I, on the other hand, take this feedback very seriously. I took down my prologue, and I'm working on fixing the pace of it. It seems that was the only thing the writers were fixated on. I though YA novels were supposed to be fast pace, but I guess mine was way too fast, and it is. It jumps from Earth to Omega and then five years later. I'm going to end up stretching it out until it's about 20 pages and then delete the whole prologue and sticking it throughout the book.
What are your thoughts on the prologue? I watched a webinar given by Serendipity Literary agent Regina Brooks, and she happened to not care for the prologue. Maybe I will take her advice and get rid of it. I was just trying to set the stage for the story.
My last comment on this whole thing is I happened to read a very good start to a novel on WriteOn. The author's name is Michael F. Stewart (by the way he gave me the most productive feedback). From reading his book on WriteOn, it made me buy his book that he published in March 2013. It's called Assured Destruction, and it's a face pace YA novel. You should check it out. So far so good.....
If you want feedback, you should try and get your book on the WriteOn website. It's nice of amazon to allow writers to comment and give each other feedback. Well, those are my thoughts on WriteOn. If you have any please share.