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BleedingRaindrops


Just a critic who happens to write about pastel colored magical talking ponies

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  • 152 weeks
    Signal Boost: Bronycon Bookstore 2019!

    If you’re on this site, you’ve probably wondered about making your super amazing fan fictions into a book that people would actually buy or at least publish something in the next millenium.

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  • 157 weeks
    Leaving for a bit

    If you're reading this, I'm off on a long, long field exercise, for a few months, and I won't be able to answer. Don't worry, I'm not dead. I'll be back as soon as I can.

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  • 182 weeks
    The Rain Recedes

    Well, it's been nearly six months since the last update, but I'm considering shutting down "Tales of the Rainmaker". Someone pointed out a lot of flaws in the story that are too well engrained to fix. Part of me wants to continue, because I want to tell her story, but at the same time, that reviewer was right.

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  • 198 weeks
    My Little Pony: The Movie. A (non)spoiler Review (spoilers after the break)

    I just got done watching The My Little Pony Movie and I was so excited I just had to write this. Okay, so this first bit will be spoiler free, and I’ll leave the spoilery bits below the break.

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  • 206 weeks
    Need a long term editor for "The Secret of Ponyville"

    No, this thing isn't dead. The entire plot is written out in a neat three arc format, I just need to fill in the details. The problem is I'm struggling to get a lot of the scenes to hit just right, and early on I relied heavily on input from Web of Hope as he

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Oct
13th
2012

Okay so... I've lost it. · 5:47am Oct 13th, 2012

I feel really bad about this, guys. I haven't updated anything in a while, and there's a reason for that. I can't write anymore. I've been meaning to update my stories, fill requests, finish the new ideas and what not, but the more I try to write, the worse it seems to get. I sit and stare at the screen with plenty of ideas, but no exposition. Basically what I'm saying is: I've either hit writer's block, or it's been so long since I've seen professional writing that my own has hit the dumps. Either way, it's time to take a break. I'm not abandoning the writing scene, but I'm tired, and I won't be writing anything for a while. (Unless of course by some miracle I manage to cure myself in the near future) I'm going to pick up a nice dragon book--like I haven't done in a long while--and learn up on some good writing. Sorry everypony, but I want to make sure what I produce is worth reading.

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Comments ( 2 )

No worries. Everyone needs to take a break every once in a while.

Take a break, recharge, enjoy reading, and don't worry about it. You'll get that writing zest back when you're meant to.

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