re: Your review to A Comback
A response to your review at https://www.fanfiction.net/r/12823290/
Thanks for the review! Like I stated in the authors notes, I just had to post it to get it out of my head. But thanks for your advice. This oneshot is my failure but I am learning from it. XD
3 FebBlue-Eyes Black Wolf
Hello, St Elmo’s Fire,
I am writing you today in regards to my Pokemon fanfic. I usually do not do this, but I was wondering what you thought of the story. Grammar suggestions aside, which I do appreciate by the way, what do you think of the story itself? Just curious. Stay beautiful!
– Blue-eyes Black Wolf
Your Recent Review
5 FebBandicoot Sauce
A response to your review at https://www.fanfiction.net/r/12823101/
Gee, you sure you didn’t leave anything out?
secs agoI don’t know, did I?
8h agoIt was a rhetorical question. I was making light of just how thorough you were.
Dude, it’s Pokémon. Don’t overthink it.
secs agoHow am I overthinking it? I believe my analysis was reasonable, considering it was a premise I found interesting. I like to analyze stories I like.
2m agoFair enough, my friend. Fair enough.
re: Your review to Pikachu Knits a Scarf
A response to your review at https://www.fanfiction.net/r/12822557/
Your first two points (categorizing and capitalization) have been acknowledged and edited.
As for your third point, however, the way I format dialogue is the way I’ve been taught to. I’ve done some research and looked at various pieces of professional work (such as the books I have at home on my shelves). Some, I’ve noticed, are like the way I format things, as what is in quotation is treated as a separate sentence, others, are more like the way you format things, flowing in one sentence, and others can fall in between. Some, I’ve even noticed, are formatted completely differently (i.e. sentences go at the end of the lines). Honestly, I think it could go either way.
However, I do appreciate your honesty, and I will keep your advice in mind. I thank you for taking the time to comment.
secs ago[I’ve done some research and looked at various pieces of professional work (such as the books I have at home on my shelves). Some, I’ve noticed, are like the way I format things, as what is in quotation is treated as a separate sentence, others, are more like the way you format things, flowing in one sentence, and others can fall in between.]
Can you tell me the titles of these works?
1h agoErin Hunter- Warriors
Curiosity Thrilled the Cat
I wish I had some non-feline oriented examples to give you. I’m sure there’s more, but I’ve moved fairly recently, and most of my other books are in storage.
59m agoThose were the examples I’ve looked at, but I’ve checked Wikihow, just to be sure. Now that I think about it, your dialogue was used more.
I’m sorry for the inconvenience.
re: Your review to Flashbacks and Forths
6 FebThe White Eevee
A response to your review at https://www.fanfiction.net/r/12823187/
Thank you for the time you took to read and review my story. I will try to add your inputs to the net addition to the story.
Just want to say thanks for your review on my story ‘When World’s Collide’, although I can’t be 100% sure my writing will be perfect in the coming chapters, I will aim to continue improving. I haven’t written for a while, so its a good start for me back on here.
And a straggler from NaRe:
re: Your review to Cinders Confusing Day
A response to your review at https://www.fanfiction.net/r/12804037/
I would like to say that I appreciate your feedback immensely. I will use this advice to improve my writing pieces on both this site and the other one I use. I will try to fix those errors. Just to let you know, this is only my second time trying to write a story that is solely focused on intercourse and love.