Mysteries – Reader Survey!

It would be great if you all would answer this short survey. Since I also write mysteries I am curious. Thank you!

Lit World Interviews

If you haven’t answered the Survey Questions yet, we still need more responses. It doesn’t take long.

Here we are on LitWorldInterviews with our first of many Genre oriented surveys. The success of our previous survey “Why do people stop reading a book?” and the response in the comments prompted a more detailed evaluation of the topic.

Please reblog and sharethis with as many people as you can so we have a lot of responses to make the data we share as accurate as can be expected.

We need at least 100 responses or there’s no reason to post the results.

This month’s survey is the genre of Mystery.

Thank you to the following 19 bloggers for making our previous survey such a success by reblogging the survey:

James Glenora

Aurora Jean Alexander

Juliette King

Stevie Turner

Linda G. Hill


Wendy Anne Darling

Adele Marie Park


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2 thoughts on “Mysteries – Reader Survey!

  1. I went there to look but looks like they have their 100 and are done. I stop reading a book when they keep repeating the same thing over and over. Too many words, get to the point. Odd advice from someone who loves words and stories. You never do that in your mysteries which is why I like reading them. I only have so much reading time. If it gets overly wordy and droll, I put the book down. Just so you know. 🙂


    1. Oh I do the same thing! I hate when the descriptions of things outweigh the action. 🙂 I have never been accused of being ‘wordy’ hahaha. Thanks Marlene.

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