This story was dumb, so I removed it.
Cool story and all but-
where is about location n’ all.
Wear is about actually wearing clothing.
That’s not a chapter mang.
That’s a paragraph.
I just say this because I myself am writing a book, and have also read a lot of books. A full chapter should be at least 5,000 words. My chapters are about eleven pages.
The first BIONICLE books had chapters that were short, particularly Beware the
Tahnok</strike through> Bohrok.
As far as I’m aware, a “part” in a novel usually consists of several chapters
We’re all glad you fixeded it.
Evryone’s a cirtic on grammer and speling. (even me, sadly)
Just remember: no one’s perfect.
Those books were intended for younger readers, as we all know that LEGO’s target audience is younger children.
No offense, but you might want to start critiquing yourself (*critic *grammar *spelling *everyone). As long as a post is intelligible, it’s not really relevant. My reply above was intended to be sarcastic and I wasn’t looking to hurt anyone’s feelings. On the internet, one must be mindful of what he says.
If you aren’t careful, others will care for you.
Edited for Double Post -Nyran
Edited again for Triple Post -Nyran
Kongu, Will’s hypocritical errors were intentional, for the sake of humor.
Not sure how clear it was, but my typos in that post were intentional. As Chro said, it was meant to be a joke, since I, being overly critical of everything I say, would normally never make such glaring typos.
Sorry, should’ve been clearer: Beware the Bohrok had some short chapters, but other chapters were longer, which is why I used it as an example. It had a variation in chapter length.