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Cold in Gardez

Stories about ponies are stories about people.

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Now in Book Form!

We have transcended the digital!

To celebrate the final season of Friendship is Magic, our good friend and all-around awesome dude Aquaman decided last year to embark on an incredible going-away project for Bronycon 2019 -- the Bronycon Bookstore. He invited authors from across the fandom to print real, hard-copy books and offer them for sale. At the time, none of us knew if the store would be a success, or if we'd all be walking home with our bags filled with unsold books.

The result surprised us all.

My contribution to the store, Completely Safe Stories: A Collection, sold out in the first few hours of the first day. I wasn't even able to get one for myself. But now, everyone can!

That's right! Through the printing company, Lulu.com, you can have your own copy of Completely Safe Stories for the at-cost price of $10.80, plus $3.99 for shipping. I'm not making a cent off these books.

If you've always wanted a piece of the fandom to hold in your hands, I think you could do worse than this book. The few copies I saw at Bronycon were slick as hell, as quality as anything you'd see at a Barnes & Noble. The cover art came out absolutely great. And the words inside aren't too bad either.


Short Story: The Sculpture · 2:11am September 13th

This is not a story about ponies. No ponies here! Go elsewhere for ponies.

But this is a story for a D&D adventure I am writing. And I suppose it's also a story about what it means to have purpose, where we get that purpose form, and what happens when that purpose vanishes. People things, in other words.

The flower turns its face to the sun.

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Sometimes I'm in awe of my ability to connect wisdom and ideas and people and pretty much everything from extraordinarily far flung parts of my existence. Today, that included your indefatigable user bio:

Hey, this guy's pretty good with his words, he should write some short stories or something.


Glad you enjoyed it, and really glad that you were able to read it in translation! Translators put a lot of hard work into those stories, and I'm always glad to hear it pay off.

Hello! I just read you work The Book of Might Have Been, I read the translation though. I can say it is well-written and also well translated.

Have a follow.:twilightsmile:

How may I call you?

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