Literary Fiction Polls

Literary Fiction Polls
Do you like polls? I like polls. They are a quick, easy and somewhat anonymous way to participate in online communities without putting yourself out there.

What is a poll? Basically, a question, thought or idea is posed to readers and is followed by two or more possible choices. The reader then has the option of clicking on the answer (or answers) that most represents their view. When completed they are then shown the results of everyone's choices based on percents and the number of people who voted for each option.

If you haven't been to our forums before, please click on the "new user" feature to give yourself a cool nickname. This allows you to post messages and participate in the polls. Don't worry, it's free and when you participate in the poll it's anonymous, unless of course you leave a message explaining your choice. When you register be sure to click on the box that says "remember me" so you don't have to log in every time you visit a poll.

Here is a listing of the Literary Fiction Polls in the BellaOnline forum.

Is "sex" writing necessary in literary fiction? - Visit Poll.

Where do you buy your books - Visit Poll.

Do you re-read books? - Visit Poll.

What encourages you to buy a book? - Visit Poll.

Do you want to write a book before you die? - Visit Poll.

Do you think students should have assigned reading in the summer? - Visit Poll.

How Do You Determine What You're Going to Read Next - Visit Poll.

Finishing Books - Visit Poll.

Feel free to visit the Literary Fiction forum index and start a topic with your own poll!


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