Well, sometimes timing sucks. Here it is my turn to post and wouldn’t you know it? I’m putting the final touches on my next novel because it has to get to my copy editor by the end of the day tomorrow.
So, yeah…I’m a bit swamped. Which means I need to put The Experiment on hold for a post or two. So, if you’ll excuse me, I'd like to throw out some questions to get a dialogue going, and get us all thinking today. Who knows, some of it may help me with the experiment, too!
Answer as many as you’d like, even if it’s just one.
What in a story will make you put a book down and never pick it up again?
Do you give authors second chances, or if they lose you in one book, that’s it?
What are some types of things that get you excited when you’re reading?
What are you looking for when you read a book, if anything at all?
Are there any books you’ve read that you went into with no particular expectations, but came away excited that you’d discovered it? If so, I loved to know titles!
Looking forward to your answers!