If its alright with you guys, I was thinking of making a thread for our review game. Mak2 drabbles count in too. Unless one of the other mods was planning on doing one.
I'm not picky, Chlobo, though I guess a mod like Skiyomi was planning on making it so it can be automatically stickied. Unless you two collaborated or something. *shrugs* I can see it coming about after the Shipping Oscars are done, for some reason. Is the OP going to be the same as how it is on the Review Thread, or will it be slightly changed up?
I was not planning on making it, so that'd be great ChloboShoka. I'd imagine it would need some changing since our section runs a little differently and, if we included drabbles as ChloboShoka is suggesting, there'd need to be a different set of standards for that.
I just ask that you PM me a draft of the OP for approval before posting it up in case any changes/additions need to be made.
For my part, I'd like to see some kind of "reserve" feature in place if we're making changes. That was always a very irritating thing in the main section, where you spend a lot of time writing a big, long review and then it turns out someone got their's in before you simply because they didn't write as much. Something like, someone can post that they've reserved a review and they have 24-hours to get it in, otherwise people can disregard the reservation and someone else can post a review instead.
is this tread still active? reading all the posts and wondering if someone could help me out with forming a summary for my fanfic
you helped me become a hero slade, thank you. - oliver to slade (arrow season 2 finale)
Make sense? It's something that does need some time (and possible practice) to think out, however, so you'll have to brainstorm a bit. What I would suggest is you write down some sentences that come to mind, thinking about your story in the meanwhile, and then read what you've written and narrow them down. Ideally, you should go for two sentences when it comes to the actual summary, unless you have a single sentence that you feel will capture someone's attention.
Try it out and see how it works out for you. Aim for about ten possible taglines/loglines so it'll give you a nice list to choose from.
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