Oct. 1st, 2016

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Dear Yuletide Author,

First and foremost I'd like to offer up a huge "Thank You!!" to you for writing a story for me. I know how difficult it can be to put any part of your creative process into the hands of another individual, so I will treat do my best to treat that trust with the care and respect it deserves. ^_^

AO3: eirenical (chibi1723)
tumblr: eirenical

Notes on rating, kink and general likes/dislikes )

Specific Requests (in no particular order):

You are free to utilize any prompt I toss out there or none of them. If reading what I like about the characters/worlds sparks a fic idea in your head, feel free to ignore the prompts and run with it. ^_^

Also, length of babble in no way indicates my fandom preferences. It’s just that I’ve been requesting some of these longer than others and those requests have taken on a life of their own. -.-;;; I promise I’m equally excited about the possibility of all six of these requests. ^_^

1. All Seeing Eye - Rob Thurman -- Hector Allgood, Jackson Lee Eye, Tessa 'Tess' Lee )

2. The Fire's Stone - Tanya Huff -- Aaron, Chandra, Darvish )

3. Island City (1994) -- Greg 23, Connie Sealle, Andy Sealle )

4. Jeremiah (TV) -- Markus Alexander, Jeremiah (Jeremiah) )

5. Power Rangers Dino Thunder -- Conner McKnight, Derrick (Power Rangers), Eric McKnight )

*deep breath* And I think that's it. Like I said, if any of the details I provided don't work for you, feel free to toss them out the window and write what's most comfortable for you. If you are happy and excited about what you're writing, I'm sure I will love it. Passion comes across and I do not in any way want to dampen yours. ^_^ I certainly won't object if you want to accommodate me in my far-too-verbose additional requests, but as stated many times -- totally not a requirement. ^_^ Go with your gut. The fact that you're writing something for me is plenty enough to have me thrilled and excited and bouncing for joy. ^_^

Thank you, again, and HAPPY YULETIDE! :D
A grateful recipient

September 2017



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