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Rainbow Dash and Fluttershy have had a rocky relationship, with ups and downs over the course of years, and Rainbow thinks she's ready to call it quits for good.
Twilight Sparkle and Rainbow Dash awake to find themselves in a mysterious, compromising position. It's up to the brilliant mind of Twilight to deduce what series of events led them to this.
Following the coronation, Twilight Sparkle and Rainbow Dash are both troubled by regret. In the face of irreversible changes, they search for solace in solitude, but instead find each other in the small hours of the morning.
Complete Stories 2
While Apple Bloom is on vacation, Scootaloo and Sweetie Belle struggle to find something to do with their time. An innocent question is raised: what does Snails' cutie mark mean, anyway? It couldn't mean that, could it?
Rainbow Dash teaches a preteen Scootaloo how to fly, strengthening their bonds, both to each other and the ponies around them. A story about love, family, and growing up.
Peace in the world beyond proves elusive to Rainbow, and she'll never let her friends down when they need her.
I have a handful of stand-alone stories that are either set in the same continuity as each other or thematically related in some way. Here are the collections:
These stories are set in the Twilight Holmes continuity. Here they are in chronological order:
A trilogy of saucy tales covering the starts of three heated relationships within the mane six.
Heat of the Moment (Twilight and Rainbow Dash)
Finding Her Smile (Pinkie Pie and Fluttershy)
pending (Applejack and Rarity)
Variety is the Spice of Life Challenge
A shipping challenge of epic proportions, which I am going to play in hard-mode: all fifteen prompts, all fifteen ships.
TwiDash: Little Wonders (Prompt: A Kiss)
AppleDash: The Great Cider Heist (Prompt: An Anniversary)
RariDash: (Prompt: A Gift)
FlutterDash: Hummingbird Heartbeat (Prompt: An Apology)
PinkieDash: (Prompt: A Game)
TwiJack: (Prompt: An Illness)
ApplePie: (Prompt: A Reunion)
RariPie: (Prompt: A Date)
Variety is the Spice of Life Challenge Extra Spicy Edition
Because I'm crazy, I'm playing on hard-mode twice. The Extra Spicy Edition is the challenge again, only for these the stories are erotica. Fifteen prompts, fifteen pairings, fifteen stories filled with ponisex.
RariDash: Tap That (Prompt: A Proposal)
RariJack: Unnamed Heat Trilogy Conclusion (Prompt: A Wedding)
FlutterPie: Finding Her Smile (Prompt: A Date)
And November is officially over for me. Chicago proved to be just as disastrous for NaNoWriMo as I feared, but I was still wildly productive this month. A quick rundown for the week:
7,451 words drafted (GDocs word count) finished length.
Of course this chapter got longer and longer, duh, I’m writing it. Anyway, after delays getting it started earlier, hiccoughs thanks to travel making me braindead, and far more fun than is healthy or reasonable, it’s done being drafted. Finally. Needs edits, then it’ll be up, however long that takes.
So that brings us to the end of the month…
NaNoWriMo Final Numbers:
36,068 words written (combination of GDocs and MSWord) over thirty days. Average words written per day: 1,202.267.
So, I came up short by a little less than 14,000 words. There was just too much stuff going on this month for me to really make it, and I could be down on myself, but I knew I was begging for trouble. Perhaps I’ll try this again on a different 30 day month, when I don’t have assignments due, a long vacation, and a season premier messing with me, just to prove I can.
As it is, it’s over and done with, and I got a lot done, anyway! 36k words! That’s over 100 pages! And I completed five things: two one-shots, and three chapters of ongoing stories. I ain’t gonna be down on myself, because that’s too good a chunk of work for me to really think of it as unsuccessful.
And because I like figures, here’s some more! These are exciting only to me, so feel free to skip!
Median word count: 1,360.
Highest single-day word count: 2,465 (November 5th).
Number of days with word counts of zero: 7.
Average word count for days with counts greater than zero: 1,568.17.
Highest average word count per day at any point in the month: 2,040.6 (also November 5th).
Longest stretch of days where something was written every day: 10.
Longest stretch of days without any writing: 2.
Largest number of different projects worked on in a single day: 2 (on five separate days).
Number of days in the month I was inebriated: 2.
Word count while inebriated: 0.
Current desire on a scale from 1 to 10 that I was inebriated right now: 10.
Number of Denver Broncos victories during November: 2.
Number of Denver Broncos losses during November, while I was on vacation, in overtime, due to a stupid mistake: 1. ()
Number of brain cells bats has lost thanks to this challenge: countless.
Alright, that’s enough wasting time.
So, after that crazy month, what happens now?
Well, I’ve got three finished things in edits that need to go online: a rewritten chapter of Coming Back, a new chapter of Room for One More, and my contest entry for the TwiJack Hearth’s Warming contest. Now that I’m not in ‘omg writing’ mode, I’ll work on getting those done, which means a bit of drawing and whatnot. After that, I’m gonna take a writing break fuck that! I love writing, I had so much fun this month (though I bitched about word count quotas endlessly on Skype), and I’ve got so many more projects to tackle.
Up next when things are organized is working towards finishing up Room for One More in its entirety, hacking through the rest of the Coming Back rewrites, a languishing RariShy one-shot, and over a dozen other projects waiting for me to write them.