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Stories don't end. We just stop telling them.


Who? What? Why?

Hi there and thank you for stopping by. As a little heads-up: English is a foreign language for me. I try my best, but one tends to learn from mistakes. If you find any, please let me know.

My reading habits are... strange, I think. I am online on a daily basis, so reaching me with comments or messages will never be a problem. But I read in bursts. For days or weeks on end, I come down on my 'read later'-shelf with furious vengeance. And at some point, I just... stop. For months. I would like to say 'it works like this because I 'got my fill', so to speak' - but that would be dishonest. My reading habit is directly linked to my mental health. I return here to seek safety and comfort and flee from reality whenever things get really bad (again).
Obviously, this has repercussions on what I read. (A more detailed list will follow.) I appreciate recommendations. But please try to keep in mind that I won't read certain genres, or stories bearing certain tags.
I also have a hard time (OCDs, I guess) not to finish reading a story once I start. The good thing about that is, that I tend to leave my thoughts about it in some way. I comment if I have something to say or upvote if I enjoyed the story. I rarely downvote and do so only in extreme cases - and never because I 'didn't like the story'. And when I do, I always explain why.

Now, for those stories I tend to avoid:
Sad, dark, tragedy, gore - if I want to get depressed, I take a look at my life. Thus I prefer my shiny happy end.
Alternate universe, furry, human, Crossover - I like to read about my little ponies, emphasis on ponies.

There are exceptions, of course. But those are very rare indeed. As for what I actually like to read - mostly romance. I love me some adventures, some slice of life or comedy, but basically... everything gets better when sprinkled with romance. That said, there are of course certain ships I prefer:
I will die fighting on deck or sink with the AppleDash and Tuna (Twilight x Luna, for those not in the know). These are almost guaranteed to catch my interest.
I will valiantly defend the FlutterPie as well as her sister vessel, the RariPie. And in recent years, due to some criminally talented authors, I even developed a liking for TwiLestia.
There are ships I see a lot that I don't really care all that much about, including the famous RariJack and TwiDash. Not my cup of tea - but may your journeys be safe and your waters be calm.

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Thank you so much for your interest in my story, Relapse!

Thank you for your interest in my story, My Dearest Twilight!

They are well deserved.

As for your comment on your story - and I'm going to answer that here so as to not spam there: I'm looking forward to reading more from you. And Spike is a good buddy, yes. He has his flaws, obviously. Everyone does. And you managed to handle those very well, too. :twilightsmile:

Thank you for the watch, favourite and kind comments :))

You're welcome. It was a very sweet tale, so... thank you. For writing it. :twilightsmile:

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