Tale of Discovery
Arial fonts are neat and tidy, like me; at the tender size of 28, or 26, on Heading 2;
Heading 3 is still bold and brash but.... but when you change the font to
A stodgy old Courier New in Size 18-- it doesn't seem stylish to me, even in a Size sweet 16.
Heading 4 is still bold, but you might have to squint with my Georgia font, at Size 16I address you with my Address format and Tahoma font. Too small, too small, let's call it a day!
On second thought, this gripping tale would be nothing without an attention grabbing graphic, which I will grab from my Internet IMAGE file, now!
Don't laugh, this is serious
On second thought, it's not so serious, so let's just.... play, play, play
About the author
To my fellow rookies out there: The Goofy Test of Story was created inside the LegacyStories.org internal editor. Some of the fonts are OK, others are set at defaults that are a wee too small for those of us with weary eyes. In any case, you can save your work in the DRAFT mode and decide which fonts you prefer. The internal editor doesn't care; except he, the editor does not know how to spell. Geezers like me prefer to write my stories in the Microsoft WORD format; highlight everything; hit the copy function; then paste into Legacy Stories.
Hope spings eternal. My wish for 2023 is that Monotype Corsiva font is included as part of an update exercise. Cursive fonts are de rigeur in poetry.