10 Ways You Judge Books, Plus Notes On Naming & Titles

  1. The title
  2. The recommending source
  3. The cover
  4. The book description
  5. The blurbs
  6. The customer reviews
  7. The author bio and picture
  8. The length of the book
  9. The price
  10. The book itself


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