Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Unofficial Poll

Okay guys, before I start writing like crazy, I want to point out that your comments aren't very helpful. I'm not going to write about all 3. You can only choose 1 from the 3 options for me to blog about tonight:

1: My prologue (It's just about as long as LouMac's prologue, though doesn't say quite as much.)
2: A quick summary of my book (That might be hard for me to do, I don't know. Every time I try to explain it to a friend I'm not sure how to proceed and just tell them it's a fantasy-fiction story and that shuts them up. I'd like to tell someone who understands what it's about though.)
3: How I got the idea for my book (This is actually a good story, I think. You know, the actual day I thought of my novel was soon after Valentine's Day.)

There. Now if you can't decide which would be better to read about, you'll just have to wait until tomorrow. Remember, only choose one. I'm going to save the others for a future Writing Day, so don't worry. You'll see those soon enough. Just pick what you'd most like to read tonight.
Alright, I'm out. I guess I'm just procrastinating the moment when I have to start working like a maniac. 2 days in a row. Phew! I wonder how much work that will generate. Okay, I'm out.


Brian said...

1. I love reading Prologues.

J.N. Future Author said...

Ah! the insanity of it all!

Prologue Vs. Summery

Beggining Vs. Total

How can you torture us like this!!!


I can either read the start, and wait for the end, or I can read the plot and wonder the details..............

this is too difficult >.<,

ok, I choose........IDUNNO! ok, I'm sorry, I can't choose! And I can't read any of it anyways! (remeber, till I show you...)

oh, but now I really REALLY want to read it!!!

J.N. Future Author said...

multiple of 7? hmm...that s a great idea!

4...44....4th, 14th, 24th, 8th, 12th, 16th, 20th, 28th,

^.^ I should try that! (if you don't mind)

LouMac said...

I think you should do a prologue. People always read that before books and that helps them decide if they want to read it or not.