Every week a new 'musing' question is posted by the host for all participants to answer in their own posts.
This week's musing is:
When you’re stuck for a book to read next, what do you do?
Thankfully, I am not faced with this conundrum very often! I just have so many books, that I could almost say that I have my own, personal library, so there is a rather wide range to choose from, every time I go to pick up a new read.
It is a tricky one, though! I think I'd say that what I usually do, when this rare event does occur, is I go through the books that I have been most excited to read recently, and read the first few pages, then I go for the one that grabs me the most. In these situations, I will usually go for a shorter book as well, because generally, if I'm stuck on what to read next, it's more often than not, that I'm in a bit of a reading slum and need to get myself back up again!
This is an even rarer occurrence at the moment though, because I'm focusing mostly on my review books, so I'll pretty much know what I'm going to be reading next for a little while to come!
What about you guys? What do you do when you get stuck with what to read next?