Clive Staples Award Update

I had forgotten that PollDaddy not only creates polls but it allows for surveys as well. I think the survey might answer a lot of the concerns voiced in our last discussion.

I’ve made a practice survey for those interested. I’d love to have feedback on things like requiring a name and email address as well as adding second and third choices, so if you have a minute, would you mind taking this non-survey survey?

BTW, I was thinking the second and third choices could either be weighted, or they could factor in if there is no clear winner.

I’m also thinking we should have a first round and a final round, with just the top three finalists on that last survey.

What else should be included?

Do you think the survey will eliminate some of the concerns about cheating?

So here it is: The Practice Readers Choice Survey for the 2009 Clive Staples Award for Christian Speculative Fiction.


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2 Responses to Clive Staples Award Update

  1. Lyn says:

    This is a good survey method, it seems to me. Will the whole list of books be options on the poll or will they be listed separately elsewhere? Thanks for organizing this. Lyn


  2. Cheryl Russell says:

    You could do readers in general OR restrict it to active participants in the CSFF blog tour. There you have a built-in audience familiar with the books and you know the participants. That way you have more control when just starting out and let it grow from there. Just my thoughts.


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