Got your weird right here
Pick a date or a level of weird ...
... finding the next book to read is hard, especially when the To Be Read (TBR) stack, or list, no longer appeals.
Ask a friend. Check the Sunday paper. Look up book clubs on social media. Wander a bookstore and hope a cover catches your attention? An internet search returns a long list of articles and posts titled “what to read next."
However, here are some off beat ways to find your next book.
Pick a date, any date – birthday, anniversary, a day in history then check out this list on LitHub.
Keeping it weird. Love the title. Love this list, from Book Riot, of strange, unusual, weird books.
Pick a number between 1 and 130, then consult this list, matching your number for your next read. The magic here is that Great Books. org takes great books lists, compares them, then makes a new list of the most often listed books.
Answer a few questions, get a few answers. Pick your mood. An internet search returns a long list of articles and posts titled “what to read next." Pick a location, real or imaginary. Answer a quiz. .
If you liked this, you will like that. Several sites take a page the "if, then" playbook, asking what did you like before then recommending something similar.