I Love Books
I love to read books. While my preference is for mysteries, I read all sorts of books. To me, a bookstore is the equivalent of a candy store. I breathe in the smell of books with the same enthusiasm I have for the smell of sweet tasty delights. Except with a book, it’s my mind that waters, not my mouth:~)
Cover of a Book
Looking at the picture above, I imagine it as the cover of a book because it makes me wonder what happened to this window. How did it get broken? Who did it? When and where did it happen?
I often go to Amazon.com to get information about a book. I like how they show the cover as well the title and author. I also like that they usually include a review about the book, which sometimes helps me make a decision about a book.
Well, that’s your challenge today. Imagine this is a book cover to a brand new book and you are helping to prepare the Amazon.com information about it.
The challenge today can be short and sweet or a bit more detailed, depending on your mood or how advanced your job is at Amazon:~)
Short and Sweet
In preparing the Amazon.com information, consider answering one or more of these questions. Remember, you don’t have to answer all of these questions.
- What’s the title of this book?
- Who wrote the book?
- What genre of book is it?
- What books did customers buy who bought this book? (I always find this part of the Amazon book coverage interesting!)
The Special Challenge: Book Review
If you’re feeling a bit more adventuresome, write the book review that goes with this book using no more than 150 words.
In writing this review, feel free to use information from another person’s comment. For example, if you like the title someone left for the book, you can write an excerpt based on that title. If you do this, however, you must mention whose comment you used.
Have fun, be creative and enjoy:~)
Note: the photo used in this post is slightly modified