Do you roleplay the books you read?
I read mostly non fiction but as example:
Two years ago I read feudal society (really good book) and loved so much that I tried to recreate the medieval times. We don't have reenacting fairs where I live so I stayed as much as possible inside home, changed the bulbs to get as close as possible to candle illumination, started working in my garden, baking bread and praying/ reading the bible.
Now that I finished the richest man in babylon I plan baking honey cakes, saving all my money, eating like a slave and following the finance advices as well.
Of course it is not perfect but at least it is fun and a cheap way to pass the time.
You sound like you have autism OP, but also like you are pretty cool.
Myself i had try to live like in a cyberpunk future, inhaling the smoke directly from cars and decorating my room with a lot of black cables and fans.
Whenever I read any systematic ethical philosophy, I try it out for a short period of time. It is more like an experiment than any real devotion to ethical writings, because I am at my heart an Epicurean, but ethical lifestyles can be as enjoyable as any other pleasure just as long as there's a variety.
I've found that, generally speaking, I've been the most happiest adhering to Aristotle's virtue ethics, and the least following Kant's categorical imperative. Nietzsche was not nearly as life affirming as I thought he would be, I actually found Plato to be more energizing, but that's probably from the excitement of beginning my initial readings into philosophy. Reading Hegel probably was the most unattached I had ever felt, which sounds pretentious but I disassociate a lot so I mean it in a more psychological sense than pseudo-spiritual.
I tried living like an ancient greek for a while but I got sick of all the olive oil and flatbread and it turns out that if that's all you eat it's really really easy to get drunk on the wine they had instead of water so I was constantly drunk and hungover.
Whenever I read Conan it encourages me to get swole, consume a ton of meat and liquor, and find a lithe damsel to pound.
Shame I'm a fat neckbeard, but at least the meat and liquor part is obtainable.