Much of my life is focused on reading and writing. I’m always reading two or three books at a time, usually one that I’m reviewing and a couple others for leisure. Then there are the ones I read for my own research and for preparing lectures. Books, books, books.
(Painting by Jorge Cruz)
How can you find books that you might like? One way is to look on one of the big book websites like Amazon. If you plug in a title or a subject, Amazon will make recommendations.
You can ask a librarian. Some of them, like Becky Spratford, are specially training to give readers advice.
You can read book industry publications. Publishers Weekly includes a Books of the Week feature that highlights a variety of genres.
You can follow editors, publishers, and writers at online places like Facebook and Twitter. There you can specifically tailor your followings to your reading interests. For those of you who like to read about early American history, for instance, there is a gold mine of reading suggestions in The Junto’s version of March Madness.
So fill your bookshelves. There’s lots to choose from.