This story is a sequel to meanwhile...: Tales of the Berylverse

A tale of the Berylverse.

This is a sequel to meanwhile.... and an interquel of Paint the Sky.
STRONGLY recommend this should be skipped until you read Chapter 12 of Paint the Sky.

Years ago, when Rarity was an infant, her father, Hondo Flanks, went overseas for a year to play football. He did something else as well, something he'd hid from his family for years.

But now that secret is out, and in a way that it can't simply be swept under the rug. And Rarity, already reeling from other issues in her life, will have to face this head on, or else it might cost her everything.

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This story is a sequel to Golden Age of Apocalypse - Book III: Legacies

A Tale of the Berylverse.

The closest thing to an official Guild mage that the small remote town of Radourmeire's Rest has, Beat is a smart, talented mare. It's just too bad she lives a dead-end life in a nowhere town with no hope and no opportunity.

Today, that will change. Soon, her family's past will come to haunt her, and the fate of Equestria, if not the whole world, hangs in the balance.

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Sometimes, rites and rituals, traditions and customs, make sense. And then there's this.

Forewarning: just about every tag left off because I didn't want to spoil this.

Special credit goes to Whitewolf Stormrunner for this one. She was my muse every step of the way.

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This story is a sequel to Golden Age of Apocalypse - Book III: Legacies

A sidestory to The Golden Age of Apocalypse.

Pinkie of Ponyvale is a matchless, peerless warrior fighting an ancient evil on behalf of the Goddess. But even she's not ready for this.

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This story is a sequel to The Golden Age of Apocalypse - Book I

Humanity and ponydom have finally encountered one another, and two delegations are headed to Ponyville and the Crystal Empire, while a third remains in Canterlot. It will be the chance of a life time for hooves and hands to reach out towards another in understanding and to banish the stories and myths of the past.

But in the days leading up to Sunset's coronation as a princess of Equestria and the Alicorn of Earth...how will either species fare?

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This story is a sequel to Seven Days in Sunny June, Book V: The New Frontier

A tale of the Berylverse. Takes place concurrently with The Golden Age of Apocalypse.

Canterlot, California - the 35th largest city in the United States, a bustling metropolis filled with hundreds of thousands of people, all with different lives and motivations. Yet so many of these lives are intertwined, tied to one another like Gordian knots.

As events unfold in another city named Canterlot, on another world, in another reality, one could see why things are so different...and yet why things are so much the same.

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Based upon the short story "The Howling Man" by Charles Beaumont.

Summoned to the deathbed of an ancient warrior, Twilight shows up in her official capacity as Princess of Friendship. On the mare’s deathbed, she tells the young alicorn a story of naivety, failure and futility...

...and ultimately, one of triumph.

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This story is a sequel to A Time of Reckoning: Seven Days in Sunny June, Book IV

The conclusion of the Seven Days in Sunny June saga!

She’s defeated an ancient evil and literally saved all of reality. And due to her death and resurrection, Sunset has now become an alicorn - a literal goddess amongst ponykind. But despite all that, she's still living as a human and that means some very human problems.

Now, as the days wind down towards school and her life (thanks to her grandmother) has become far more different than even she expected, how has her life changed and how will the world before her unfold?

If nothing else, it's a new frontier....

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This story is a sequel to All-American Girl

A story set in between Books I and II of All-American Girl.

A lot of news has come out of Canterlot lately: the destruction of Fillydelphia and the razing of Cloudsdale. The attack on Canterlot itself. Princess Celestia declaring war. That was bad enough.

Now, with the news of Princess Luna's illegitimate child - an alicorn, no less! - and her intent to marry the father or abdicate, what does that say about the stability of the nation? What does that say that the lunar alicorn chose not to love a pony, but a human? And what does that say about the newly-invested Princess Luna II (who insists on being called Sterling) herself?

Then there's the news of Viscountess Lyra Heartstrings, now somehow permanently a human and never to become a pony once more. Why did that happen? Could it have been prevented? And was it stopped...by humans, no less?

And those rumors, which seem to be on the increase: That Celestia herself has taken a human as a lover. That Saddle Arabia intends to declare independence. That Nightmare Moon survived the attack on Canterlot...and that Chyrsalis didn't, and now something worse has taken her place.

As the months go by and the sapient peoples of both worlds come closer to the end of 2047, a whole lot of uncomfortable truths may come to light...

...and one just might be the straw that breaks the camel's back.

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This is an Interquel of both Seven Days in Sunny June Books IV and I
STRONGLY recommend this should be skipped until you read Chapter 19 of 7DSJ Book IV.

Back home in Arkansas for Spring Break, for once Pinkie's happy to leave Canterlot behind, especially in light of the recent events.

But sometimes you can't escape truth.

And worse, sometimes it comes after you.

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