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

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Jan
30th
2016

Good News. · 7:43pm

You know, for a nice change of pace.

I have been approved for my green card and should be moving back home to the States around the 10th of next month. Just a few more days of patience and I'll finally be able to settle back in.

Some people still have not gotten in touch with me about the donations they made to the Tournament of Canterlot. Seriously, please do: one or two of you gave donations but never got back to me with information about what you wanted. I've got you all noted here somewhere and I'll bother you about it once I'm back in a place I can properly work if you don't get to me before then.

The remaining prizes will go out shortly. I apologize for the delays, it's been a hell of a month. On the bright side, I didn't have to use a word of my awful french to navigate Montreal while I was at the consulate. I also got to eat crocodile. It was delicious and not nearly as tough as I'd been told it would be.

Hecate's Orphanage will obviously be waiting a few more weeks, but once I'm settled into place, it hopefully won't take me too long to write. I'm pretty excited about it.

Alright, that's all for now. I'm going to get to doodling.

~BlackRoseRaven

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#300 · 1w, 8h ago · · ·

>>2117609

Thank you kindly, I appreciate it.

The recipe is here. I tend to measure the peppers mainly by eye. Remember if you want the spice to be stronger, use older peppers and don't soak them as long. But they should be soaked in milk for at least ten minutes or so. That way they still have a lot of bite to them, but there's much less afterburn.

Datura is more complicated. He started out as a character in Where We Don't Belong, which is buried in my stories somewhere. But he's evolved into a character in his own universe, not related to ponies at all. I've actually been working on a bio for him on my ToyHouse account, but I haven't published it publically yet. One day I'd really like to sit down and work on the Purgatory stories that he's now a part of, I think they'd be quite a fun little sidetrip for me.

#299 · 1w, 1d ago · · ·

Hey! Congrats on the green card! Hope you enjoy your stay In the states friend!:pinkiehappy: I have two quick questions. What is the habanero cookie recipe, and who is Datura?:duck:

#298 · 23w, 5d ago · · ·

>>1950826

I'm glad to hear that, then, and I hope it does help. And I am certainly always happy to talk, and it's a pleasure to help an aspiring writer, too. I hope you enjoy the stories, though, and good luck with your own writing too.

#297 · 23w, 6d ago · · ·

I think I understand what you are saying it makes a good deal of sense. I kind of do something similar but when you put it like that it makes me think...I definitely form very strong attachments to my oc's in a sense there kind of like a writers children. You create them bring them into the world and watch them grow. In fact the more I think of it like that makes me realize I don't think I've listened to my children enough lol! I hope I can take what you said to heart it kind of gave me a bit of a light bulb moment if you will. Also I want to thank you for responding to my comments it's nice to converse with another brony/writer from time to time even if it's online. Anyways off to read!

#296 · 23w, 6d ago · · ·

>>1950018

Well, thank you very much. I'm really glad to hear that, to say the least. I hope you continue to enjoy the characters: they do develop in quite some interesting ways along the way.

And well, writing is all about practice, really. That's what I've definitely learned myself. I find that listening to the characters is one of the biggest things: I sort of let them just... figure out the story for themselves. Planning is important, certainly: it's good to know where you should be going. But I admittedly never know the full story myself: the characters kind of tell me as they go along, fill in the blanks for me. So it's good to be able to do both, so to speak. To write as you go, and to ultimately work towards one decided end.

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