I’ve covered some interesting topics over the last week about results from our March Survey. I’m not going to go over them now. It’s Friday, and I want to present you with something that is kind of fun.
So, with no further ado, and minimum commentary from me, I present you with your favorite science fiction subgenres. Happy Friday!
My personal favorites, though I really do like all of them, are military sci-fi/space opera (kind of a tie, I guess), robots, pulp, retro futurism, and comedy.
Didn’t get a chance to tell us your favorites? Tell us now. Leave a comment below.
Yesterday evening, I talked about how many of you would consider subscribing to Interstellar Fiction. Today’s March results post is actually kind of related to that. One of the other questions we asked you if you would purchase an end-of-the-year anthology. The results of your responses are below.
The day is still young, and I thought that I’d throw in one more of our many results for you today. This one’s short, so don’t worry. It’ll be over before you know it.
One of the other questions we asked you in March is if you’d subscribe to receive the newest issues of Interstellar Fiction.
I have a feeling that you’re probably going to get tired of reading these posts before I get tired of writing them. I’ll apologize right now about that. It’s just we have a lot of information to get out to you.
We’ve covered a few topics already. I talked about where readers first heard about us on Thursday. On Friday I discussed that most of our readers also strongly feel that they’re writers. You got an information break over the weekend and Monday. And yesterday I talked a little about the visiting frequency and how our readers are really voracious readers.
As I mentioned yesterday, I want to change pace a little bit and explore some unrelated topics this week. Today I want to discuss a bit about our readers, social media, and friends.
We’ve covered two topics from the results of the March survey thus far. On Thursday, I discussed where most of our readers first heard about Interstellar Fiction. Nearly half of our readers found us via a writer’s market. Then on Friday I talked about how that makes sense because most of our readers strongly feel that they are also writers.
This week I’d like to change course a little bit and cover a few unrelated topics. Today we’re going to take a little peek at our readers’ visiting frequency.
I suppose there are only two real questions that you need to ask yourself to know if you’re going to like Red Planet Blues. 1) Do you like pulpy detective stories? 2) Do you like science fiction?
Yesterday I may have mentioned something about how many of you found us via a writer’s market and that it could possibly mean something. It does. We asked our readers on a scale of one to five how much they also feel like they are writers. Here are the results from those seventeen responses.