Short Story Poll

Friday, May 4, 2012


Today I’m doing a poll on short stories to get some added perspectives. Please fill in the poll below if you have a moment.  You can make more than one choice. Thanks! 

Have a free read, if you haven’t checked these out as yet.  Click the cover to download.




Happy reading and have a wonderful weekend!

23 comments:

  1. I voted, and was happy to note 71% folks agree with me :)

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  2. I voted for a nicely wrapped up conclusion. ...don't leave me hanging. :)

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  3. Short stories are hard! But you do them well. I've enjoyed your short story collection. I got to remember to review it.

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  4. I hope you get the result you were looking for.

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  5. Making the rounds after the A to Z Challenge to say hello! I think survey posts are always fun.

    Susanne
    PUTTING WORDS DOWN ON PAPER

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  6. Thanks guys for taking the time to post. Most likely I'll do a post on why I did this poll. The results are showing again that reading is such a subjective thing. Thanks again.

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  7. I voted. I enjoy short stories. I need to read them more often.

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    1. Ya know, I don't enjoy them so much, but seem to do well at writing them. Go figure.

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  8. I haven't read your stories, as yet... but I voted for the "cliffhanger" ending...

    Check out my A to Z Reflections post. I've given you a shout out!
    http://writer-in-transit.co.za/a-to-z-reflections/

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    1. Hey, Michelle,

      Thanks for the shout out. I took like an ending that's left to the reader's imagination, but of course, some stories don't let themselves to that kind of ending. Thanks for voting.

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  9. I don't mind if different people could interpret the story in different ways but I do like to feel that it has a proper ending.

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    1. I agree with you there, Patsy. If isn't wrapped up well, the story can feel incomplete.

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  10. I voted and found out that I had voted in the majority!

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  11. I chose to work out the ending myself- but it does depend on how the story is written. The quality of the writing is the most important thing, to me. Probably!

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    1. That's important to me too, Lily. Thanks for stopping in.

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  12. Stopping by after the A-Z challenge to say hello... and to let you know I find your blog fascinating. I just downloaded both of your ebooks, thank you! Looking forward to enjoying the stories, especially "Don't get mad..." since I love Jamaica. I've been there a couple of times: lovely people, beautiful island. I like the "Irie Mon" feeling :-))

    Doris

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    1. Hi, Doris,

      Thanks so much for stopping in. I hope you enjoy the stories.

      Make sure you come back to Jamaica at some point!

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  13. Seems I'm with the current majority on this one. Interesting to see that two of the options are fairly close in voters' favours right now.

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    1. Yes, the votes are running nearly half and half. Thanks for weighing in.

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