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Biglulu


I slurp up changeling stories like a bowl of good spaghetti.

Bookshelf Classification

I organize stories into the following bookshelves, based on nothing but pure subjectivity:

Low Priority Read Later: Stories with a premise that I find marginally interesting, or stories I find much more interesting but that contain subject matter I'm not keen on, such as sex or gratuitous gore.

Medium Priority Read Later: Stories with a premise that I find interesting, but not enough to get excited about.

Top Priority Read Later: Stories with a premise that I find very interesting, and that I think I would have fun reading.

B: Stories with a premise that I find beautiful and meaningful. Questions about and reflections upon life, love, depression, hope, triumph, etc.

Favourites: Stories that I enjoyed reading.

B Favourites: Stories that I enjoyed reading, and that were beautiful and meaningful.

In addition, story length heavily affects how willing I am to read something. I prefer long-form stories. Thus, even if a premise interests me greatly, I will hesitate to read it if the word count is less than 100k, and the story will likely be placed in a lower priority bookshelf.

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Thanks for adding A Past Returned to Medium Priority Read It Later.

E"What's Yours is Mine!" or "Why Work When You Can Steal?!"
Two crafty robbers from the big city of Manehatten learn about the "easy pickings" to be had in a sleepy little town called "Ponyville." Fortunately for them, it also has a top-notch hospital...
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Thank you for the addition to your Library!

Thank you ever so much for adding Blowtorch & Corkscrew to your read later list. I really hope you enjoy it when you come around to it.

Thank you for placing my story into your read it later shelf. Even though it is in the low priority category I hope you enjoy it once you get around to reading it.

Thanks for the read laters!

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