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December 5

Five chapters finished for Faint Glimmer, 4 preread. Wordcount: 13339

Iqqelverse Reading Order

Here's a list of all of the stories that involve Cheery/Iqqel, listed in the suggested reading order (TQ&I means The Queen and I):

1: Cheersalis
2: Snowboardling
3: TQ&I Book 1: Ponies and Changelings
4: Fidanity 1: Fidanity
5: Love is Blind 1: Harsh Light
6: Reaching Out 1: A Door Opens
7: Infusions 2: Tea
8: TQ&I Book 2: People and Problems
9: Love is Blind 2: Soft Glow
10: Fidanity 2: Fading Embers
11: Reaching Out 2: If Fear Divides, Courage Unites
12: TQ&I Book 3: Friends and Family
13: Dichromatic
14: Reaching Out 3: My Language is Music
15: Infusions 3: Hot Cocoa
16: Fidanity 3: Love Fears Loss
17: Love is Blind 3 (Not yet posted)

Cheersalis, Snowboardling and Dichromatic are by Prane, who conceived of this universe. The Queen and I was my sequel story to Cheersalis, and the rest of the stories are sidefics that are also by me (SoloBrony)

Full breakdown here

ADPA Series

Tentative Series Listing:

ADPA 1: The Nature of Art
ADPA 2-1: Delivery in Art (Overview)
ADPA 2-2: Genre
ADPA 2-3: Style
ADET 1: Unusual Cases

Not Posted:
ADPA 2-4: Elements
ADET 2: Meta-analysis
ADET 3: How to assign genre
ADPA 2-5: Design Approach
ADET 4: Intuitive Art/Natural Expression
ADET 5: Art in Technique/Delivery, Layers of Art
ADPA 2-6: Cohesion
ADET 6: Delivery Across Mediums
ADPA 3: Innovation
ADPA 4: Evocative Art
ADPA 5: Presentation
ADPA 6: Appreciation


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1: It's a Wonderful Case

This amusing tale casts Prince Blueblood as an attorney-at-law, and posits a much deeper, more focused character for him than the one seen in the show. This mindset serves as the primary appeal of the fic; Blueblood's perspective is that of a cool, focused professional, and it sheds a very different light on the Equestria we know. Though hindered by some grammatical and stylistic hitches (the author under-uses commas and semicolons in favor of full stops), and possessing a fairly transparent 'mystery', the story maintains decent readability throughout, and an appeal all its own.

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It's not a very busy place, indeed. My stories don't tend to get a lot of traction, and I'm busy with other projects of late, so I haven't been posting new ones.

First comment here in over three years!

Comment posted by Pedro Hander deleted Apr 24th, 2014

You're quite welcome. I'll probably check out the rest of your stories when I'm no longer swamped in writing ADPA and my own story.

Your issues were only with presentation, and I think I wrote down someplace that that's really the least important part in the grand scheme of things...

Thank you for your insightful critique on Patience, She Said. I'm glad you found it enjoyable, despite its issues.

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