This book is adorable. I am going to come right out and say that this is probably the gooiest, cutest, girliest book I have ever read. It is sort of cheesy. It doesn't have a believable plot-line, and I don't care. I like it anyways. No one ever made the rule that something has to be anywhere close to reality to be enjoyable. Normally I don't read this kind of book, but I am so glad that I made an exception! I picked it up because of the title and the cover... it's just... it looks... so... happy!
Last, but not least, my (sorta) top-secret process for picking out a good Kobo free ebook (almost) every time. If you sort whatever genre you happen to be looking at as 'Price: Low to High', it should let you see all of the free ebooks first. The first thing I look at is the title. If it is spelled wrong, I don't bother (also, if the title is in a language you don't read, don't bother. That's a no-brainer.). Same goes for the description. The odds are that if the author didn't care enough to proofread these, then the actual book will be full of mistakes. They drive me insane. Then I look at the cover. Does it look like they let loose a 3 year old with some crayons? Is it supposed to look like that, because of what the book is about? How old was the person who wrote the book, because I'll give younger authors (like, still in school) some slack on this one. I can deal with bad Photo-shopping. Some people just can't use an editing program, and that's OK. What I don't like is when everything is sloppy, and it looks like they don't care/didn't try. I open anything that looks remotely interesting in another tab, so that I have a great big line-up of books waiting for me to read the descriptions. Once in the descriptions, if you even think once, hey, this might be okay, then you should get it. If you don't like it, you can delete it, and pretend it never happened. That way you increase your chances of getting one you like. I have found a few series where the author was giving away the first one for free to generate interest, and I got it as it looked okay, and then I felt compelled to go and get the rest of the series, because it was just that good.
So what are your book finding tips? Do you have a pet plant? Did you name your pet plant? Have you ever had a whoopie pie, and are they as good as they look? Have you ever read this book, and do you agree with what I said about it, or did you absolutely hate it, or are you somewhere in the middle? Tell me all about it down below. Just remember... no spoilers!