What the Future Holds (Chapter 2)What the Future Holds Chapter 2What the Future Holds (Chapter 2) by OmniscientTurtle
"That was the coolest thing ever!"
Little Octavia skipped out of the passage from the best experience of her life. It certainly beat the orchestras her parents had dragged her too so many times before, and she pondered whether or not it beat Hearth's Warming Day. Her favorite part had been when they pierced through the clouds into the eternally sun-filled skies above, during which her face had been plastered against her window so as not to let a single moment pass where she was not peering into the brilliant aether. Trying to keep her eyelids open permanently had proven to be a small obstacle in this endeavor.
Looking from 30,000 feet in the air out onto her old homeland, she had realized just how dreary it was, though that might have just been the rainclouds affecting her interpretation. Either way, she was somewhat glad to no longer live in Germaney. It had always been kind of boring; she was hoping that Manehattan might
What the Future Holds (Chapter 1)What the Future Holds: Chapter 1What the Future Holds (Chapter 1) by OmniscientTurtle
"Octavia, would you please stop making those atrocious noises?"
The little filly instantly ceased her imaginary airplane impression at her mother's order, silently bring her flailing forelegs down. A pestered expression replaced the dumb smile that had been there a few moments ago. She proceeded to rest her elbow on the edge of the windowpane of the back seat of their car, letting her gaze drift to the soft rain falling outside. Her eyelids fell to half-mast, boredom taking over in mere moments. Without the permission to make any more noises, she needed something to bide her attention, and the buildings flying past her vision seemed perfect for that.
Her mother let out a sigh. "Look, I know you're excited dear, but please, try to relax. We wouldn't want ourselves looking like some sort of ruffians to our fellow travelers."
She knew that, but how could she not be
My MommyMy mommy is the prettiest lady I ever seenMy Mommy by SuperComicNerd
she has brown hair, blue eyes and a smile
My mommy wears her favorite colors
and she lets me wear the pinkest dresses
I did her makeup once and we were models for a day
she tells me bedtime stories about the lady who losses her slipper
or the girl who falls in love with a frog
When I see mommy on the weekends
she gives me the biggest hugs and yucky kisses
mommy asks me about my week
but I thought she already knows
because I heard mommy's are always around
Sometimes when she's not with me
I can hear her in the other room crying
telling herself why did it happened to her
when I ask daddy, he says she was ill when I was a baby
and couldn't take care of me
One time I asked him if he loved mommy like I do
daddy said yes but he wouldn't give the biggest hugs
like she does
My mommy is the best mommy in the world
I will ask daddy for a mothers day present
for chocolates, but not the dark ones
they're not nice
like the people wh
Fan Art Friday: My Little Pony-Friendship is MagicFan Art Friday: My Little Pony-Friendship is Magic by techgnotic
FAN ART FRIDAY: Friendship Is Magic
Mane 6 princesses
It’s been over 30 years since the original “My Little Pony” (a.k.a. “MLP”) franchise made its debut and its following has never been stronger.
The 2010 reboot by Lauren Faust (fyre-flye), “My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic,” had its start on DeviantArt where Lauren originally posted the early concept art which would later evolve into the ponies we know and love t
5 Qualities Readers Want in Your Story's Villain5 Qualities Readers Want to See in Your Story's Villain5 Qualities Readers Want in Your Story's Villain by JosephBlakeParker
A story is only as good as its villain. And while the antagonist of your story does not have to be a “villain,” they do have to live up to certain reader expectations if you want your story to be of any merit. So here are the top 5 qualities that readers want and need to see in your story's villain.
Quality 1: Your villain should be a dynamic, true-to-life character.
Remember, we are talking villains here, not monsters. And unlike a monster, a villain should be a person. This means that no matter what race, gender, or even species, your audience should be able to empathize on a certain level with them. Doing so makes the story feel real, and creates complex emotions for the audience as well as the hero.
Quality 2: Your villain should be more powerful than the hero.
This does not mean that you villain has to be stronger in every way. I means that the villain should have something that gives them a distinct edge over the
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Oh yes, and I am in fact a brony. Proud to be one too.