Musing Mondays is a weekly meme hosted by MizB at Should Be Reading, that asks you to muse about something book related each week.
My Musings for the Week...
I thought I would answer 3 questions for Musing Mondays this week. Well here goes:
Long books or short books?
I will admit that I like longer books and don't mind an abundance of detail either. I like when the world within the book is thoroughly explained. I prefer long epic tales and usually look to read them first. However, despite my love of lengthy novels, I occasionally enjoy a shorter one. So, I guess you can say that I enjoy all kinds of books--long or short depending on how much time I have to read.
Standalone or series?
Both. I like long series because it gives me time to get invested in the characters and the overall story. But at the same time I also like standalones where the story is nicely wrapped up into one book.
Do book covers matter when deciding on what book to buy?
Covers are just covers in my opinion. I care more about the story rather than anything else. So I try not to buy books based off the cover alone.
Well that's it for today. Basically, books are books. It doesn't matter if they're long or short, series or standalones, as long as the stories are great. I try not to judge just by the cover, because it could look pretty, but the story might not be so great. Question: Standalone or series? Long books, short books, or both? Do nice book cover's play a part in if you buy a book or not?