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Cyndrarae's bigbang dilemma

Okay I need help... inspiration, motivation more like. I don't know what to do with this third spn_j2 bigbang I've enlisted myself for. Been over a month and I'm still drawing a complete blank. So I'm hoping your inputs to this poll below would help direct my thoughts a little better perhaps?

Poll #1525370 Bigbang dilemma
This poll is closed.

Which of my SPN/J2 bigbangs did you like more?

2008: Shipwrecked by the laughter of Gods
16(80.0%)
2009: Untold love story of inanimate objects
3(15.0%)
Haven't read either
1(5.0%)
Didn't like either
0(0.0%)

What did you like about the one you liked more?

The plot
5(26.3%)
The narrative style
1(5.3%)
The angst
1(5.3%)
The porn :)
0(0.0%)
The length
0(0.0%)
The 3rd person POV
0(0.0%)
Something else (please tell me in comments)
1(5.3%)

What did you NOT like about the one you liked less or didn't like?

The plot
2(18.2%)
The narrative style
1(9.1%)
The angst
0(0.0%)
The porn :)
0(0.0%)
The length
1(9.1%)
The 3rd person POV
0(0.0%)
Something else (please tell me in comments)
4(36.4%)

What's your level of excitement for 2010 bigbang, considering there's going to be like *gulp* 500+ stories posted?

I'm psyched, can't wait!
11(55.0%)
I'll read whatever catches my eye
9(45.0%)
Not excited at all
0(0.0%)
I'll be boycotting it completely
0(0.0%)
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As always, my opinions are like, the least popular. ;)

I preferred Inanimate Objects as a personal plots preference. It was angsty, it was frustrating, and most important for me - it was real. A lot of the ideas were really fresh, which grabs me in this fandom like nobody's business, and some of those images were so vivid that they stuck with me for forever.

However: I also loved Shipwrecked, and I would venture a guess by the poll results and just by fandom standards that most people prefer that sort of thing - a little more cliched, maybe, but there's a lot of comfort in that. (Hell, I love to read the sappier cliches as much as the next girl.)

But I know I'll love pretty much anything you write, and I think you know that you'll just need to write from the heart. ♥ (Aww, now look who's into sappy!) If you want to email me plot point brainstorming, etc, you know I'll be happy to help. :) Take care, sweetheart!

Aww... sweetie thank you thank you so much!! Inanimate objects is my personal favorite too, if I may humbly say so.. for that exact reason you articulated so much better than i could :) I chose a cliched plot element - psycho fangirls - but tried to write a unique take on it, focusing on the aftermath and the psychological impact of it, which... I'm so glad that YOU get and liked. And as always, your support is all I need, so thanks again sweetie :) *hugs you tight and never lets go*

I'm going to email you with a plot document in a couple of days - trying something "different" (least I hope so hehe) again this time.

Hope you're doing well sweetheart :) *hugs*

;) I can't wait!

And, well, since you're just writing for my approval, I'll sit back and make myself a cup of tea. :P ::hugs you:: You're a fantastic writer, sweetheart, and I do hope you know that there are a few of us holdouts who like to read the "different" things.

(besides, Inanimate Objects had all that amazing creepy religious imagery and loss of faith, you know I eat that up. :P)

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