RB: My Biggest DNF Reason

I’ve been tearing through the books on my Kindle lately, adding one after the other into my Purgatory collection. (The place books go before permanent deletion.)

Most of these books were dumped after the first ten pages.

The biggest reason: authors switching POV willy-nilly, AKA head hopping. Continue reading

RB: Help! A Question For #Readers and #Writers

This week I just have a question for the readers and writers out there. 
When I start reading a book, I assume the first scene, the first POV, I read will be of the main character. Do you feel the same?
Readers, how important is it that a book start with the main character? And would you feel ungrounded in the story world if the main character didn’t show up until scene two?
Writers, do you always make sure to start your story with the main character?