I am in a minority of one. I am not like anyone else; and apparently very different from average - at an extreme of the distribution curve. This - both in personality and in behaviour.
Therefore I can't really advise other people, because they don't want what I want - or, at least, my advice would be theoretical, rather than empathic.
This comes-out when I am asked to recommend reading matter. I can either say what has been important for me (these are the things I blog about); but it is unlikely this will also be important for you. Or I can make 'generic' recommendations based on 'what most people - of our braod type - like'; but then, anybody can look that up for themselves, so it is not really 'my' recommendation.
But, in an ultimate sense, we are all individuals: metaphysically and not by virtue of being 'different'.
And, if we accept the reality and goodness of God the Creator, and that God is our Father (or, more exactly, Parents) and each of us His child; then we do not need recommendations and would be unwise to follow them (unless the person recommending was someone with whom we feel a special affinity, and who knows us as an individual, and can therefore make an intuitive personal connection).
That God is both creator and loving parent means that we are not generic-human-beings, but His individual children; and therefore creation will be organised-around each of our needs - so far as that is possible. Your particular life will therefore be organised around your particular requirements - including what you 'should' read at any given time... So long as you are alert to this fact, and able to make an intuitive link, you can know this.
Furthermore, Jesus Christ is always present and available to guide us, as the Holy Ghost.
So, on the one hand the actual circumstances of our life are being tailored by the Father, and there is individual guidance from the Son. This powerful combination means that -- with the usual proviso that our mortal lives are meant as experience (to learn-from; and not to attain some kind of 'perfection'), and some degree of trial and error is inevitable during this changing mortal life -- you can always know what (or if) it would be best for you to read/ watch/ do at any particular time and circumstance.
Reading, like life-in-general, is therefore an unique adventure; a path which you should trail-blaze for yourself; and one that you can do anytime, anyplace, starting Now.