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Two more fanlistings!

I’ve added two more fanlistings to the Seventh Star Network: The Royal Library of Genovia, for Meg Cabot’s bestselling The Princess Diaries series (all 11 books, plus novellas and side books) Written in the Stars, for the relationship between Chiba Mamoru/Tuxedo Mask/Endymion x Tsukino Usagi/Sailor Moon/Serenity x Seiya Kou/Sailor Star Fighter from Naoko Takeuchi’s hit Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon anime and manga. Check them out and let me know what you think!

Late April Update

Hey everyone, Long time no post! I apologize for the delays in updates; I’ve had a lot of crazy stuff going on, including a recent switch in my servers! I’m trying to confirm that all of the websites on the Seventh-Star Network are up and running; if you encounter any errors while trying to load any portion or content of any website, please don’t hesitate to let me know! What’s coming eventually, if everything remains stable on the site: More updates to Along the Way, including the latest pages, bonus content, and more! The unveiling of the revamped websites formerly part of Animanga Collision, including the official What Doesn’t Kill You website, Darkness Rising (Yu-Gi-Oh!), Mare Serenitatis (Sailor Moon) and more!

Early November Update

Work on the new Seventh-Star Network is underway! Here are some sites you can check out now, along with a few that are coming soon… Along the Way – an Azureshipping (Téa x Seto) comic based off Flashchimp’s fanfiction of the same name, drawn by talented artist CleopatraWolf! I’ll be adding more pages to this phenomenal “doujinshi” comic soon, connecting it to my existing Blue Eyes and Apricots and Dragonfayth sites, which also revolve around the Azureshipping pairing. Also stay tuned for cool new content about the setting (Ancient Greece and Egypt)! Please let me know if you experience any issues with viewing the comic, whether it has to do with pages not displaying, incorrect ordering, or something else! Chixflix – an educational blog written by myself and four other students from California State University – Northridge. We participated in an English/Pop Culture course taught by Professor Charles Hatfield about “chick …

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