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  • ELightning Bug
    Weather Service Investigator Quick Quill is sent to determine how a fire started at the Canterlot Institute for Meteorology. Forecasts call for a mystery, with intermittent deception, and a sprinkle of mayonnaise.
    QQwrites · 8.8k words · 51 views

The job was going well, too well not to be fouled up by something. At first I thought it would be me--it'd happened so many times before that I recognized failure as an old friend and success like a stranger in a dark alley. When she walked in with the manila folder and its precisely typed pages, I knew it would be trouble, but how far and wide, I couldn't have known.

Chapters (14)
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Comments ( 12 )

Absolutly amazing and cool looking Cover picture.

Thanks! I was really pleased with how it turned out. The artist can be found here and is a real pleasure to work with.

I'm really enjoying how you're picturing Quick Quill attitude and approach to the life he's living as an emplyee. It's interesting how you're depicting this kind of way of living, too.

I read all the chapter in one shot, without stopping myself...that means that I like it a lot, I think.

I'll looking forward to read more of the story :)


Comments like yours are always really encouraging! I'm glad you're enjoying the story. Quill's not quiet half-way through this, yet...

Where are all the characters tags?

All of the characters in this story are original (at least that was intended). I'm pretty new to FimFiction; can you tag original characters?

You can put the "OC" tag that stands for "Original Characters".

It will be interesting to see how Quill will behave in the next chapter :)


The more I read, the more I like it.

I'll wait for the next chapter!

we’re going to Los Pegasus

Do you mean "Las Pegasus"? (I want to help if I can...I know how it's difficult so write and to check all the chapter before publishing it. I hope to be useful :) )

Hey there, appreciate the feedback and correction. You'd be amazed how much slips by when you write on a cell phone! Thanks again for reading and I hope you enjoy what's to come!

This kind of retroactive documentation is not completely uncommon in government work: sometimes, a project starts by mistake and someone must go through the arduous task of putting everything right. The only difference between innocent bureaucratic mix-ups and what I was doing was the date I was putting on the paper.

Interesting and heavy sentence here...one of thereasons I'm enjoying the story :P

May or may not be based on personal experience...

Thanks for the story. I really enjoyed the ride.

I'm eager to read the next story...in the meantime, I wish you a nice day.


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