This whole discussion came about because the hubs accused me of being a book snob.  And while I admit I do sometimes judge a book by it’s cover I don’t think it makes me a book snob.  Even if I don’t care for the cover and the synopsis pulls me in, I’ll read it.  But there have also been times that I’ve bought a book based solely on the cover and have no clue what the book is even about.  It happens. I’m drawn to pretty things.  He also claims I’m a snob because I don’t read certain books.  It’s not so much certain books, but when someone I trust tells me that I won’t like a book, I’m not going to read it.  Even if it has made me curious.  I don’t want to read something I won’t like, and the bestie knows me well enough to not let me pick up a book she knows I’ll end up throwing against the wall, or in the trash. (Just kidding, I wouldn’t do that.) But I would bitch about spending money on something I hated, and pass it along to someone who may enjoy it more.  But back to the point.  I told him I read pretty much everything.  He knows this.  He’s built the shelves for my books, and sees them every day.  There’s a range of books on there from YA to adult, romance, and classics.  I don’t think anyone is a book snob unless you look down on people for reading things other than what you read.  That isn’t okay.  Read whatever floats your boat, whether that be a book with an awful cover, or the sexy book you read on your ereader so that nobody knows what you’re reading.

So, my question to you is… do you think you are a book snob?  What makes you a book snob?  I mean, is this even a thing???