Yeah, when I posted this, I was under the impression that I rolled it back. He must have done it about 15 seconds earlier. I was going to edit my comment here, but I didn't think that was important considering the matter at hand. That you get the message.
Do you know any way possible for one to post a message and not alerting to all users? I sometime find this rather bothering when I am on other wikis and a message popped up that said I got a message here but the message isn't directed to me...so anything you could do?
If it's a reply to a string of comments and that string isn't on your wall, you'll see something in the first message of that string that says "Following." Click that to un-follow, and you won't get any additional replies for that string of comments.
If it is on your wall, you won't be able to unfollow it and you'll get a notification for any message left on your wall.
The thing to remember about fan fiction is that you cannot make a profit in any way, and Amazon is generally a place to make a profit. Even if the author themselves doesn't make a profit, Amazon probably somehow does, so it's not the best venue for it.
true, but I wasn't on about the fanon stories you're working on I mean something original or probably a canon series of star wars. I was in a rush the other day and did't have time to fill in the rest sorry my bad ^^!
I may write something original in the future, but for now that's not something I'm actively pursuing.
As for a canon series, the thing to remember about writing canon Star Wars material is that you can't just decide to do it. You can't send submissions to Lucasfilm, or they will return them unopened and/or unread. You can't request to write something for Star Wars. To write for Star Wars, you have to be invited. To be invited, you have to already be a successful published author. If you meet that criteria, they may commission you to write for Star Wars.