1. Your Age: 42
2. Your Gender: Male
3. Do you read, write, or read and write web serials? Read and write.
4. Why did you join Web Fiction Guide as a member rather than simply use it as a listing service? Because I'm one of the people who was involved in WFG from the beginning and I want to see it succeed. Having a community that comes back for more than just to find stories to read will help with that. More to the point, for web fiction to gain some measure of respect it will probably need a community behind it. WFG is one of the places that such a community could most naturally form.
5. Would you consider yourself a light, moderate or heavy site user?
Moderate. I'm not here constantly, but I follow the feeds for the forum and reviews.
6. How often do you login to Web Fiction Guide on average per week?
Login? Once or twice, but I can follow the feeds without logging in.
7. What role does peer editing/reviewing play in the community of WFG?
It varies. Mostly it allows people to say what they thing about how successfully people wrote their story. Sometimes it actually allows people to learn. There have been times where some people used it primarily as a vehicle for self-promotion (I'll review yours if you'll review mine...), but I haven't seen that in a while--fortunately. I think that's bad for the site.
8. What type of social media do you use to keep updated on web serials or to update fans (Twitter, Facebook, RSS, etc)?
Mostly I use RSS feeds, which yes, aren't really social media, but they're decidedly more functional for keeping track of updates. Twitter, and facebook both would result in missing things if you weren't on at the right time--though I do see updates through there.