• Author Stephanie Hart

How to Assess a Book before Buying?

A good book with a cup of hot coffee is simply perfect. But many people struggle to find the right book for them. Reading a new book and author is nerve-wracking — you may end up choosing the wrong book. And reading a different author may not seem worth it.

So, How Do You Decide Whether to Buy the Book or not?

So, how do you decide whether or not a book is worth buying? Here are some tips that’ll surely help you to choose the right book:


1. Title of the book

Nowadays, most readers discover books either through in-person recommendation or searching online. The first piece of information they receive is the title of the book. The title is what makes potential readers form their first impression of the book.


2. Check the cover

While physically searching a bookstore, the first thing you notice about a book is its cover. If the book cover intrigues you, you’ll find yourself drawn to it.


Many people are looking for a reason not to buy the book. That’s why it’s more important for publishers to select the right cover, one that’ll arouse the reader’s curiosity and compel them to buy the book.


3. Read the description

If the cover and title of the book are compelling, the reader will look at the description next. This will provide the reader with an idea about the storyline. They’ll find themselves asking: what’s the theme of the book? Is it interesting? Should I read more?


4. Check out the online reviews

Whether you’re buying a book online or you’re considering heading to a bookstore to buy it, you should consider looking up reviews. Ask your friends and coworkers about book recommendations too. You’re probably more likely to buy a book that’s recommended by someone you like and respect.


My autobiography, Mirror Mirror: A Collection of Memoirs and Stories, is a series of fast-paced vignettes, dramatizing pivotal moments in my life, allows the reader to witness and learn from my personal experiences. I hope you truly enjoy your journey and take away something that’s meaningful, positive, and long lasting.

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