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How often you read furry fiction?

How Often Do You Read Furry Fiction?

  • Very Often (a story per day)

    Votes: 1 5.6%
  • Often (1-3 stories per week)

    Votes: 1 5.6%
  • Occasionally (1-3 stories per month)

    Votes: 2 11.1%
  • Rarely (just a few per year)

    Votes: 8 44.4%
  • Never

    Votes: 6 33.3%

  • Total voters
    18

Art Vulpine

Art Vulpine
Just a simple poll that I'm interested in knowing for upcoming projects.

How often do you read furry fiction? One per day? Maybe a few just a month? Never?

Please post in the poll and even give your reason why.

Thanks!

~Art Vulpine
 

Argonne

Why worry
I used to read some all the time but I've bee working to much lately to even bother the Eragon series was one of my faves ( don't know if it's considered furry it has some anthro characters) I've probably read it ten times but I've only read the ending once idk why but it shouldn't have ended
 

Ahkrin Descol

RELIC Specialist
Can't say I've read any, are there any sites that house stories to browse? I'd google it but I'd like to hear opinions of 'good' ones from people here.
 

Charrio

Artistic Mouse
I tend to find little fiction that catches me that is done by furs.
I enjoy the classics,
Fox and the Hound by Daniel P. Mannix
White Fang by Jack London

There are others but not often does someone's writing catch me, the whole they are humans
in fursuits that gets to me. I hate humans IRL they frighten and have hurt me, so i have no want
to read human lives with the occasional paw or tail written in as if that makes it furry. I want development
i want the instincts described, I want the view of the world where sight is a secondary sense as scent is
strongest in many animals. You almost never find this in writings, it mimics humans too closely and seems lame.
 

ADF

Member
Not as often as I should, considering I've had a jab at it myself. What I mentally decide I want to do and what my brain can be arsed to do is a problem, we're often in disagreement.
 

DarkCedar

Enjoying his Vacation
I read it often. I find it entertaining to see the imagination at work. Im always looking for the limit to what my mind can comprehend.
 
Well these polls are somewhat disappointing for someone's who's just begun writing furry fiction. I had a lull with no reading for a couple of years, until recently where I've been reading a lot of stuff by Kyell and Tempo. Kind of sparked my interest in fiction again. But I only read popular authors, cause I tried clicking on the random writings in the new submissions page, and was less than impressed.
 
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