Stories I've Edited.

  • The Sisters Doo Daring pays a visit to her sister in Ponyville. Due to buried grudges, things get out of hoof. by Ponky 116,988 words · 16,909 views · 1,946 likes · 35 dislikes
  • The Luna Cypher Sequel to The Celestia Code. When the monsters created by the dark crystal engine escape their prison, it's up to Princess Twilight to deal with them. She gets help and advice from Princess Luna, but things don't go as planned. by iisaw 104,532 words · 7,999 views · 1,217 likes · 46 dislikes
  • Taking A Job For Granite With no other options left, Trixie takes a job on Humble Pie's rock farm. It's bad enough that she's been reduced to manual labor, but the longer she spends with Humble, the odder he seems to become. by xjuggernaughtx 32,766 words · 2,343 views · 191 likes · 7 dislikes
  • Diary of a Pliant Tyrant When Fluttershy finds out that Discord used to keep a mental diary while imprisoned in stone, she begs him to continue it. Grudgingly, he promises to document his thoughts about his new life among old enemies by xjuggernaughtx 16,437 words · 9,753 views · 901 likes · 16 dislikes

The Tales at the Top of My List.

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#50 · 16w, 6d ago · 1 · ·

You faved The Twilight Enigma? That ghastly thing... really? :twilightoops:  (At least it's well-edited! :rainbowlaugh:)

#48 · 36w, 2d ago · · ·

>>1839885 Ohhaaaaaaaiiiii! :rainbowkiss:

Your avatar is adorbs, by the way.

#47 · 36w, 5d ago · · ·

HI STATOOSE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :pinkiehappy:

#46 · 51w, 3d ago · · ·


I saw your comment over on Crime and Funishment, hence why I looked at your profile.

Ah, so that's why you decided to stop by my humble profile!

I'm always kinda fearful of other editors reading stuff that I've worked on because I expect them to point out all these errors that I've missed.

I am too. I think a lot of us editors are, to varying degrees. I've always been that way when it comes to the more intricate workings of grammar; I am by no means a grammatical wizard. But I am, I think, very good at catching typos and fixing up the flow of prose.

It's also a simple pride thing; We naturally want to look and be good at what we're going, after all. And for me, someone who usually cares a lot about the stories I work on, it's about making said story as good as it can be.

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