Just cause it hasn't been mentioned in a while, I thought I'd toss up a technical tip. If you're a writer, especially if you ever plan to post your stories to a website or post them in ebooks, you'll want to use Styles.
Any Word Processor uses Styles, though they may call it something else. They're a way of defining how different paragraphs are formatted, document wide. If you format (center, italicize and bold) individual words/sentences, then sometimes your choice will be overuled (especially if you bold or itialicize the first word of a paragraph). This has only happened to me when formatting books, but it was really annoying.
In html, you can either use a single file (CSS) to define your styles, or include it in each file (I use a LINK command). For ePub file creation, it's easiest to use a single file for the entire book and include the style definitions in the beginning.
I generally have a standard set of definitions (h1, h2, Normal, Centered, CenterBold, FirstParagraph (without any indentation), etc.).
I'd include a sample, but the Forum's design doesn't allow the coding necessary to show it. However, you can examine my CSS code here. You don't need the CSS code, but the Style setup and the paragraph types.
Note: SOL does NOT support styles, so it won't help you here.