Please take my first-ever Reader Survey!

One of my chief concerns as a writer is to make sure I do not become disconnected with you, the readers of my blog, my articles, and my books.

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To help me better understand how I can improve this site I’d like to invite you to take my first ever Reader Survey.

I am very excited about this because it will give me the opportunity to focus my efforts on the material that best meets your needs. I want to produce the best articles, the most relevant posts, and the most memorable books . . .. In other words I want my content to be valuable and useful to you.

Please take a moment to fill out the survey. It would be immensely helpful to me. Thanks!

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The most obvious thing about me is how much I love reading and writing. Great stories are truly my passion and have been for as long as I can remember. Growing up in a conservative Christian home I learned to value God, intelligence, and life. I am always striving to learn. I am a husband and a father to five children. I love my family and my life. God is good and I attribute my success to His provision.

Great fantasy stories are a lot of fun. I write the stories that I want to read and am fortunate enough to have several published novels under my belt as well as more in the pipeline.

Please note: I reserve the right to delete comments that are offensive or off-topic.

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5 thoughts on “Please take my first-ever Reader Survey!

    • Thank you, Kt! :) So far it’s amazing how similar everyone’s responses are and I am getting some great feedback that should help a lot.

      • I’m glad people are taking the time to give you useful feedback. One thing I did forget to add onto my survey was the suggestion for an edit button. It’s fustrating to catch errors I made in earlier posts.

        • I’ll keep that in mind. I don’t see how I could make that work though because I’d need a webmaster to keep track of all that.

          • Eh, it’s not the end of the world if you can’t make it work. I just need to learn to reread and then post.