Okay, everyone, I need your help. I'm almost done with the proofs for "Luminescence." I want to create a special bonus feature for newsletter subscribers, and I was thinking of writing some extra scenes that would only be available to them. But, I want to write what people want to read. So, I've been thinking about possible options. I'll write the descriptions, and then I'd love it if you would vote in my poll.
Option 1: A week passes between the funeral and the beginning of "Luminescence," and there was originally some drama that occurred at the funeral, but had to be cut.
Option 2: The big, final battle with the bad guys takes place off-camera. Because of space requirements and narrative flow, it couldn't be shown. But it's a massive battle with almost all of the Magisterium against the Darkhands at their based.
Option 3: Every story has to end somewhere. The ending answers all the questions raised in the book, and it hints at what happens to the characters in the future--but it doesn't provide lots of details. An extended epilogue would give all the details.
Option 4: Lee and Dr. Timberi met each other when they were young and working for the Magisterium. They were roommates when Dr. Timberi and Nicole met and fell in love. This option would detail Lee and Morgan's young years fighting Darkhands, and the love story between Morgan and Nicole.
If you have other suggestions, you can leave a comment. Thank so much!
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