"When you read a book that you just can't get into, do you stick it out and keep reading or move to your next title?"This really is an excellent question. I think a lot of readers grapple with this issue. Personally, if a book doesn't have my attention, for whatever reason, fairly early on - it's probably not going to grab me. For the most part, I will set the book aside and move on to another one that I want to read. There are so many great books and so many that I want to read or even re-read, that I just can't spend my time on a book I really don't like or just can't get involved with
Of course, there are a couple of exceptions. One, if it's a book I've agreed to read and review, I stick it out and then review it. As a writer, I know how important feedback is to all involved in the process; writer, publisher, booksellers, etc.
Another time I'll make an exception is when someone whose opinion I value tells me it's worth it to stick it out with the book. I don't always end up agreeing with whomever but more times than not - in these instances - I have been glad that I kept with the book.
Generally speaking, I do move on, though. How about you?