This year I have read far more non-fiction than fiction. In fact, it took me until March to read my second fiction book! Can you believe it?! I certainly couldn't and I wasn't doing it purposefully, but I just haven't felt interested in most of the fiction books I currently own. I want to get lost in a novel but just don't called to any particular one :/
So instead I've been doing what a lot of people call 'binge-reading' non-fiction. I can't help it! So many awesome people have been releasing awesome books this year! Check THIS, THIS, and THIS for just a few. It has been so awesome to have opportunities to review them!
My "problem"?? They are all too awesome. Yes, that is a thing. More than half my ratings are 4, 4.5, and 5 star ratings. That shouldn't be a bad thing...except. Except I feel I'm in an awesome non-fic overload! Should I stop reading non-fic for an 'awesome' break? Should I read a ''less awesome'' book?
The other part that makes me wonder about my 'awesome book' problem are the amount of bloggers that openly admit to not reading the blogs of reviewers who rate books too highly. Why this would be so, is beyond me. That is certainly not a factor I think about when deciding to follow a blog. So I have to say: I hope we can still be friends even though I read some pretty spectacular books :))
What would you do? Have you ever been on an awesome book overload?