Here's this week's Musing Mondays, hosted by Rebecca at Just One More Page.
Do you feel compelled to read prize-winning (Giller/Booker/Pulitzer etc) books? Why, or why not? Is there, perhaps, one particular award that you favour? (question courtesy of MizB)
No. I never feel compelled to read any of the typical prize-winners. The exceptions are the Audie awards (for audiobooks) and AudioFile magazine's Earphone awards. And I don't feel at all compelled to listen to those books, it's just that I tend to pay attention to the audiobook awards when making buying and borrowing decisions.
How about you? Are prize-winners your thing?