It was yesterday after a long day at work and a two mile jog on my way home that I settled down to read a book for review. I have two of them that need to be read in the next week – both look interesting and but both are nonfiction. And yesterday? Well, I felt like an easy-breezy summer-read-ie. (Yeah, folks, that sounded a lot better in my head then it looks on paper.)
Then I realized I had a whole stack of books from the library.
And three more books for review that I’ve barely even paged through.
And three more book packages I haven’t even opened.
And several Kindle books – including one for review – that were just waiting for me.
And then I remembered Kindle Unlimited.
They’d sent me a great offer via email: Two whole months of Kindle Unlimited for only $0.99. And who could pass that up? So, I also had a gigantic amount of nearly unlimited books on Amazon that I could read for “free.” So I settled down with a Kindle Unlimited book and enjoyed a peaceful evening with reading.
I’m so thankful for the wide verity of books I have to choose from when I want to read, but it also made me realize how many books EVERYONE has to choose from, and therefore how hard it is to get my books to stand out in a crowd.
So! Question(s) of the day: What makes a book stand out to you? What makes you pick up a book and read it? The Cover? The Blurb? I’d be delighted to hear and learn from you.
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