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This or That? #95 (Conclusion)

This week we talked about the last time that we bought books and how long ago that was. For 48% it’s been a week or less.  For 26% it’s been more than a month. 17% said two weeks or less. … Continue reading

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This or That? #94 (Conclusion)

Hey friends, This week we talked about our TBRs. 97% of us said we do have one. From what I’ve gathered, most people tend to have one that’s about 15-20 books long. So apparently I go way overboard with the annual … Continue reading

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This or That #93 (Conclusion)

Hi and happy Friday, This week we talked about finding typos in books. 93% of us have found them in our books. I’m glad to know that I am not the only one who finds it annoying when there are tons … Continue reading

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This or That? #92 (Conclusion)

Hello and happy Friday, This week we talked about what really sells books to us: authors, covers or descriptions. 72% said descriptions! I can’t say that I’m surprised by that honestly, it makes sense. 14% said covers and 14% said … Continue reading

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This or That? #91 (Conclusion)

Hello and happy Friday, This week we talked about whether or not we would buy a surprise novel by written by our favorite authors. 47% of us said that we would buy it for sure! 36% that it was very … Continue reading

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This or That? #90 (Conclusion)

Hello, This week we talked about whether or not we have read book by popular authors who are known around the world and have very familiar names. I was surprised to find out that 42% of us have definitely heard … Continue reading

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This or That? #89 (Conclusion)

Hello, This week we talked about whether we prefer thriller/mystery or fantasy/sci-fi. 75% prefer fantasy. 23% chose mystery and 2% said they don’t read either genre. I can’t say that I’m surprised by these results. A lot of the most … Continue reading

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