Mar. 3rd, 2011

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Okay, so here are some of the suggestions I got, including ones I wasn't able to use last time. I'll just post them until I'm able to include them, yeah? :D

General suggestions:

Well, most of you agreed with the stop in Kazan, and vanilla as a scent. Will try to get vanilla, as well as some of the other scents (wood smoke, burning hair, brake pads, incense, all of which could really fit in here,) in later. :D

Here are a few from last time:
Many suggestion! )

Love these! Thanks so much, this is fun! ^_^ So here we go!

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Chapter Three – Dust In Your Garden )

Ugh, that last part was hard to write.

So I'm not sure if anyone out there is getting a clue about who these people are supposed to be. :D I'm actually not entirely sure myself if that's what I'm really meaning to say. I like the idea of supernatural stuff, but that at the end of the day, there's an unexpected reason for it.

What do you guys think? I feel like something needs to happen to Eames, because as I've said before, I tend to use Arthur as my whipping boy just to watch him bounce back and kick double the ass in half the time. The pattern I seem to have always written is that something bad happens to Arthur but then something dangerous happens to Eames and Arthur has to overcome whatever's going on with him and rescue his partner. What do you guys think if I switch that scenario up?

What would you like to see happen?

Also, give me a scene, a visual with either or both of them that I can attempt to write.

I've got a line for Arthur to say to Eames (haven't gotten to that yet but I will try to,) how about a line for Eames to say to Arthur? Anything you'd like to hear, and I'll give it my best shot.

There are still some suggestions I haven't gotten to yet, but I'm still going to get them in there somehow. ^_^


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