I’m not sure why, but I get strangely fascinated whenever I stumble across a ‘I am leaving Fimfiction’ post. I never really look for them, but occasionally I check an author page of a story I just read and find they’ve done the ‘I am leaving and here is why’ last blogpost thing. I always end up reading the whole thing even if it’s someone I don’t know and/or just found. Not sure exactly why. A glimpse into someone else’s viewpoint? Or perhaps a glimpse into a side things I so rarely see. I tend to not notice a whole lot of drama and stuff like that even in the places I frequent. Just don’t interact with people often enough to catch that sort of thing. I just do my own thing and semi-obsessively maintain spreadsheets of hopefully helpful information for people. Then again, when I had a minecraft server up I ran into major drama like three weeks into inviting other people that ended up with everyone leaving and me shutting down the server. So… I think I’ll stick to the spreadsheet. Nice objective information nicely sorted into columns and rows. So simple.
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Anyone want to recommend a story that might make it into the 300th slot? I mean I’ve got a backlog now, but I’ll read and review any recommendations right away. Of course if someone else comes out with a a big review post in the next day or two they will get it. I’m thinking the reviewer side of the “big prize” will be the opportunity to inflict a book/story on me. Whatever the winner wants, I’ll read from start to finish. The story side of the prize is gonna have to wait until after the holidays, so it’ll be a secret a bit longer. Just be glad it wasn’t one of today’s stories that got the 300th spot.
Stories covered today:
- Futa Chrysalis and Twilight Sparkle Have Sex by SexyBack
- Futa Chrysalis and Twilight Sparkle Have Waffles (and More Sex) by SexyBack
Truth in advertising. Pretty much pure clop. Decently written, but not pulse-grabbing or anything. The ‘deleted scenes’ at the end were hilarious. Also, I actually read this a while before the one above. So it’s not like I went from that one to this one.
More clop. With some actual characterization and just a touch of romance this time. Then the clop, which was written a bit better this time. Still not amazing, but signs of improvement.