Sign in

New user? Sign up

Keyboard shortcuts

Book reader

  • ← / → or Space: Previous / Next page
  • ⌘ + ←: Start of book
  • ⌘ + →: End of book


  • ⌘ + K: See shortcuts
  • ⌘ + E: Go home
  • ESC: Close overlay

Editor (Logged in)

  • ⌘ + M: New manuscript
  • ⌘ + S: Save changes
  • ⌘ + U: Open menu
  • ⌘ + P: Publish book

  • ⌘ + J: Open drafts
  • ⌘ + F: Search *
  • ⌘ + H: Heart / unheart *
  • ⌘ + L: Login / logout
* Shortcut is not available yet.

Refer documentation for more details on keyboard shortcuts.

your aunt Atkinson's—you cannot, I hope, imagine for a moment that I should keep it. By law it is mine, for she willed it to me; but I shall divide it into three portions, and give them to those who are her rightful heirs: her brothers' families. One portion to Mrs. Raynor; one to that angel of goodness, Edina——"

"And she is an angel," interrupted Frank hotly, carried away by the praise. "How we should all have got on without Edina, I don't know. But, Mr. Atkinson, you must not do this that you are talking of: at least as far as I am concerned. It would be too chivalrously generous."

"Why not to you?"

"I could not think of taking it. I have no claim upon you. Who am I, that you should benefit me?"

"I benefit you as your father's son. Were he living, this money would be his: it will now be yours. There, say no more, Frank; you cannot talk me out of doing