I was realizing today that I seem to read in blocks. Like, a few months ago, all I was reading were ebooks on my Kindle. And for the last month, all I’ve read were physical books.
I just haven’t wanted to go through the effort of picking a book on my Kindle. It would be nice if the summaries were right there where you could easily find them. But since I have to go to Amazon in order to read the book summary, some days it’s just more trouble than it’s worth.
I was reading someone’s blog, I forget who it was now. (It was Terri from Second Run Reviews, thanks for the reminder Nicole!) But she had actually gone through her TBR ebooks and printed out a cover image for all of them. Then she made them into little books and stuck them on her physical TBR shelf so she could flip through them to find her next read.
Considering I have 670+ books in my TBR list on my Kindle, it would take forever and way too much paper/ink to do that for me. I have been considering taking a few days and just pasting summaries into Word or Notepad. And page #’s if they’re given. But I dunno if I’ll actually take the time to do it or not.
So how do you decide what to read next? Do you have a system? Do you just close your eyes, and grab the first book you find? If you read both print books and ebooks, how do you decide which one you want to read next? And if you read ebooks, how do you organize your TBR on your ereader?