I really tried to read a variety of stuff this summer. Nothing too terribly heavy, as it is summer after all. But looking back over the list, I see that I have 5 out of the nine books that could fit into the historical fiction category. Oh well. They were at different time periods and about totally different subjects, so I guess I'll let myself off the hook for that. Kinda, sorta. :v)
Now my mind is already starting to play with this coming up in the fall.
There are just so many books I want to read. And I can't stay off my library's website and add more to my "For Later" shelves. Decisions, decisions. Not to mention the fact that my own book basket in my closet is totally overflowing. I can't seem to stay away from library's book sales, either, it seems. Or their shelves. Or the bookstore. Ahhh, it's an addiction, I tell ya. But a good one. Right? Hello? But I have a plan for the upcoming challenge for choosing my books. I'll share that when the Fall Into Reading post goes up. But I'm curious. How do you choose your books you want to read? Do you go to book sites? Or are you a shelf browser? Do you randomly buy books, trade books, borrow books or are you deliberate? If you have overflowing piles how do you choose which ones to read at the that time? Enquiring minds want to know.