welcome to PMSE!
What should I do (reading books/blogs etc.) to try to become a
@Zsolt's link is good, but I believe your question is far wider than this... therefore, for such a complex question, you won't find a specific answer. Nevertheless, I'd start with
- Daily visiting PMSE (oh wait, we're already doing it!);
- Searching on youtube (I'd suggest ProjectManagerVideos channel);
- Discuss about question with more seasoned colleagues;
- Listening for PM PodCasts (like THIS);
But, in the end, there's no better teacher than real life experiences.
Is this move logical? I know I cannot see myself as an architect after
You'll find this discussion on PMSE as well. HERE's one link where we've discussed about something I believe falls into your question. Notice that, from my point of view, an architect would be the highest engineer (i.e. technical person) in a project, while the PM would be the highest person responsible for deliverables. So, if you don't see you as an architect, I'd say PM is your future.
Wish you success, and hope you have the opportunity to share your knowledge with us here!