A new chapter has been added to The Safe Word Is… — which once and for all proves that it is not a rape story. As a result, a new version of the PDF is now available to download from here.
First of all, a very Happy New Year to you if you haven’t seen any of my blog posts on Fimfiction. This year has already gotten off to a fine start, as I have been invited to join the staff over at Scottish Bronies. I’ll be a part of their fanfiction team but, alas, I can’t use the position I now hold to blatantly self-promote myself… not that I would.
I have just added three new things to the Art and Music page. Two of them are things I made in Garry’s Mod with the third thing — the eagerly anticipated (by me) ragdoll of my very own OC, Doctor Haywick. Feel free to download him and do whatever you want, just make sure you share it with me as well!
This year I hope to finish A Season Of Terror, as well as complete my Great Grammar Initiative, which involves editing every story I’ve written to fix all the mistakes. Some stories, particularly those in the Geoverse, might even be subject to a complete rewrite.
Speaking of the Geoverse: Lightning Dust is no longer a canon character. I know she appeared in a NSFW story (which I can’t link because my affiliates would kick my butt), but I’m just saying this on account of the SFW sequel she is due to appear in. Neither it or the NSFW story are part of the canon Geoverse, and instead have been consigned to the Alternate Geoverse alongside To Learn Is Human and Transformation.
Anyway, that’s all for now. Until the next time, dear readers!
The page for Twilight Sparkle Tries Irn Bru has been updated with links to two readings on YouTube.
That Nagging Feeling has been rewritten to meet my current standards of grammar.
The old version of the story still remains for posterity, but a new version can also be downloaded from the story’s page on this site.
Every morning without fail, the mail is delivered to the various citizens of Canterlot. Among them are Geo and Twilight Sparkle, a Prince and Princess with a habit of getting themselves into strange situations.
Which is probably just as well, because this particular batch of letters is unlike any they’ve ever seen before.
With the help of some of their friends, they begin picking their way through the unknown. But who’d have thought that reading the mail could have the potential to be so dangerous?
NOTICE: The PDF has been edited. Anyone who has read this story prior to the date of this post may want to download the new version.