• Member Since 24th Mar, 2012
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Chocolate Milk


Writer, reader.

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  • 358 weeks
    Dipping a Toe or Two

    It's been too long.

    266 days, to be precise. But who's counting?

    I've been staring at this blank blog post for a good long while now, and simultaneously feeling pretty silly about that fact, since I don't expect too many people to read it. I'm having somewhat more of a response to stepping back into this space than I thought I would.

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    7 comments · 325 views
  • 400 weeks
    Or-Done e Progresso

    Hello, crazy followers! I'm very sorry for the title pun.

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  • 404 weeks
    At last!

    Chapter four of The Equestrian Spring is complete and published for you political pony pleasure. Apologies for the wait time, but this story has a mind of its own, I tell you: this chapter ended up almost 50% longer by word count than I expected it to be, and I think it's all the better for it. I hope those of you who read this story enjoy the new chapter!

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    0 comments · 209 views
  • 405 weeks
    The Elusive Chapter Four

    My sincerest apologies for the delay of Chapter Four. I've written 3000 words of it so far, and I've got a whole day to write today, so you can expect an update very soon. Brace yourselves!

    -CM

    2 comments · 265 views
May
15th
2012

At last! · 8:16am May 15th, 2012

Chapter four of The Equestrian Spring is complete and published for you political pony pleasure. Apologies for the wait time, but this story has a mind of its own, I tell you: this chapter ended up almost 50% longer by word count than I expected it to be, and I think it's all the better for it. I hope those of you who read this story enjoy the new chapter!

Also, a heads-up: I wrote my first one-shot for the Ponychan /fic/ write-off and came in fourth place with it. It takes place in a similar world as TES, so if you like Spring, be on the lookout for a finalized version of Ordem E Progresso in the coming weeks.

-CM

PS: The winner of the write-off was a story called Beyond the Wall, written by Filler, who infuriatingly refuses to recognize what a good job it does of characterization, world-building and scene creation (if I hear "but I ripped the plot straight from The Village!" one more time...). Please be on the lookout for that one too. It's a must-read.

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