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 Unity

    Marina Wildheart has faced many things since entering this alternate Equestria: bandits, undead, monsters and Darklords. But now she's faced with something she can't hope to fight without a little help from her friends: marriage.  · BlackRoseRaven
    11,350 words · 75 views
  • T Gjallarsong

    The story of a war between Equestria and the griffin nation, and the struggle of a Prince born of magic to discover whether or not he will ever be considered a real pony.  · BlackRoseRaven
    122,085 words · 201 views  ·  15  ·  1
  • T The Super Awesome Story About Stuff

    Tournament of Canterlot charity story. A group of very different ponies end up trapped together in a world that obeys the whims of a group of Draconequui and their audience.  · BlackRoseRaven
    124,988 words · 223 views  ·  17  ·  5
  • 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 · 272 views  ·  21  ·  1
  • 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 · 976 views  ·  86  ·  2

I just wanted to let everyone know that this month will be the last chance to donate to the charity story, and see your ideas included. Of course, during the month of December you can still donate to the charity/Tournament of Canterlot, and I'll figure out some way to say thanks, but I won't be able to include any of your ideas in the story, which I am planning to have finished up by the middle of December.

So again, if you want to see me write your ideas into the charity story, please make sure you donate by November 30th. If you have donated, but haven't given me anything to write yet, your deadline is November 30th too, so please get in touch with me so I can include your ideas.

Thanks very much to everyone who has commented, read, and donated so far. It's all hugely appreciated and I look forwards to finishing this on a high note.

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#298 · 13w, 5d ago · · ·


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 · 13w, 5d 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 · 13w, 6d ago · · ·


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.

#295 · 13w, 6d ago · · ·

don't worry i'm sure it will all be well worth my time. Many writers seem to have trouble writing show characters but you definitely don't! The thing I like most about how you are writing Luna and Celestia is how you make them very believable to the shows cannon but take there characters and make them deeper and more interesting. In the show we see just enough of them to get a gist of how they are but they leave a lot of room for head cannons. The most consistent problem I see on this website is that writers either stick strictly to the cannon or go completely head cannon. You seem to be one of the minority that find a good balance between the two so that what we read is both fresh and believable. To a lot of people this doesn't sound like much but I have spent the majority of my waking hours for the past three months on this site doing nothing but reading fanfiction. Therefor I would like to believe I'm a fairly good judge in this area. I actually enjoy writing myself but am new to fimfiction. I have some ideas for some stories but a problem I have is I get so exited to write I don't plan enough out and end up writing myself into a corner. I'm trying to make sure I'm in a really good spot before I start writing the next book I have planned. I'm actually sticking with oc's partly because I doubt I could write many if any of the show character's. It's kind of funny how you can gauge if someone else is writing them believably but then you try to write them yourself and become a hypocrite in my case lol!

#294 · 14w, 5h ago · · ·


I just hope it all proves enjoyable and a decent use of your time. Thanks very much for your interest, though, and for all the faves and the watch, and I do hope that you enjoy the story through and through. It all builds up into its own mythos, and there's quite a few twists and turns and a lot of characters to meet, many of them with their own stories woven into the main arc. There's a lot to read, certainly, but there's more fun in the journey than the end, I think, and I hope it proves a worthwhile one.

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