Date: 09/21/2017 9:20 AM Title: Chapter 1
Put a thought into one quote marker.
'Jim, I need you.' he thought. 'I want to have you against this very wall, now!'
Whereas, put a speech into two quote markers.
"I will fuck you so hard against the wall of the ship, Jim."
These are the rules of grammar for writing. I hope to help your readability much.
OK. Grammar isn't my strong point. It is what it is.
Date: 01/27/2014 11:15 PM Title: Chapter 1
Are you still having problems with the italics? When I copy paste my writing into the text box, it automatically preserves formatting such as italics. Does it not do so for you? Also, I think you must leave checked the box "Use tinyMCE". Another thing to check: Are you perhaps using some really weird text editor before pasting into the text box?
I am not an expert on these things, but hopefully some of these ideas will help. :)
Hiya - I don't usually copy and paste my stories in, but, perhaps, if I have a story that's part italics, I will have to start doing that. I usually just load mine from the browse box. Thank YOU for bothering to write all this down for me.
Date: 11/10/2013 12:35 AM Title: Chapter 1
She tells the writer that,"While the story is good the fact that you don't use "this" when someone is speaking is very distracting and your story would be greatly enproved if you did so."
Since I assume that English is not your first language, and I acknowledge that whatever you first language actually is, I wouldn't be able to speak it at all (since I am obviously inferior) - I won't worry too much about why you are speaking about yourself, it appears, in the third person - and quite what (it is) or how you refer to 'this'; I cannot entirely decipher. I'm not all that sure what you're speaking about in this feedback. Sorry.
Date: 11/09/2013 11:45 PM Title: Chapter 1
Great prequel to the wall sex story.
Yeah, I did think that they could take place along the same timeline/universe. THANK YOU. Where do you come from? Australia (Is your name pronounced 'Dunny-Yazard' or 'Dun Yazard'?