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  • 84 weeks
    Another Sneak Peek to the sequel of A Cold Night

    Why waste your time with such a tedious task? This “gift” of yours better be worth interrupting my peaceful sleep.

    Fluttershy quickly got up and pushed the crate toward the statue.

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  • 87 weeks
    A sneak peek at the sequel for A Cold Night

    Recently, I have been writing another story for the Next Fluttercord Week. It will be a sequel to A Cold Night that will be called A Still Night. The story is finished but I can’t publish it until Fluttercord Week, so instead I’ll share a sneak peek. Hope you enjoy.

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  • 163 weeks
    Happy 40th Anniversary, Garfield!

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    IWAM 1 Chapter 1 and 2 are out!

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Dec
1st
2019

A sneak peek at the sequel for A Cold Night · 12:44am Dec 1st, 2019

Recently, I have been writing another story for the Next Fluttercord Week. It will be a sequel to A Cold Night that will be called A Still Night. The story is finished but I can’t publish it until Fluttercord Week, so instead I’ll share a sneak peek. Hope you enjoy.

It was a cold winter night in the Canterlot Gardens, the wind howled as the snow gently poured down like falling drops of flour, causing thick blanket of snow to cover the ground, making it difficult for a certain yellow pegasus to find her way on the path. She wore a heavy, purple parka, gloves, a purple beanie, and blue earmuffs with flowers on the side. On her back, she had her saddlebag, and a long rope attached to a crate behind her.

The sound of a crate being pushed and the soft sound of a struggling pegasus rang throughout Canterlot Gardens. Fluttershy paused to catch her breath, she wiped the sweat from her brow and glanced worriedly behind her at the wooden crate. She sighed wearily. You’re almost there, Flutters. Just a few more feet. She grunted as she forced herself to pull the crate along the blurred path.

You made a promise. she said to herself.

Fluttershy noticed the path started to get clearer, she felt a wave of relief wash over her as she continued onto the familiar path. Over a period of time since Fluttershy started her promise, the path had become smooth and pristine, the yellow pegasus often wondered what caused the Princess to fix the path. Nevertheless, she was glad it was fixed. Fluttershy stopped at a crowd of trimmed bushes. Ever since Fluttershy decided to tend to his statue, she decided to tend to his surroundings as well.

She took a deep breath and trotted around the bushes, struggling to pull the crate with her. She entered through a clear entrance from behind the bushes that she had trimmed out. She entered into a cozy and lush with green clearing. In the middle was his statue, covered in a blue tarp to protect him from the snow, surrounding his statue was a ring of orchids, two tall lanterns, and a small birdbath. It was like Fluttershy’s little home away from home.

“Good evening, Discord.” Fluttershy smiled to herself as she untied the rope from her back and dropped her saddlebag and earmuffs

She flew up and pulled the tarp from the statue. The draconequss’ gray statue remained unchanged, however, he had an assorted flower necklace around his neck and the blanket Fluttershy had knitted for him, now faded, still around his waist, it started to flap like a cape again in the cold wind.

She flew over to the lantern and opened the small door on the side of it. Using a small match from her saddlebag, she lit both of them.

The yellow pegasus blows out the match and closed the small lanterns. She landed on the ground near Discord and let out a dull sigh.

You’re an hour late.

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