Date: 07/14/13 08:01 am Title: Chapter 1
Thank you for your comment to Jumissy
I know that the grammar and spelling can be better.
However, you come up to some conclusions that are not true
First I write my story on Word. This story is actually from 2008. Then I put it through a spell and grammar control
Then I re-read it
Use the control once more
Then I send it to a proof reader.
The good news is that I have a new proof reader since then.
Most stories that I read have similar problems. However, I look for the idea and the story line. Not if they are an expert prose.
Do not get me wrong, I love reviews, even the negative ones. that is why I have taken the time to write this to you
lets hope that the new proof reader helps improve the stories
Date: 07/13/13 09:18 pm Title: Chapter 1
stop using the submission box as your 'word' program. Compose your work first, then proofread and edit it using a word processor, have someone read it to you aloud and make notes on a hard copy as they read. Correct your word usages; attack is not an area of a house, she doesn't 'seen' something, she 'saw' it, etc. Many times you write sentences which immediately contradict: "Taylor didn't think he was a boy or girl. He thought he was a girl....." Reword so its no longer nonsensical: "Taylor was convinced he was actually a girl now." or " Taylor was no longer confused, he was sure he was a girl now."