Reader Survey 2012 – what do you think of UK Fiction?

Here’s a chance to have your say about the novels you read – definitely not just mine!
There’s been a lot of negativity lately about the ‘death of books’ or ‘the end of reading’ – the theory goes that we’re all too distracted by Facebook or games to get lost in a great book.
As a reader- and a writer – I hope that’s not true. So I decided to find out more about what we’re reading, via this new survey.
I’m working with the Romantic Novelists Association (www.rna-uk.org), whose members write an astonishing variety of novels, including many that might not strike you as immediately ‘romantic’. What we have in common is the love of story-telling, whether it involves vampires,vamps or Victorian heroines.
We’d really like to hear your views – and your answers will help authors, booksellers and publishers to understand how your choices and tastes are changing.
Do  forward the survey to any of your book-loving friends or family members.I’ll post the results this summer.
Click here to take part now!

One Response to Reader Survey 2012 – what do you think of UK Fiction?

  1. Terri says:

    Great fun. I find british humour better than our canadian stuff for the most part.