So I have this idea for a plot twist and I really like it. I think I drop enough hints here and there to indirectly say to the audience: "Hey, I know what you might be thinking of, but maybe consider this possibility. Just saying, it might happen, you know..."
However, I'm not sure if other people would enjoy this particular plot twist I thought of, so I'm not sure if I should really commit to fleshing out this aspect of the story or drop it entirely.
So what I want to do is sort of write a synopsis of what happens in the story, as well as all the hints I'll be dropping, and give it around to see if people would enjoy it. Since it's very barebones at this point, as it's just a summary and not the actual story itself, they'll have to imagine most of it. It would be like reading the plot summary of a wikipedia page of a book/film.
Would this be a good idea to "test" your plot twist? Are there better methods?
(I can provide an example, if needed)