“It’s hell writing and it’s hell not writing. The only tolerable state is having just written.”― Robert Hass
We’ve had a bang-up year so far, and we owe this to you – our fans. A few months back we did a reader poll asking our followers to let us know what their favorite posts were, what they would like to see more of, and suggestions to make our site better. The overwhelming response leaned heavily toward memoir and writing advice. So, we have listened to our readers and most of our posts are memoir, writing advice, and the weekly “Poetry Break.”
Before I alienate our readers that love poetry and other genres, let me say that although I love memoir (let’s face it, who doesn’t love hearing true life stories about people’s lives?). I also love writing and reading about grammar, and I love our talented contributors that give our readers what they asked for; however, we are missing one huge genre -fiction!
These are the questions we would like you to answer.
- What kinds of fiction are your favorites?
- Would you like to do “image prompts”?
- Should we create a “Fiction Contest”?
I think, especially as a literary blog, we are missing the boat without some colorful and captivating fiction stories. So, I’m publishing a poll to ask for your thoughts about fiction.
As always, thank you for your readership and loyal following.
If you don’t see your choice listed, you’ll see “View Poll Results” on the bottom of the poll widget. Click that and then click “Comments” to give us your feedback.
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