“The trouble with writing fiction is that it has to make sense, whereas real life doesn’t.”― Iain M. Banks
Well, as you all know, we are interested in your thoughts about fiction and the various adaptations of that genre. So, we did a poll (that’s always a hell of a risk with writers, agreed?).
Y’all gave us a great set of responses (Excuse the “Y’all,” but hey, this is a Southern blog). It seems that a writing contest brought the most votes, followed by Flash Fiction and an image prompt contest.
The poll results
The idea of “other” was for those who voted that way to add their thoughts in the comment section, but they didn’t. So, we will assume that “other” could be anything from the Zombie Apocalypse to Fan Fiction about Jane Eyre – which is fine…I think.
That said, we want to thank all our readers that participated in the poll and that gave us their thoughts. Please – always know that we are open to your thoughts, opinions, and comments. If you have a request, a concern, an idea, please use our “Contact Us” form or email me directly at email@example.com
A Writing Contest
So, it appears as though we will be having a writing contest. Since “Writing Contest,” Flash Fiction,” and Image Prompt” were in the top three, I say we combine them into one contest. Meaning, we will have a writing contest with an image prompt and you can either write a fiction piece or Flash Fiction. Give us your thoughts in the comments section.
As always, we want to take a moment to thank our loyal followers, readers, fans, and contributors. I know (and have seen) some very successful writers, bloggers, and authors that soon forget they can only succeed with the help of their loyal readers.
After success comes, they climb into their ivory towers and speak down to the plebs below. That will never happen here. We love our readers, we thank you, and we want this blog to be your virtual library, your writing community, and a go-to for good writing/grammar advice.
Scott | Editor
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