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laurenrivers is a professional zebra who specializes in writing scifi/fantasy, post apocalyptic adventure, fantasy, and werewolf fiction. Located in Texas, she is a longtime member of the furry fandom with a penchant for hooved animals.

Her writing inspirations are anything Joss Whedon, Battlestar Galactica (2008), Stein's Gate, Legend of Korra, Final Fantasy, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Among her publications are
Roar Vol. 4 A short story titled "Almost Famous".
Allasso Vol. 3 : Storge A short story titled "First Flight".

Tentative and subject to change, but for now, here are the details.
Tuesday = 10:00 pm to 12:00 pm.
Thursday = 10:00 pm to 12:00 pm.
Stream will start approximately 15 minutes before actual work begins.
More times to be determined.

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Meganbryar is a professional bunny who primarily writes fantasy stories with a furry flavor, though she has been known to dabble in sci-fi and horror as well. Megan lives in Kentucky and has been a member of the furry fandom for almost two decades. She has a particular affinity for rabbits and foxes, as well as equines of various flavors.

Among her publications are

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Latest Journal

Back In Business

on 9 April 2018 at 17:41:43 MDT

Sorry for the prolonged silence, you wouldn't believe how fast it's been a while...

Quick updates on a few topics.

I'm still researching the copyright, this is what has been slowing Blue Moon's release, but I will do it as soon as I can, and when I do, I will let you guys know because I'm super proud of it and I won't rush anything if I can help it. I need to make sure I have my legal ducks in a row so I can make sure to protect future released and advise my partner appropriately.

Regarding the raffle, it is still going, I will leave it open in case anyone else wants in, I will close it and do the remaining steps when the book is ready for release and out. It may take me a while but I do what I say, and so I shall with this. hugs Thanks for bearing with me. Once I know the steps future releases will be more regular.

I had a bit of a break, my muse refused to work for a while so I took some time off and let it recharge with no expectations, and for now I am back to work. I hesitate to stream since it adds a little pressure to me so I only prefer to do it when I have a slam dunk in my head, but we will see. I thank those of you who do show up when I do, sorry, I'd hoped to be more regular but I may tweak things. Regular shows is hard for me despite my penchant for schedules.

YouTube channel is updating again, if you like my stuff feel free to check it out, I expanded my musical library by a bit, sorry I tend to use the same pieces but I'm nervous about using pieces I don't own, since if it takes off I want my options open, but I hope it's not too obnoxious. I try to mix up talking with music using videos and other things.

Blue Moon 2 has been started, and I am done with the first chapter, I think. Lauren's third book is in it's third chapter which I need to finish this month... Journeys I am working on a prequel short story which ties it and Iridescence together, it will be a patreon exclusive when those are ready so stay tuned for that...

Last the big news.

I screwed up. I was working on Sunset's Edge and I looked at my work objectively and decided I didn't need the flashback chapters. As much as I liked what I had planned, it just wasn't logical to put it in there. When I pulled on that string, the rest came somewhat undone. At first I tried putting a band aid on it with an added plotline, but it just didn't sync. When I decided to remove the opening prequel chapter I finally just let it simmer and made the following decision.

It needed to be redone. Now all was not a total loss. The prequel opening will be a standalone and a patreon exclusive. I was also able to save two chapters I really liked with minimal probable edits. However, this means I need to redo the other 11. Now I only finished 9 of those so again it's overall a good thing, as I went back to the drawing board and thought how can I set up the story better and still hit all the points I wanted to, as well as it gave me the opportunity to integrate a character into the plot from the beginning, which I only later realized I needed.

So needless to say it'll be a while before you see the first entry in the post apocalyptic series Sunset's Edge, but it will be worth it and I'll whet your appetite with the comic, the first chapter, and a few other things in the mean time. :)

That's all for now!

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