Celestia knew something terrible was about to happen. Sure, everything seemed fine, but she knew better. Something was very, very wrong.
Her fears were confirmed when a magical being from the distant future told her that on that very night, Equestria would be destroyed and all would be lost. There was no way to stop it. The darkness was coming and would consume everypony. There would only be one survivor – and it was not Celestia.
The world’s last night had come.
All Carrot Top wanted was a good night’s sleep – but then a fight broke out between Twilight Sparkle and the forces of evil. Since there was no way she could go back to bed with all that noise going on, she went outside and joined the party. With Vinyl Scratch providing the music and Pinkie Pie the popcorn, Carrot Top grabbed a chair and watched the battle.
After all, when life gives you lemons, sometimes the only thing to do is party the night away!
After a bad decision my life had apparently ended. The Grim Reaper was in a rush, but the big boys up there wouldn't allow it.
Cutting a deal with Death and ending up in a world I never thought I would see seemed like a blessing but soon, things got complicated. Was it a new chance, a dream coming true or was my soul still trapped somewhere between worlds?
I wrote this book so everypony would know the adventures of how I found the stairway to Equestria.
Do you want to be the next great Equestrian supervillain? Do you have what it takes to challenge the Mane Six? If so, then see Pinkie Pie at Ponyville Castle! She’s looking for a dastardly new crop of evildoers, and if you're one of the best you just might make the cut.
Oh – if you do decide to apply, be sure to fill out Form 112-B in its entirety! Twilight gets very upset if you forget the form. And don't be late!
During a slumber party, a thunderstorm unexpectedly rolls in, and a certain mare is terrified. However, it's not the mare that everypony expects it to be.
Twilight Sparkle is pregnant - and nopony is more surprised than she is. Confronted with the overwhelming responsibility of motherhood, the young mare has to decide whether she is truly up to the task of being a single parent. For a pony who has proven her dedication, intelligence, and strength of character countless times, armed with the bonds of friendship and love, it shouldn't be a difficult choice.
But, as with everything Twilight has done in her life, the circumstances and decisions she must manage are anything but simple.
Soarin has had about enough of Spitfire's attitude and decides to take a flight to clear his head. Until his nose leads him to the doorstep of a certain timid Pegasus.
Fluttershy and Rainbow Dash have been friends since that fateful meeting back in flight school; years later, they try to spend at least one day a week together with no interruptions or distractions. During one of their get-togethers, Fluttershy has an a moment of weakness and says something which forever threatens to alter their relationship. But is that such a bad thing?