that Hecate could take on a small - or not so small - army by herself. That'll all be saved for Hecate's Orphanage, in the future.

Instead, it'll be all character development, looking at Thorn as he grows up, and touching now and again on Thesis' life, because I always wanted to show... what Thesis was like before he got all uh. Horribly screwed up. One day, maybe I'll go back and write about Thesis: I know he was a crazy, all over the place character in Synthesis, but hopefully he'll make a little more... sense, to anyone who reads this story. And of course, Thorn of the Rose is really a lead-in to Hecate's Orphanage, the more-direct fourth in the sort of little series I've inadvertently written.

Speaking of which, the next project I have in the works isn't Hecate's Orphanage, but rather, I'm going to work on Back Where We Don't Belong. You can probably guess what that is a sequel to. However, I don't plan to write it: rather, I'm going to use my miserable art skills to do a comic form of it. I'm interested in hearin' people's opinions on this, and in what people would like to see from it: if it should be black and white, or I should do color panels, what people would like to see, things like that. And where I should post it, too: I'm thinking of making a tumblr for it, since that's what everyone seems to use.

It'd be something to kill time until I can find the time to work on Hecate's Orphanage, since drawing right now is easier than writing. As a few people might have guessed. I could probably manage a page a week, especially since I don't plan on posting it until I have the first five pages done, and possibly a few in reserve. I won't start really working on it until Thorn's is all posted up, but uh... you know. Something to keep busy, and maybe something to catch people's interest.

And I think it'll only defer slightly to Where We Don't Belong: you won't have to read the story to get what's going on in the comic.

So. Yes. That's the plan for now.

~BlackRoseRaven

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#264 · 1w, 1d ago · · ·

>>1509561

Would really recommend starting from the beginning or at the very least start with Starlit Knights.

Really think starting with anything past Starlit Knights would be a mistake.

I am reading them all again and this is the order i'm taking (hard core list)

Moonrise --> Lunar Lights -->  Starlit Knights --> Metempsychosis --> Because Love Conquers All -->

Decretum -->  The Long, Dark Tunnel -->  Rising Fire --> Absolution -->  Synthesis of the Atheist -->  

The Hermit's Tale -->  Glory Be --> Sleipnir's Big Adventure --> Zecora's Pinata -->  

One Wish For Nothing --> The Rhythm Of The Dance..

Not really sure were Thorn of the Rose would fall in place have yet to read that.

If you did want to skip around (casual list)

Starlit Knights -->  Decretum  --> Synthesis of the Atheist  -->  Glory Be...

#263 · 1w, 4d ago · · ·

>>1509561

I'm more the crazy writer than the great writer. But all the stories are designed so that you can pick them up from... pretty much wherever. Moonrise is the very beginning, and there are some odd things that will be here and there: later stories take place in a very different Equestria than is presented in the show, but I usually try and explain things as I go along. So I would recommend saying start at whatever interests you, since there is indeed a lot, and the later stories are a lot uh... well, overall better, I think, than some of the earlier ones. And if you ever do have any questions about what you're writing, I'm always more than happy to answer any questions you might have.

Thank you kindly for the watch as well.

#262 · 1w, 4d ago · · ·

Greetings, great writer, I am planning on reading your Blooming Moon Chronicles, but it really is long, and I am just wondering where would be a good place to start at? Is is necessary to start the beginning or maybe starting in the middle would be fine. Maybe you could suggest a good starting point, or a plot summery for people that decided to start at later stories instead?

#261 · 2w, 1d ago · · ·

>>1501297

I am a little neurotic, I will admit.

But uh. I'm going to add around 65K words to that count over the coming week, too.

Then I'll probably take a break for a while. Probably.

#260 · 2w, 1d ago · 3 · ·

If you're curious, I've added up all the words you've published on this site.

5,487,772

That's how many words you've published on this site. That's pretty insane.

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