I have some questions for people to give feedback on about the spotlight format as I am considering making a story in it.
Would you read a story in spotlight? Why or why not?
Are you deterred from reading stories if you find out that they’re in spotlight?
Have you read a story in spotlight before?
Do you like cinematic or spotlight better?
You don’t have to answer all the questions, every answer helps though!
- Would you read a story in spotlight? Why or why not?
Honestly, no. I like to be able to see characters walking and doing something not just pop up.
- Are you deterred from reading stories if you find out that they’re in spotlight?
I mean I’ll give it a chance but I click out soon.
- Have you read a story in spotlight before?
Yes, I have not all the way.
- Do you like cinematic or spotlight better?
I prefer cinematic better.
Girl but this is your story, .
Thank you for your input!
Agh I shouldn’t have posted this so late at night
Absolutely, some of my favourite stories are in spotlight. What I like the most about spotlight is how descriptive and creative authors can get when illustrating a scene, what the characters are doing, how the characters are behaving. Makes it a bit more immersive. Although, I do understand how difficult it would be to write a story in spotlight.
No, in fact, I’m more drawn to spotlight stories than cinematic.
Yes, a few. Just to name a couple; Devine, by Jia Grace. Loud, by Kay Elle. The Frontier, by Kay Elle.
I don’t prefer one over the other, but I would like to see some more spotlight stories.
Thank you so much! And wow, I didn’t realize The Frontier was spotlight, it’s been sitting on my list for a while
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Thank you for your input! I too like Amberose’s By The Book, I think it’s very well-directed.
Thank you so much for your input!
Thank you for your input! I do agree with you, The Frontier is an incredible story.