I was hoping I wouldn't have to make one of these for this book, but it looks like I have to. (10.15.15) (Read edit note at the end)
FIRST! THIS BOOK IS BARELY EDITED! KEYWORD BEING BARELY. I know it bugs people when they see a grammar mistake, it bugs me too. But I know there's some in my story. I'm editing it now and I'll try to catch them all (ha-ha).
EDIT: I probably won't be majorly editing this book. I've decided to re-write it, but not for wattpad (for right now). I want to go through and fix spelling errors on this story, but as far as major editing, that won't happen. At least not now. There's a part at the end of the story that explains more about this.
SECOND! For the love of dogs, PLEASE don't write spoilers in the comments! I saw a whole thread where someone spoiled the whole story and I apologize to anyone who read it and got spoiled. No one likes spoilers. And if you do, well...just don't spoil it for anyone else PLEASE.
THIRD! There's a huge difference between constructive criticism and being an asshole. And by this I mean don't leave rude comments that are in no way helpful to the way I write or the story. Like "this story sucks" or "bad book". That's not constructive criticism. The whole point is to help the author. And I'm definitely open to constructive criticism! Just leave it in my inbox though instead of the comments so I can see it!
FOURTH! If you don't like the book, don't say that in the comments. Honestly, who's that going to help? Keep those comments to yourself and stop reading it. If you have anything bad to say, don't say it in the comments, message me instead or just keep it to yourself. This website is supposed to be fun and for anyone to write. Don't be rude in an authors comments. That's all. Just don't be rude.
FIFTH! There are cliche and cheesy moments. But don't let that detour you from reading it. It's a love story, of course there will be cliche's and cheesy lines. But it also has a slight mystery aspect. And this brings me back to point number four. If you stop reading because it's "Too cheesy", I don't need to know that. If you really want to tell me, send me a private message.
I never expected this book to be as popular as it is and I'm so proud of it. I've worked really really hard on every part of this book. I've spent a lot of time writing it and I don't regret it. It's one of my favorites that I've written. And it wouldn't be here without my lovely readers, voters, and commenters. I really do appreciate every single one of them, whether you liked the book or not. Thank you for taking the time to read it anyway. I know this book won't be for everyone.
And you can call me over dramatic, I don't care. This just needed to be said. And I know "Oh, if you want to be an author, you'll have to learn how to take the criticism." I take it quite well actually. Any criticism I get, I take it and work with it. Because I do appreciate the constrictive criticism I've gotten.
Thank you for reading this. Sorry if I offended anyone. And feel free to message me with anything, I'll try to reply as soon as I can. Hope you're having a good day!
EDIT (December 11th, 2016): I realize how some of these statements can be taken the wrong way. I'm not saying people aren't allowed to have their own opinions or they're not allowed to like my story, I mean that there are other ways to go about it. I'm fully aware of what the "real world" is. I just want people to be positive and nice about things, that's all. I still agree with a majority of what I've said, but some I realize is a little harsh and can be taken the wrong way. That was not my intentions.
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