I’m currently working on a story that is not published. Yersterday I started chapter 12!
That’s right, I’m not gonna publish it just yet.
So my question is:
Would you guys like stories that come out with more than 3 chapters at once and would you even read the story that comes out but is fully completed?
I personally like both
Reading a story when it’s fully out is helpful to readers as some don’t like too short or too long stories with their preferences.
Publishing a story chapter by chapter makes the reader more eager as to what will come next. However it’s important to stick to a schedule. I lost a lot of readers when I didn’t stick to my schedule.
I like reading a story when it’s been published with at least 5 chapters because then i can binge read it . When i find something i like i try to watch it/read it in the fastest time possible if not i’ll forget it existed .
Yeah, that’s my point too. People wanna get as much as possible with little effort of waiting
Good luck on your story, lemme know when you publish.
I dont know. This summer maybe… I’ve been working on this for a year now. This also a reason I never published cause I know I might now be consistant what comes to updates
I kinda like reading a story when there’s only three chapters out, cause if I like the story then I’ll wait for updates but if all are out at once it feels overwhelming to try to finish all of it. but idk that’s just me
I think three is better, because for some reason I like the feeling of excitement when an author announces and/or publishes new chapters and the feeling of being eager to see what comes next. When the whole story is released complete, it seems a little overwhelming or boring. But that’s just me.
I personally do like to binge-watch stories, but when you’ve committed to a story from the start to the end, the satisfaction is much bigger. So, I think start with the three, and then publish an episode from time to time. Not a only will the readers be more eager for the next chapter, but you’ll have more motivation to complete it.
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