This is a sentence—a long one can have these things or not, you decide, but it must end with a period.
“If you want to share dialogue,” she said with a smile, "it should be until a period, and not until a quotation mark.
Don’t give a single explanation about the story. Only the title of the story if you want.
It should be so completely out of context.
Questions can be asked later.
Alive At Crepusculum
He needed recruits—someone to follow his ‘strange and delusional hocus-pocus’ as former members called it with such disgust and contempt, Richard hunted them down and devoured their guts he so hated.
Sounds like something Eryn would say. She gets stuck in Underland and the crazy people there are get her name wrong, don’t answer her questions, and say insane things. She makes a joke about rolling her eyes so much that her eye muscles became buff