How to Answer the “What do I read next?” Question | Flowchart Edition

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Yes, there is a chance that I am insane, but in a good way. As the designated bookworm of most of my friends, I am constantly asked for book recommendations.

So I made a flowchart. Or a pyramid or whatever this thing is called.

My sister was going on a trip and is a total moodreader so I made this based on what I know she likes and what she could read off of her kindle because she travels extensively.

You can access the google doc HERE if you have a hard time seeing the chart.


Yes, I am down for requests for more, but beware that it may take some time… Flowcharts don’t create themselves.

How do you handle this question? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!


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27 thoughts on “How to Answer the “What do I read next?” Question | Flowchart Edition

  1. Bahahahahahaha we totally vibe on the same level 😂 I make flow charts and diagrams too, but usually for the characters/relationships in books where I struggle to keep track (on my blog, I made one for As I Lay Dying, and a small one for The Golden Bowl). This one is great!!

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