We judge every book – metaphorical or not – by it’s cover. It’s what we grew up doing. Whether or not we want to admit it, or even recognize that we do it, we do it. But in a world where we have moved to digital books, and self-publishing, and where small bookstores are becoming a thing of the past, we rarely even see the cover of a book in order to judge it. In today’s world, I think we judge books more on their titles than their covers.
Question of the Day:
Do we still judge books based on their covers, or do we even look at the covers anymore?