Information for Readers

Welcome to Spoilerville!

Spoilerville is a place for readers to come after they’ve read a book. It’s a place to comment on a book, discuss it with others who’ve read it, and ask the author questions about it — all without worrying about spoiling it for those who haven’t had a chance to finish it yet.

How does it work?  It’s easy!

To find the book you want to discuss, use one of these methods:

1) Use  “Search this site.

Simply go to the “Search this site” search box,  which is in the sidebar on the left side of the Spoilerville home page.  Place your cursor in the white space and the red letters that say “Search this site” will disappear.  Then type in the title of the book you’re looking for, and click on the arrow.  If the book is in Spoilerville, a listing and link will appear on the right.  Click on the title of the book, and it will take you to the discussion.

You can also use “Search this site” to search for an author’s name.  Click on the arrow, and a list of all the authors’ books that are currently on Spoilerville will appear.

2) Search by Author

In the sidebar on the left side of the Spoilerville home page, you’ll see a heading, “AUTHORS (CLICK NAMES)”.  Below that heading are the names of the authors who are currently participating in Spoilerville.  Click on the name of the author whose book you want to discuss, and a listing of all of that author’s books on Spoilerville will appear.  (Keep in mind that they may not be shown in order of publication, and that you may need to click on “Older Posts” at the bottom of the list to see additional titles.)  Click on the title of the book, and it will take you to the discussion.

Once you’ve reached the discussion page, just add a comment as you would on any blog.

If you have other questions or comments, leave them below!

Yours,

Jan Burke
Mayor of Spoilerville

Comments
  1. L. C. Hayden says:

    I love this website! What a neat idea!
    L. C. Hayden

  2. Jan, I wrote a note as a guest, but I guess it didn’t post?

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