"THEN" and "THAN"

"Then" relates to time. "Than" is used for comparison. Ex.: First, we'll have lunch, and then we'll go for a walk. He is more experienced than I am.

"COMPLEMENT" and "COMPLIMENT"

"Complement" means to complete or enhance. "Compliment" means to praise or express admiration. Ex.: The dessert complements the meal beautifully. He received a heartfelt compliment on his performance.

Recommended by Giulia Valdez

Giulia Valdez
ok, well I actually forgot to do this before, I confess, that's because this can't be just any recommendation, it has to be the best. Why, dear reader, why would you read After Ever After (affectionately nicknamed AEA)? In fact, the answer is quite simple. It's because it's so good!!! What more could you ask for from a fanfic? It has good characters, good writers and makes you want to read it all at once. Seriously, really read this, you won't regret it, there is quality in the writing and plot of the story, each character captivates you more than the other and the authors don't let anyone be left out. Please stop reading the recommendations and go read the story, I give you my word you won't regret it. Well, I really don't know how else to appeal to make you read, so I'm just going to stop and let the curiosity of what happened to each fairy tale character make you read the story... Thanking first of all just the authors for having this brilliant idea and gave me a great read.