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Another quick question then, to the book readers out there. What makes you decide to read a book in the first place? I was working on the pitch for my book. I've rewritten it about a hundred times. What do you guys go by, recommendation or the info on the back cover?

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some times--recommendations but mostly by the info on the back cover
While it depends. its fifty-fifty, recommendation and also info on the back of the cover
I read the back cover, and if it's interesting, I read the first couple pages.

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Title, blurb, look and feel, some inner force of the universe . . . a recommendation by an author I respect doesn't hurt. I think I just get a feel for the whole package though.

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