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“There are three things all wise men fear: the sea in storm, a night with no moon, and the anger of a gentle man.” - Patrick Rothfuss

Jan
19th
2022

It Is Recommendsday, My Dudes #44 · 9:04pm Last Wednesday

When I recommend stories that go into M territory, I prefer to give a heads up for folks that things are going to be Not Safe For Work

This is me giving that warning now, because there's a lot of profanity coming up. 

Because this week's connecting theme is profanity.

Oh, and Rarity.

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Jan
12th
2022

It Is Recommendsday, My Dudes #43 · 7:59pm January 12th

I'm feeling like a bass drop this week, so I'm gonna launch off with a pair of DJ Pon-3/Vinyl Scratch stories this week.

Our A-side is Just A Pony by Godzillawolf.

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Jan
5th
2022

It Is Recommendsday, My Dudes #42 · 8:36pm January 5th

A new year and I'd like to get us started in a flash!

...I feels shamed for making that lame joke.

Still telling it.

ANYWAY.

Our lead this week is one of my all-time favorite Flash Sentry fics, Off the Market by Summer Dancer.

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Jan
2nd
2022

Author's Quarterly Update: Winter 2021 · 9:38pm January 2nd

Okay slightly not 2021, but the holiday season's been a bit hectic so I'm a touch behind.

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Dec
29th
2021

It Is Recommendsday, My Dudes #41 · 8:07pm Dec 29th, 2021

For our final week of 2021 and of the new authors push, I've decided on a theme that summarizes from the old fable of the scorpion and the frog: "It's in my nature." 

The starting piece is Logarithmicon's Resolution of a Queen.

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Dec
22nd
2021

It Is Recommendsday, My Dudes #40 · 7:21pm Dec 22nd, 2021

Today's batch shares the common theme of LGBT relationships - delving a bit more deeply into the themes than the average fluffy Mane 6 ship. 

Ironically, today's chosen lead story is a Mane 6 ship. 

An End by Root Head is a humanized (not EQG, despite similarities) tale where, with their time in high school about to end, Fluttershy and Applejack's ships cross paths.

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Dec
15th
2021

It Is Recommendsday, My Dudes #39 · 9:29pm Dec 15th, 2021

This week, I'm going with a youth theme - foals and young children in their own stories. And we've got a pretty good batch. 

I'll lead with the shortest piece: Dawn Comes to Equestria by Evil Fairy. This one's an EQG/G4 crossover that takes place after the finale of both (though not the G4 epilogue.) 

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Dec
8th
2021

It Is Recommendsday, My Dudes #38 · 8:28pm Dec 8th, 2021

Continuing the focus on newer authors, I'm going to swing us in a melancholy direction today. These three stories share the Sad tag, though I'll note that they have their more shining moments, too.

We'll lead with the oldest of the accounts this month - Purple Seacow, who got their first publish in September with Unburying.

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Dec
1st
2021

It Is Recommendsday, My Dudes #37 · 8:05pm Dec 1st, 2021

So December is going to be a bit different for this blog series. While I was going back over my prepared list of stories to pull from, I realized that I'd fallen behind on what was supposed to be the backbone of this series: bringing to light authors and stories that have gotten overlooked and particularly to new blood on the site. I'd developed a backlog that was longer than I'd thought and a few of the 'new blood' authors were only new in the loosest sense anymore. 

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Nov
24th
2021

It Is Recommendsday, My Dudes #36 · 9:33pm Nov 24th, 2021

We're going to be taking a long dive into lesser known authors in December (and more on that next post), so before we go into that I think it's time to pull out some of the big guns.

Both of these stories are masterworks by highly skilled authors - and they also share the extremely uncommon narrative device that they're told in reverse chronological order.

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