If the last year and a half has done anything, it’s caused many of us to take stock of our past, present and future.
I’m thrilled to say I’m working on several new manuscripts. However, I’m also wondering as I write: what do my dear readers really like?
What about my novels makes you smile? Sigh? Cry? Pass it on to a friend?
What about my novels makes (or doesn’t) you want to read more (or not)?
How can I better my craft? My plotting? My ability to connect to readers—to YOU?
Since I am somewhat of an anomaly, with half my brain in the scientific world of medicine and the other half in art, I decided to draw upon the left side of my brain and create a reader survey. Any legitimate statistician would likely argue that it is lacking in all sorts of statistically accurate methodology, but I figure it’s a start.
I’d be so ever grateful if you’d take a few minutes to participate in this survey. As a woefully insufficient thank you, you can leave your name at the end for a chance to win a bookish prize package. Otherwise, just know that above all else in this writing journey, I appreciate you.
A story is not a story until someone reads it, after all.
Click here or on the image below to go directly to the survey. I’ll leave it up for awhile, so come back later if you don’t have time now.
And thank you.
I hope and pray I can write more stories, especially of the sort you are hoping to read.