This may be my personal experience, or personal to the stories I write, but have other authors found that some of the people who email you about your story are rather demanding in terms of what they get?
For example, I have a slow paced story which features a MacGuffin whose actions are not screamingly obvious, and whose operation emerges as the story progresses. Plotting and real life dictate that my characters do not drop everything and devote everything they have to figuring out what this antique thing is, something which is especially difficult given my protagonists are teenagers, yet I have had emails from readers asking 'tell me everything, tell me now' seeming because they want to know everything all at once. Do they read spoilers for other forms of entertainment, perhaps?
My story is also a slow one in terms of the sexual pacing - as indicated by the appropriate tags - but again, I've received emails asking for (and even showing me) the kinds of activities the readers want to see, from me, in the next chapter, regardless that such an abrupt change of pace would fit neither plot nor character.
I've even had some not so politely correspondence along the lines of publish the whole of it now, as though the writer should produce what the reader wants, when the reader wants it, and how the reader wants it.
This is a free site, the stories are free, we writers are unpaid, yet certainly I've been receiving some emails from people who seem to think they have some form of entitlement in terms of content, pacing, or even style.
I can understand that the slightly curious fact that the readers can often get direct access to the writers may give said readers a (false) sense of involvement or engagement with the story, but when did the readers here get feel so entitled and be so demanding?
Anyone else? Or just my personal 'luck'?