How do you choose a book to read?

United States
April 12, 2009 11:19pm CST
When it comes to reading fiction, I'll find a book by an author I like and I'll read all the books by that author. Does anyone else do this?
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@jensenfan (153)
• Philippines
13 Apr 09
Years ago, I came across a novel by Arthur Hailey and found it very interesting. Since then , I would look for books by the same author and so far, I've read eight of his novels. I've also done the same with John Grisham and Stephen King books.
• United States
13 Apr 09
Yeah, I've read all of John Grisham.
@Porcospino (18669)
• Denmark
13 Apr 09
If I read a really good book I always become interested in the author, and then I usually try to find other books written by the same author. I often read book reviews on the internet and that is another way to find books that I am interested in reading. I also like to use the database of the library, there I can search for books about a certain topic. If my local library doesn't have the book that I interested in, I just find the book at another library and ask them to send it to my local library.
@asianwind (365)
• Philippines
13 Apr 09
Hi there! Depends on the genre... I am more into historical romance, biographies and children's book... Not too heavy. Also depends who's popular and best-sellers because that would guarantee a grrat read righT? Add me!
@Dasari100 (3803)
• Anantapur, India
13 Apr 09
I can the theme of the particular book so i can choose my own choice to read books so most of the time i read spiritual kind of books so those books are really help to find out un answer questions in my life.