Sorry if I weirdly worded that title/question, it's just a bit difficult to put my thoughts into words. Also, I apologize if I'm tagging this wrong or something, this is my first time using this website. In a story that I am writing for a school project, this is a sentence; Between fire breathing goblins who grabbed at his ankles, to water fairies who have him obnoxious riddles - "What's blue and pretty? Me, ahah!" - he was almost ready to quit. (The events described aren't actually written in the story. The sentence is used at the beginning of the Road of Trials part of the story, after describing the character leaving for the adventure. It's a jump in time. Not sure if knowing that is needed to answer the question, but I thought I might as well mention it.) I'm wondering about the quote in the sentence "What's blue and pretty? Me, ahah!" and if I put it into the sentence correctly, or if it's even grammatically possible to use dialogue that way. If it's not, how could I separate the two and still keep the original meaning? Thanks!