Ever wondered how bookworms manage to scan great books you never knew displayed on the shelf every time they come inside a bookstore? Ever wondered how bookworms manage to score great books you never knew existed on the shelf every time they come outside a bookstore?
You see, bookworms don’t only scan great books in a bookstore. They look for one. You also see, bookworms don’t only score great books. They find one.
And for the love of books, it’s what most people would call targeting a great book.
Now, you might ask: How in the world can one target a great book?
Here are some tips just for you:
Visit not just one bookstore.
Looking for a great book in a bookstore is one thing. Looking for a great book in just one bookstore is another thing. Not only will your book options be limited, but also restricted when it comes to story value and even price value. Thus, you should visit not just one bookstore. If you can, visit every bookstore within the city you’re living in. And mind you, you will not just target a great book. You might target someone who reads books, as well as loves words just as much as you do.
Search not just one review.
We all know how the purchase number of books often rely on critic reviews. We also know how the purchase number of books sometimes rely on customer reviews. Thus, it’s only right for you to search not just one review. This will allow you to have a better judgement when it comes to the kind of great book you’re targeting, as well as a better argument when it comes to other kinds of good books you’re not targeting. Who knows? You might go for the latter, rather than a great book that only exists in your mind.
Indeed, great books are not only scanned in bookstores. They are looked for, even by bookworms. And indeed, great books are not only scored in bookstores. They are found, especially by bookworms.
How about you?
How do you look for a great book? How do you find a great book?
How do you target a great book? How can one target a great book?
Share your thoughts with us below!
You can also check out https://bowjudge.com/ for more on targeting – only this time, with a bow and an arrow like what Katniss Everdeen from Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games is best known for using.