Choice for the modern individual has evolved far from what it once was. Consider that major publishers in the U.S. alone publish about 300,000 books each year. Essentially, whatever your favorite genre of choice, you’ll never run out of good books to read.
And I think that’s dangerous. Books help us escape, certainly. But they also help us grow and better understand the word and the people around us.
Read outside your genre. Discover subjects and ways of thinking that you wouldn’t ordinarily consider. Be open.
Are you primarily a reader of science fiction and fantasy (like me)? Read a biography, or a memoir, or a book on wine tasting.
Here’s my suggestion, for every three books you would normally read, make that fourth book one out of your usual wheelhouse.