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Lady Aubernon

Freelance writer for several publications and businesses. Born in Louisville. Raised in Kansas. Where I lay my head is home

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  • 177 weeks
    Hello Again!

    Six years ago, I began a journey into My Little Pony fan fiction.

    That journey is complete as of today.

    I had so much more planned for this journey, but all I managed to create was a quartet of complete stories with a single arc.

    And maybe, that's all I needed to do here.

    But now, it's time for me to start a new journey with my own original story. No ponies.

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  • 279 weeks
    An Elegia For The Scattered Souls Of Atlantis

    This is it! The last story of the Terminus & Exordium arc, "Elegia," is underway:

    With Tirek defeated by the combined forces of the Shepherd and her allies, the Equestrians and Star Tracer -- the sole Atlantean to survive the final battle in Palladia -- awaken to a world in transition, shaped by Avalon's will.

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  • 297 weeks
    New Story At Last: Darkness Before Dawn

    Kept you waiting, huh?

    Two years ago, I completed the fourth and final act of Ad Mortem, Ad Vitam in time for the new year. Didn't do much else for a while after.

    For over a year.

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  • 316 weeks
    Story Updates, Near Future Of First AU Revealed

    First off, some news about the near future of my first alternate universe:

    I once intended to publish a supplemental work to the Terminus & Exordium arc with Equestria Daily in mind, but stopped after the third act to continue on with the current arc. This work is on my deviantArt, and may actually be rewritten as a follow-up to this arc once the latter is wrapped up.

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  • 334 weeks
    Did My Name Just Change?

    Yes, it did!

    I've decided to shed the old username of "Lady Jaye Cameron" for something shorter and a bit more regal; my last name's pretty regal (and of French origin) on its own, so that's what's there. :raritywink:

    Oh! And I'm 1,600 new words into the second act of my final work for the Timeline-42: Terminus & Exordium arc; the first act has 3,617 words. :twilightsmile:

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Revision of "Ad Mortem, Ad Vitam" Complete, Work on "New Gold Dawn" Begins · 1:01pm Jan 26th, 2015

Big update for ya'll this day: upon opening up Act V of "Ad Mortem, Ad Vitam" and reading the first line, then recalling how I ended Act IV, I decided to shift Act V into Act I of "New Gold Dawn."

Alas, this means that those who originally read Act V won't see it again until I've completed the third and final chapter of the Terminus & Exordium trilogy in the overall Timeline-42 series, which I expect will have four acts in total like the other chapters.

That said, I've learned that it's better to have a completed story over one that updates over time; I'm not the fastest of writers around, so it's better this way. Also: at now just over 16,500 words, "AMAV" will go just a bit faster for ya. :raritywink:

Oh! I also rewrote the short and long descriptions for "AMAV"; here's the long version:

Time runs out for all existence as Tirek emerges from oblivion to resume his eons-old vendetta against the Shepherd -- in her current incarnation as Princess Pandora of Atlantis -- and her allies, beginning with her sister, Princess Minerva.

Meanwhile, Twilight Sparkle begins her research on the source of Tirek's power, the Hope Ruby, leading to a fateful encounter in Canterlot with a mare whose appearance is not all that it seems on the surface.

After the pieces fall into place, Pandora and Minerva find themselves at the crossroads of history, where Tirek and a lost ally lie in wait as the Atlanteans bid farewell to the distant island and its advanced culture, both destined for destruction.

Begin your new journey here:
"Ad Mortem, Ad Vitam (Complete Revision)"

Lady Jaye Cameron

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