I don't mind being a mood reader, but it can be frustrating. Sometimes I'll go to the library and take out a bunch of books that I'm looking forward to, and then I just don't read them because they don't suit whatever mood I'm in. For example, I've taken out Heir of Fire by Sarah J. Maas twice now and haven't read it (I'm not buying it until it comes out in paperback, to match my other two books)! This is wrong on so many levels.
Of these books pictured, I've read 10 of them, which only included 2 library books.
Being a mood reader isn't all bad. Often I go into phases where I'll read the same genre for a few weeks, and then switch to another for a bit. I like doing this, because I feel like I'm a little more selective with what I read, which leads me to read better books.
I know this isn't an actual problem, but it can definitely be frustrating when I'm standing in front of my shelf, or scrolling my Kobo or Goodreads desperately trying to find something that sounds appealing.
Do any of you go through the same thing? What is your book selection process like? Hopefully it's less annoying than mine can be!