The #Metoo Movement and romance reading preferences
As some readers commented in the comments section of the quiz, most readers felt that the #metoo movement played no role in their purchasing decisions.
How often do erotic romance readers read?
How often do Sweet romance readers read?
Skipping over sex scenes
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Have readers been able to find their erotic fiction on Amazon?
do Readers want more romance, rather than sex, or Do they want romance and no sex?
These two very similar questions were posed separately to erotic and sweet readers.
Demand for erotic romance is changing rather than diminishing
Are readers disappointed with Some erotic romance?
Are erotic romance readers buying based on their affinity with erotic romance authors?
Is the trend over now that everyone has read fifty shades?
Do sweet romance readers want better labeling?
Are sweet romance readers conscious of the appropriateness of content for their teen?
Do sweet romance readers ONLY buy sweet romance?
Have sweet romance readers found themselves reading more sweet in the last twelve months?
Are readers who neither read erotic romance or sweet romance wanting more romance rather than sex or no sex?
I gave these two questions to these readers because they clearly overlap with readers who read sweet and erotic. The questions are very similar, but one indicates whether they are looking for no sex scenes; the other indicates that the reader is looking for romance rather than specifically looking for the sex scenes.
What do you think?
Were you surprised by the amount of readers who indicated that they were disappointed with some erotic romance? Were you surprised by the 50% split of readers who said that they ONLY buy sweet romance?