Hey everyone! Sorry for the huge lags on weekends and late posts on scheduled days. I'm trying to up on our output of weekend activities (too many ideas and so little time to write and code) but there's been enough substantial drama to put it off for at least another week. ;) Look for that coming soon (and hold me to it)!
This week’s musing asks… (Hosted by Should be Reading)
What is the one (or maybe two) qualities a book must have for you to pass it along to your best friend as a “must-read”? Although I do pass on nonfiction, I usually only pass on fiction (and I'll answer for that). ;)
I'm most interested in passing on a book that's plot driven; I prefer to find and pass a book with full protagonists, antagonists, and a plethora of supporting characters. It also usually needs to catch my eye with certain details I recognize from the said friend's reading material and it's usually a book I want a second opinion on or a book I want to dote upon with a friend. ;P
If someone asks for a recommendation, however, I focus only on the general opinion I held of the book and what type or titles of books I've investigated they would be interested in reading.
What about you? Leave your musing in the comments or link your blog. ;) THANKS FOR STOPPING BY! -C