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Subject: if you don’t like, don’t read.
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If you don’t like it, don’t read it. and I’ve heard all about your rude reviews dickhead. Plus i am new to http://www.fanfiction.net, GOT IT?!
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re: Your review to A little love Story with Lucario and Braixen
A response to your review at https://www.fanfiction.net/r/12960886/
Hey. I must say, I do like how you are assuming the fact that I am making this book into a generic High School love story. I have big plans for this book, so I would prefer if you would not assume anything like that from me.
Also, another thing. It is actually grammatically correct to put a comma at the end of what a character is saying in the quotations.
Ex “I do like to read at the library.” She said.
You are supposed to put a comma at the end of a sentence because of the sentence is not complete yet, thus you will be making two separate sentences by doing so, but if you put a comma at the end of what a character is saying…
“I do like to read at the library,” she said
That flows a lot better than putting in a period.
Thank you for your review! See ya next chapter!
secs ago[Hey. I must say, I do like how you are assuming the fact that I am making this book into a generic High School love story. I have big plans for this book, so I would prefer if you would not assume anything like that from me.]
Then you should have made that apparent. All I see in this chapter is generic high school romance. Fair or not, people will use the first chapter to decide whether or not to keep reading. If people bounce because your first chapter isn’t representative of the real story, that’s a flaw.
This thread has more explanation on the subject: https://www.fanfiction.net/topic/11834/142411850/1/First-Chapters
[It is actually grammatically correct to put a comma at the end of what a character is saying in the quotations.]
…Yes, that is exactly what I said. I’m not clear what the issue is?
St Elmo’s Fire,
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Story: Do No Harm
Chapter: 1. Home and Hearth
From: Dwankitybag (Guest)
Dwankitybag:You wouldn’t capitalize pokemon or mouse or dragon so you should go kill yourself you f*** dwankitynag
re: Your review to The Legendaries
A response to your review at https://www.fanfiction.net/r/12960602/
Are you a mod or admin or something?
Anyway, so do you think I should continue my fanfiction, or delete it and start a new one?
secs agoNo, I am not a mod. Mods don’t spend time reviewing people.
I advise you to make your own decision for the story based on what you want to write. Just be aware that you have other options than Pokemon to tell the stories you want to tell. What drew you to tell this story about the pokemon gods in particular? Is there something about them that you can’t find anywhere else?
Hello, asking for restart and forgivness.
13 JunNovum Arkilum
You probably know me better as Arkilos… you reviewed my attempts on Project Legacy.
I hope you still remember me.. I just want let you know that we have gotten off on the wrong foot, I would like to apologise for some of my latter actions… I ran into Dragon and I found myself tumbling into a situation that was less then desirable… I have talked to Reeds, if we can reacquaint with each other… I would appreciate it.
I would love to here your thoughts on my current stories… please keep in mind that I am working alone with Dyslexia, so grammar and spelling errors is something that is very large struggle for me… and finding an editor is difficult when I seem to have Leonardo’s curse it seems.
(and yes I am still trying with Project Legacy… I am to stubborn to give in)
secs agoThere is a detailed grammar guide here: https://www.fanfiction.net/topic/11834/21887406/1/Writing-Guide-Part-One-Grammar
Other online resources, such as Grammar Girl, may also be helpful.
Have you tried using weighted fonts? I have heard they are helpful for many people with dyslexia.
And sure, if I run into your stories again I’ll give my thoughts. I’ll try to avoid saying stuff I’ve already mentioned in a previous review.
This was the dickweed who made the petition trying to remove me and everyone I ever touched. He did take it down… about half a day after sending this PM, and only after Farla showed up in his thread to berate him about it.