Question Mark

2 years ago | ChrysKelly (Member)

"How's it work?" I asked.

"Your gun? You should really know that before you start pointing it at people."

"Not my gun, silly," I smiled as innocently as I could. "Your power."

Question mark after power? I thought not, then reread it and thought yeah, then went to edit it and decided no, and now I'm confused.

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  1. Tartra (Member)

    Posted 2 years ago

    Nope. It's not another question. It's a statement to rephrase part of what WAS a question. You're good with a period.

    The Other Kind of Roommate — Like Fight Club meets X-Men meets The Matrix meets Superbad.
  2. Wildbow (Member)

    Posted 2 years ago

    Depends on the tone of the question. If it's inviting an answer, suggesting a back-and-forth interplay between the characters, then a question mark would be good. If it's demanding or urging an answer, more of a power play, a statement works.

  3. ChrysKelly (Member)

    Posted 2 years ago

    Thanks, Tartra.

    That could be why I just read it both ways, Wildbow.

    I'm gonna leave it as is. Thank you.


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