Suggested by Prairie Progressive:
Do you read the inside flaps that describe a book before or while reading it?
Um, yes, always! I get so frustrated when books don't have a synopsis on them and only talk about previous books, or the author, or have quotes about how much people loved the book. I read the 'flap' so I know whether or not I want to read the whole book. Granted, depending on if the flap goes from the front of the book to the back of the book, I'll probably get distracted by something else, I am scanning within it for key words/phrases that usually tip me off to whether a book is my style or not.
Now, if I have decided to buy that book, when I read it I will again read the flap, this time in it's entirety and I will usually read it again at some point during some phase of reading the book to see if I can glean any clues about what's about to happen in the next phase of the story because I then suddenly become someone who wants the flap to quickly reveal all of the book to me! However, I get over it and get back to reading the book. So ya, I'm a flapper!