Hi guys im back with the story about abby so i was taking a trip to alaska to see my cuz and i was sitting inside alone then i heard roring so i whent out side to see what it was.Then i saw abby i screamed my head off.Shhhhhhhhhhh its ok abby replied.i stoped screaming and said ok well im huggy so imma get a tacco k? i said huggrley.Ok replied abby...........5 mins later.........yummmmm i said happley.Can i have a tacco? asked abby.Sure i replied...............5 mins later...........done i said.Yay! abby yelled.The next day...well abby i have to go home now i will see you next summer said.Ok abby said sadley.And well thats my story and im gonna make another one about how i ment drackelara pleace only good and nice comments
Here's a nice thing to say.
Again, I'll offer myself as a Beta-Reader.
And encase you didn't notice i said "only good and nice comments" so you guys should not be talking smack about grammar when clearly you don't even know how to read...
One thing I consider.
If you can't spell their names, you ain't a true fan.
Wow can you people EVER say any thing nice? All you do is point out what they did wrong..... get a life! I liked the story!
You know, all you have to do is look at the title and what little bits of this story can be read from the forum to know what you are going to see when you click on a discussion like this and enter in. You'll know before you even click on the topic whether you are going to see something you will be able to appreciate or not. You'll know whether you are going to be tempted to make negative comments or not.
For all of you offering your "constructive criticism," why did you even bother entering this discussion...reading this story? Why didn't you just leave well enough alone?
Did you think the obviously very young author here was going to say, "Oh, thanks so much for the tips about punctuation, spelling, grammar, and everything, guys! You're so helpful and generous! Thanks for making me a better writer!"
Hm? Did you? Did you really?
You know the thing about constructive criticism that so many people fail to consider before opening their mouths and spilling it is whether they have a receptive audience - whether their input is even wanted or requested. You can give the most carefully worded and thoughtful constructive criticism you want, and if the person didn't ask for it and didn't want it it's still bad manners. It's rude.
Since you constructive critics are so good at giving advice, let's see how good you are at taking it. My advice to you is first to ask the person whether they'd like a suggestion that would improve their writing. If they accept your offer than you're in. Otherwise, I'm sorry, it's rude, and you should keep your comment to yourself.