From Adults to Teens and Everything In Between

From Adults to Teens and Everything In Between

Sunday, January 16, 2011

We Need Your Input!

Hi Fiction Flurry readers and followers!  2010 turned out to be a great year for us here at the Fiction Flurry blog, and we were really pleased to provide you with pertinent content, engaging author interviews and great give-aways.

But we want to make 2011 even bigger and better.  To do that, we need your input.  So please, please, please give us some feedback. 

Give us your thoughts on:

*What genres do you read?
*What genres do you write?
*What subjects would you like to see discussed?
*Do you enjoy the author interviews?
*Do you like our contests and give-aways?
*What thoughts do you have about the book reviews?
*What do you want to see more of?
*What do you want to see less of?
*What ideas do you have to improve the blog?

Your opinions matter,
and we greatly appreciate both your input and your continuing support!!!


  1. Oh schnikes! That's a lot to think about, LOL
    I read: Young Adult, Mystery, (I don't know what Erma Bombeck is classified as, but I still read her books), Middle Grade novels (I have 10 year old boys and I love the Diary of a Wimpy Kid Series and 39 Clues), and Nonfiction: Biographies, writers books, dictionaries, etc.

    I mainly write articles for regional parenting publications and I'm a guest columnist with a local paper. I am writing a YA novel and a Mystery novel.

    Subjects discussed? Hmmm, how to organize my novel(s). I tend to lose my notecards. Showing vs. telling, I can never learn enough in that area.

    Yes, I enjoy author interviews, I especially like them short and sweet. I also love the lesser known tidbits.

    Contests? Love them!

    Book Reviews: I don't really have much thoughts on, sorry.

    I love your blog as is so, I can't really give good input on the last three questions.

  2. Diane J., thanks for getting the ball rolling! You sound like one busy writer! I love your wide variety of interests, and I think that you have brought up an excellent topic - we all wear SO MANY hats, what can we do/how can we organize so that we get all (most) of it done? GREAT input. (And we don't mind the nice compliment one bit, either!)


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