Infographic: What are you in the mood to read next?

What are you in the mood to read next?Today I want to share a different type of recommendation post. As a mood reader, when I’m trying to decide what book to pick up next I usually go through a particular process that involves a few steps. First I think about what genre or tone I’m looking for. And then I narrow it down based on some specifics I’ve heard about the books in that category on my TBR (to be read) list. So I thought it would be fun to share an infographic that visualizes that experience.

Since this could go in so many directions, I’m starting by focusing on genres and categories that I’ve read a good amount in and have chosen books that were released within the past two years (or have sequels that were published within that time frame). I’d love to hear your thoughts on this type of post! Please let me know if you like infographics like this and if so, what genres or topics you might want to see suggestions for in the comments.

Ready to see my recommendations?

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So, there you have some recommendations on what to read next based on your mood! Have you read any of these? What are your thoughts on them? 

5 thoughts on “Infographic: What are you in the mood to read next?

  1. Love this! The infograph makes it easy to see the process…I am also a “mood reader,” like you, but have never spent much time figuring out why I choose what I choose. I just “know”. 🙂

    Next in line for me was a psychological thriller I just purchased on Amazon (name escapes me at the moment) but all the sudden, I had a fierce desire to read the next in the series by Sarah Rayne, a sort of historical ghostly mystery. So I’m reading that instead.

    Very cool to see behind-the-scenes of your selection process though!

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