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Date Posted: Saturday, April 07, 08:57:58am
Author: Cynaera
Subject: Hi, Diane! *waves*
In reply to: Diane 's message, "How much is too much?" on Friday, April 06, 02:47:41pm

I'm in agreement with Gen and Hal here. Some of the best stories utilize original dialogue, and I'm glad for it. It jogs my memory, calls the original scene to mind, and enables me to get set for whatever the fan fiction writer lays down next.

I also think that since you're stating at the outset that you're using original dialogue and are not claiming it as your own, the troll has no foundation on which to base her accusations. Besides which, it's difficult to take seriously someone who rudely criticizes anyone else's writing, while being oblivious to her own abyssmal spelling and grammar.

Laugh it off and keep on writing.

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