TGIF is a weekly meme hosted by Ginger at GReads. Each week she poses a question and everyone is invited to join in and share their answers :]
This week's question: Book Appeal: When you're browsing goodreads, the library, or another blogger's reviews, what grabs your attention to make you want to read it?
I'm not afraid to admit it: the first thing that always catches my eye is the cover. If the cover is pretty or interesting I'm immediately clicking on it and figuring out why I haven't heard about it before. After that, it's all about the synopsis -- and I'll tell you now if the synopsis is too long, I won't bother. Yes, I have a short attention span, but I'm okay with that.
When it comes to reviews, if one of my favorite bloggers is totally pimping out a book, it's likely I'll immediately go add it to my TBR if it wasn't there before.
What about you guys? What makes you pick up a book and give it a chance?