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Monday, June 07, 2010

More or Less?

Do you guys like to read snippets and excerpts of ongoing writing? If I enjoy an author, I look forward to any snippets that she poses of her writing-in-progress (WIP). Some friends don't because they hate to wait after reading a short snip or they don't like to be spoiled. But everyone knows I'm a spoiler ho, reading every plotline, secret, and winner of every TV competition ahead of time. I start reading books from the end, that's how bad I am.

So, what about you? If, let's say, I post the next two chapters of T and Alex, that is, the rest of the proposal I'm sending out to an editor, would you skip those posts? Or would that make you happy? Just curious. It's interesting to see how others read. For example, if I'm excited about a novel, I hunt down reviews and like-minded web discussions, just so I could get a before and after experience. I guess, my reading fun encompasses more than just the story itself.



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8 comments:

Mo said...

Now you know, if you are offering, I am reading. :)

Deborah Blake Dempsey said...

I love it. It keeps the anticipation up and tickles the brain of "what if's". I think these nibbles are what keeps fans interested, especially if it's a series and we're invested in the characters and plot. I will admit that it makes it difficult to wait sometimes, but as soon as I get that book in my greedy little hands, oh mama, I'm a happy, happy girl.

Missy Ann said...

I don't like 'em. But I will admit to reading the last couple of Ilona's. But 99.5% of the time I just skip them. Anything that could be a spoiler by any stretch of the imagination is too much for me.

I'm not saying don't post. I'm just saying I'll skip it.

Sara said...

I always read the last two chapters of a book before I buy it. I have to have happy ending. I would read whatever you put up.

J. said...

Even though I hate cliffhangers and waiting, I still read those snippets so if you post anything up I'll still read it :)

alund said...

Love reading excerpts. Anticipation continues to be fed as to T and Alex. Can't wait.

Gennita said...

Aha! My readers are all spoiler hos like me ;-).

Yes, I just might post my proposal chapters here to see if you can spot why editors hate me. Sob.

Deborah Blake Dempsey said...

I'm ready whenever you are Jenn. Post away.

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