Deciding which book to read next is not always a simple issue.
But try not to make this a more complicated task than it has to be.
You could simply pick the next book in order on your Amazon Wish List.
Or, as some do, you could ask for recommendations from friends. Although, this eludes me personally.
With over 300 books on my “to read” list – the last thing I want is the opinion of someone who reads less than half as much as I do.
I simply tend to choose which book to read next by impulse.
I use my Amazon Wish List as an archive of books that I want to get to and then I simply scroll up and down without plan until one peaks my interest.
Worst case, you can pick a classic that you have missed or refer to the
The blessing here is in the uncontrollable, in choosing a book with no plan.
And then in reading the perfect line at the perfect time.
Itcould be coincidence, or synchronicity, or fate;but sometimes there’s a blessed convergence between what you read and what you need.
-Alan Jacobs, How To Think