I've noticed a trend in many of the partials I've been reading: a whole bunch of your characters have blue eyes. I mean a whole bunch. Which is more than a lot. And I see lots of variations on the blue: cerulean, silver blue, robin's egg blue, dark blue, light blue, pale blue, azure, indigo, aqua, navy, cyan, cobalt and ultramarine.
Many of you seem to using blue eyes as a signifier that your protagonist is different somehow. Special. Unusual.
And see, here's the problem with that: Among Caucasians, blue is the second most common eye color on the planet. (Brown in the most prevalent among Caucasian and non-Caucasian.)
In other words, there's really nothing special or unusual about having blue eyes. (No matter how sparkly they are.) And in fantasy writing especially, which tends to suffer from Caucasian character overload anyway, (that's a whole 'nother blog post, by the way!) blue-eyed protagonists have become something of a cliche. (All of you writing a book with a blue-eyed vampire, raise your hands. Okay, blue-eyed thieves? And no, you back there, all of you writing a book with a blue-eyed wizard. Oh, yeah, don't think I don't see you.)
I'm not saying that you should never have a blue-eyed character. But you might want to try having your characters reflect all of the magnificent colors of the human (or dwarf or elf or vampire or werewolf) spectrum.
PS: You want to give your character really unusual eyes? Try green. It's actually the rarest eye color among human beings.