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by cguza on ‎08-07-2012 11:11 AM
I read based on both. With an author I'm familiar with and enjoy, it's almost a sure thing that I'll like the new book. If reader reviews look positive, I'll test out a "sample" on my nook & if it proved to be as good as the reviews, then I will buy it. Sometimes, I'll read author blogs and read what they recommend. I've found quite a few great books that way.
by deborahblakeNY on ‎08-07-2012 02:07 PM

I read based on both, too, but once I get hooked on an author, I tend to read everything they write. Barbara O'Neal is a good case in point. I loved the first book of hers I read so much, I ran out and devoured everything I could find--and then started in on her books written as Barbara Samuel!

by OhMystery on ‎08-12-2012 02:54 AM
I am a sucker for my favorite authors. I anxiously await their next installments. I do, however, read suggestions and selections by B & N for new writers. I have found a few new roads to take.

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