Comments from steelkat29
|2013-09-16 10:35:07||Asmodeus - Demon of Lust: Part Three||Anon your comment made me smile :) couldn't have explained it better myself. Thank you for that|
|2013-10-08 16:16:07||Asmodeus - Demon of Lust: Part 5||Hello my loyal readers! If you've gotten to this point in the story and crave more then I would like to thank you for your perseverance and patience. I know it's been a while since I updated the story, but as I've mentioned before, I unfortunately cannot write full time. I have managed to write about 2/3 of part six though and I know you guys were probably hoping that I would be done by now so I'm sorry that it's taking me so long. I have, however had a bit of a burst of inspiration and hope to have part six completed within a few days; after which I will send it to my recently acquired beta and post it as soon as she gets back to me. In the mean time, check out my poetry and happy reading!
|2013-10-13 05:31:59||The Devil's Pact Chapter 7: The Date||If you want to use italics, use this code instead of this one <i></i>|
|2013-10-29 08:04:48||She had to do it||I'm not really into this type of story but since you were kind enough to comment on my poem, I thought I should read it and give you some advice. I've read your other comments and it seems to me that you are genuinely interested in perfecting your craft, just as I am. So I offer you this, and I hope it helps.
You have a lot of work to do when it comes to the flow of your words. Certain words feel incorrectly placed and of course grammar can become a minor distraction. In saying that, however, I understand that we're all human and mistakes can be made even with painstaking proof-reading (I know this first hand; I'm always finding mistakes in my chapters after they are published).
Another thing that will help make your work easier to read it the layout. Keep in mind that reading online is different to reading on paper. Spacing counts! Leave a gap between every new paragraph and sentence. Also, enact the dialogue in your mind so it doesn't sound cheesy or forced. Practice makes per
|2013-10-29 08:11:39||She had to do it||Practice makes perfect, so write whenever you can. Don't forget to read as well, you'll find inspiration in the work of others and you can use published works as guidelines to help you master issues like word flow and grammar as well as a source for improving your vocabulary. Never give up! Your characters show promise and with enough effort on your part, you could shape up to be a pretty great author.
Good luck and happy writing!