I recently had a quiz placed on-line about the Ealing comedies. I had some questions left over at the time, one of which I thought would make a good stand-alone question, and which I subsequently re-worded and then submitted. A day or so later it had been rejected by the editors, the reason given was that because I had recently had my quiz placed on-line, I was repeating myself (the fact that the quiz didn't refer to this question per se made no difference).
Anyway, I accepted the decision and deleted the question. I now have another question for you:
In addition to my general Ealing comedy quiz (which has proved to be relatively popular I think) I have decided that each of the most popular films in the series warrants a quiz all of its own. I have so far almost completed three, ten question quizzes and have another three in embryonic form. None of the questions in any of these quizzes is a repeat of any that can be found in my general quiz,so will this affect the likelihood that any of my quizzes might be rejected?
I hope not as I've put an awful lot of research and effort into them!