5 Ways to Figure Out What to Read Next When You’re Practicing Social Distancing

Life as we know it has completely changed recently due to this pandemic that the entire World is experiencing. Most of us are shuttered indoors as much as possible including Kim and I, and we’re definitely taking this seriously. If you’re home and looking for what to read next, here are some ideas on how to figure it out.

Books You Haven’t Read From Your Favorite Author

There’s so many books out there to choose from, but one of the ways to almost guarantee your next book will be a good one, is to choose something by your favorite author.

Kate Quinn Books

I’m taking my own advice and reaching for a book by Kate Quinn. The Empress of Rome series is an absolutely phenomenal, epic tale – which is what made me fall in love with this author.

Finish a Series You’ve Started

Consider finishing a series that you’ve started but haven’t read all the books in yet. If you’re like me, then there’s probably quite a few series that you could choose from. I’m going to continue with The Murderbot Diaries.

All Systems Red

Books From Your Favorite Genres

While we think it’s a great idea to read outside your comfort zone, when you’re shut-in, it’s probably a safer bet to pick a book from your favorite genre. What’s yours?

Books That Play Mind Games

Popular Books That Deserve the Hype

We’re not hear to tell you that all hyped up books are good because we’ve read our fair share of duds, but every year we put together a list of popular books that we think deserve the hype – and these are worth checking out.

Books Worth the Hype


How do you choose what to read next?

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