I can't stop myself. My pages are littered with samples. I'm so pleased that Amazon does this, its like standing in a b&m bookstore trying to figure out what I like.
That's exactly what I do.Lotus said:I use samples kind of like a wish list. If I see a book I'd like, or someone on here (or elsewhere) recommends something, I'll get the sample. Later, when I'm looking for something to read, I'll read the sample, and buy if I like it.
Yes, I figure if I was interested enough to get the sample, it's a book I'm still potentially interested in, even many months later. I really don't worry at all about figuring out what I am going to read next.This was really useful for me when I was stuck out of town for a week and ran out of reading material. It was a lot easier to choose something from the samples than to go look through everything to find a book to read.
'Cause you asked for it. So read it, decide if you want to read the whole book, and keep or delete it according to your decision.Dori said:Thank you. Anbody know why I have Off Season sample, Anne Rivers Siddons.