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I'm so sorry this letter wasn't ready when assignments went out! It's been a crazy week. Hopefully, you weren't too stressed waiting.

I feel like I should also apologize for the length of this letter! I tried to provide as much detail as possible, in case you want it. But optional details are optional; if my prompts don't work for you, that's fine. Interpret the AUs AND the pairings however you want. You don't have to use my prompts, and I'm always happy to see someone else's perspective on a pairing.

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Hello! Thank you for writing for me! I love all of these pairings, so I'm thrilled you're writing one of them.

I'll try to keep this short and simple. I'm galfridian everywhereAO3 | LJ | Tumblr | Twitter – so it shouldn't be difficult to dig up some info on me, if you're so inclined. But if you do have a question you can't find an answer to, feel free to contact [personal profile] weasleytook. She'll have all the answers!

A few of my likes: character studies, world building, banter and UST, slow-build romance, and hurt/comfort.

I also love tropes like alternate universes, apocalypses, crossovers, fake relationships, found families, and time travel.

I'm not so fond of a/b/o, abuse, bestiality, dub-con/non-con, gore, or incest. (I'm afraid my tastes are a little vanilla, especially for fandom.)

But I think I'm fairly easy to please, so as long as nothing from my "dislikes" crops up, I don't necessarily need anything from my "likes."

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So you and I were matched! Maybe you're here because you like police procedurals with an international twist like Crossing Lines. Maybe you dig the time travel in All Our Yesterdays or the teens turned soldiers in The Tomorrow series. Maybe you're like me and just can't get over how excellent On the Jellicoe Road is. Maybe you were charmed by Hart of Dixie, despite your best efforts not to be. Either way, you're here, and I'm excited! Whatever the fandom, I look forward to seeing what you come up with.

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