And this is the last of the backed up pony stories from before the most dangerous game contest. Which means… I’ll either have to read more pony stories or post something entirely non-pony tomorrow. Might even have to switch from posting every day to just once or twice a week. The horror! How will the internet survive without a constant stream of my wit to give it motivation to keep trying to escape and power society’s big hamster wheel?
Another fluffy one. This one was sweet’n’simple, but probably not worth a read unless you really like the character.
This was more a romance than just a shipping story, if you get the difference. A bit short to get into deep romantic stuff, but if you go with the assumption of the backstory of the romantic build-up it is a very sweet story. I also liked that each of the chapters was from a different character’s point of view, yet the story doesn’t overlap at all. By that I mean that the start of each chapter is what happens right after the end of last chapter, just viewed from a different viewpoint. There is no overlap, though it is close enough that the first thing in the chapter is usually the reaction by the new character to the last thing in the previous chapter. The author does a good job pacing the emotions with each chapter having a bit of an arc and the emotional contrast between them was handled very well. I’d recommend this one and plan to check out more stories by this author.
Silly, and so short I practically read it by accident. Was worth it for the punchline when Princess Celestia shows up.