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Of everything I have seen on JDRockel.com, what I enjoy the most is:
Random life experience stories.
Detailed investigations into news and life issues.
Fictional stories short and long - such as Mirror Mirror
None of the above
The blogs about World Religions were:
Too deep - I zoned out.
Too little detail. I wanted more.
Just about the right amount of detail.
I didn't read these blogs.
The blogs about World Religion were:
Interesting to read and held my attention
Would have held my attention with less detail.
Boring because of the detail.
I've heard it all before.
I don't really care about religion.
Where do you normally get your DIY information?
YouTube or some other video source.
Text-based instruction from books or a web search.
A friend or neighbor.
I just plunge ahead and see what happens.
hold your attention, chapter to chapter?
Yes, most of the time.
Much of it was boring.
I didn't read it.
Did you relate to the characters?
Yes, I know people just like them.
They acted like students from the past, not the future.
Their lives seemed boring.
The characters were too religious.
I related to their personalities. Good interactions.
How did the last chapter's cliff-hanger affect you?
I was shocked that it was in a Christian novel.
Gun violence should not be in a Christian novel.
I must see what happens. Hurry with the next book.
Books should never end with cliff-hangers.
Have you shared JDRockel.com with anyone?
What prevents you from "liking" or "commenting" a blog page?
I'm afraid my personal information will be used against me.
I don't want to take the time.
I don't see what good my comments would do.
My comment might offend someone else.
I have been commenting. Can't you see them?
How often do you expect to see a new post?
A couple a week