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Meridian Prime


Your friendly local hollow eyed demon baby.

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Dec
15th
2014

So Here's A Cool Idea I Had · 1:46pm Dec 15th, 2014

For anyone interested, I am still working on my writing, but it's been slow going lately. However, I had an idea about the changelings that's really rather good, if I do say so myself, but I have absolutely no idea what to do with it. So while I probably will use this one eventually, I'm just going to throw it out here, as it's too good to go to waste. If you do end up using it for something, it would be pretty cool if you could say "hey, Meridian Prime came up with this cool headcanon",

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On My Avatar

Good Lord! What has been done to that infant? Out the womb sans eyes, broken and left to the surgeon's horrible instruments! One cannot appreciate the true extent of medical science's progress until bearing witness to this abomination. No doubt this child was soon cast aside, fed to the ravenous gutters, left in a world of garbage and human waste. Now I cannot walk the streets for fear of this monstrosity, if still lurking, emerging from his nest and chasing me with wild, bouncing eyes. Be still, I say, not a sound--but surely it will hear my pounding heart.

- T-S-H

Favourite Fics From Fimfiction (For Favouring Fantastic Fabulists & Fictionists)

For anyone that is remotely interested, I used to read a lot of fics, and although the bookshelf system is great, I have far too many Favourited stories from pre-bookshelf times to re-sort them. So although I have a favourites list for stories I like, the ones I consider the very "best of the best" I showcase in a group I created to house all of those tales that I deem, in my limited wisdom, to be really rather good. You can find it here:
Meri's Favourite Stories

Biography

An aspiring writer of British descent, with a bunch of ideas and not enough time to actually write them. On semi-hiatus as of 2020.

I used to be very active on this site, but life has dropped in as it often does and I find my time a lot more limited these days. If you PM me I'll definitely get back to you, and I try and respond to comments eventually although I'm sure I've missed some replies with my long absences. I've also drifted away from FiM a little, although it will always have a fond place in my heart. Something kind of nice about that is that the drift has mostly affected my reading habits. I'm writing a lot more FiMfic now, in bits and pieces here and there. We'll see if it produces anything - I've given up on trying to set a schedule to my writing, it doesn't really seem to do anything but stress me out and make people wonder where I've gone.

If you'd like some help with editing or pre-reading on your work, I have some experience and I'd at least be willing to give it a look over. No professional experience at the moment, but I have a keen eye and would be happy to help.

I am a reader/contributor to the You Might Like This group, which I heartily recommend you check out (yes I am totally shameless how did you know) was a contributor, I'm reasonably sure the group is defunct at this point. However, the little not-quite-reviews were rather fun, and I may end up continuing the tradition in my blogs alone at some point. For now, they're all collected below.

If you want to find me on other sites, I have exactly the same name and profile pic on Discord and Steam (and Fanfiction.net if anyone actually still goes there), and the only difference on AO3 is an underscore where the space would normally be. No writing there as of yet, but I have quite a few ideas for other fandoms tucked away, so something may turn up eventually.

My "You Might Like This" Reviews, Collected

Apr
17th
2015

A Personal Experiment In Writing · 6:05pm Apr 17th, 2015

I went to see the Museum of Innocence today.

It's quite a name that, isn't it? The more literary minded among you may recognise it as the name of a novel by Turkish author and Nobel Laureate Orhan Pamuk. He built this place as he was writing the book - a history, a monument to the lives of two people who never existed and feel all the more real for it.

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  • 48 weeks
    TWO STORIES. FOUR DAYS.

    LET'S GOOOOOOOOOOOOOO


    (No really though I'm pretty proud of this one. Give it a try.)

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  • 49 weeks
    Still still STILL alive...?

    Er

    I'm here? 🤷

    I don't have many excuses this time.

    My computer turned out to be a pain and half to actually put together, and also it turns out that depression sucks. Who knew, huh?

    But anyway I'm alive, and here's a "new" (actually from last March but who's counting haha [me, I'm counting]) story for you lot. It did pretty well in Writeoff, and I'm sick of turning it over because I'm not satisfied with my latest effort, so you're getting it as it is.

    6 comments · 104 views
  • 66 weeks
    Still STILL Alive

    Currently working on the whole 'pictures of my new place' thing I promised in the previous blog--my shitty old laptop is starting to give up the ghost and I don't trust it enough to transfer my pictures to it, so I'm waiting on a rebuilt desktop.

    However, what isn't still being delayed is some more writing! Yes, you read that correctly folks--Meri has in fact gotten off of his arse and published something.

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  • 76 weeks
    I'm Still Alive

    Aaaaand I have a decent reason for my long absence. Decent-ish, at least?

    Essentially, I found out around April that I would be moving to Japan to teach English for a year (minimum, potentially longer). As you can imagine, I then spent the next few months freaking out a bit and trying to get ready to go.

    This has all paid off nicely, as I'm currently sitting in my new apartmen on a tatami floor in the small seaside town of Usami, Shizuoka. It's pretty sweet.

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  • 108 weeks
    Slightly Belated Seasonal Greetings!

    Real life has been trying its hardest to keep me away from anything remotely creative recently, but I have managed to write a Christmas-y story for the Jinglemas collab over the last month. Seeing as we're now free to post them to our own account, I've just put it up - I hope you all like it! It's a comedy piece, although a lot less dark than my previous attempt at it.

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2658609
Good to be back friend, good to be back. :ajsmug:

Nice to see you back, Prime. :pinkiehappy:

2469438
Waaaaaaay past due reply - hi!

2630490
You're very welcome! You absolutely earned them. :ajsmug:

Thank you for the watch and all the nice comments! :twilightsmile:

eee, nice comments, thank you so much.🙏

2615402
You're welcome! I'll be sure to do that. :twilightsmile:

Hey, thanks for the favorite AND the upvote! Please be sure to check out more of my stories too!

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You're quite welcome! :twilightsmile: I really liked your take on making DiamondBloom work - I've always quite liked the idea that the two would grow closer once DT actually grew up a bit, so this played into that well.

Thanks for the fave!

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You're very welcome. :ajsmug: I saw it was by you and expected great things - I was not disappointed. Pitch perfect bit of dark comedy.

And things are doing okay. In exam season right now, been browsing fimfic in my down time for the first time in AGES - I'll make a proper comeback soon though.

Gasp! Thank you for the favourite, sir... Hope everything is well with you.

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Thank you for commenting! It reminded me that I forgot to follow you - clearly a mistake given how much I enjoyed It Started With A Whisper. :twilightsmile:

Thank you for the fave!

Past-due poke!

Pssssssssssst Hi meri!

2403418 Might I ask how the name of "Meridian Prime" came to be as your moniker?

2397720
Thank you! I appreciate the continued patronage.
As for how I found MLP - 2400816: A friend of mine was into the series, and curiousity got me to ask what he saw in a show about pastel coloured kids toys. It's been ponies all the way down ever since.

2394735 If I may ask, what was your experience with MLP: FiM? How did you come across the series? Did it find you or did you find it?

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