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Unless it’s an author I recognize and know about, the title and cover play a large part in capturing my initial attention.Beyond that, it’s got to be a premise I think I can get lost it.I’ve only read two Katherine Reay books so it’s hard to say if she would always turn off my internal editor, but she even manages to draw me in to a genre and style I don’t normally read. Sometimes it isn’t only the final product that is so appealing.A few books that come to mind: Redeeming Love because who wouldn’t want to have been part of such a ground-breaking book that touched so many people’s lives?I hated even stopping for gas because I had to pause it. From a technical perspective poor (or nonexistant) editing can make it very difficult to get lost in a book.The book hadn’t finished when I got home, so I ended up buying it on ebook and staying up late to read it. No matter how good the premise is, if it’s not enough to get me to overlook the typos and inconsistencies, I’m putting it down. The story has to keep going and take me along for the ride.

When is your optimal time to read – do you prefer to read in one long block, or do you also read for five minutes here or there when you can? Novellas are really great as part of a series, when you have an opportunity to get to know the characters more in other books. More than one Karen Witemeyer book graces that shelf along with Trish Perry’s The Guy I’m Not Dating. And if you are, what are some of the books you have read over and over? I have a bookcase in my room with several old friends that I have been known to return to on occasion.There are only a couple of authors I’m completely loyal to, but I will usually finish a series once I start it.Which factors most influence your selection of a book?

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