If you're reading this blog post, chances are you like to read in general, which means you have a strong interest in books and thus know a lot of them. So my question is, how do you choose what book to read next?
For me, it's come down to a question of practicality. I have a to-read list that tops 500 books, a tumbling pile of library books in the corner of my room, over 20 review books on my Kindle, and a stack of physical ARCs on my desk. There's no way I can choose from this many books every time I need to pick up another one, so I resort to a system.
I cycle through the oldest Kindle book, the oldest physical ARC, and then two of the oldest library books. And as for the library books themselves, I go in order of my to-read list when reserving them.
So... how do you choose what to read next?