I know this question has been asked here before, but I forgot the general response it got and I just can't seem to find it.
I was just wondering if the general public around these parts likes to have stories that have long sequences without choices cooped up, all on one page, or spread out through clicking the links to go to new pages.
Like, I have a tremendous amount of content that goes on without a choice (I mean, come on, it's a lot of work to put into a story that branches off every two pages, and I want to get my story across), but I just want to have some opinions on it. I also don't want to clutter the work with useless dead ends every choice as to keep it contained in a way to not have a horribly overwhelming workload.
I hope this made sense, my mind is kind of fried from writing for three days straight, as I'm not that accustomed to writing that much in this short amount of time.
I've solved this problem by adding in choices in places where the story was taking to long to get around too, like ask what you want to know about this person, who do you want to talk to, etc., and I feel like this a better approach and will make the story not only feel more choice-y, but also provide more insight to the characters that I'm building than with the regular story.