Excellent question…trying to convince @FRANK to let us do a whole episode dedicated to this topic because it’s very near and dear to my heart haha! So stay tuned for that…
In the meantime, I would suggest doing the free 10 days of either the Headspace app or the Waking Up app. Both are excellent and I’ve used them extensively. Personally I prefer Waking Up as it’s closely similar to the style of meditation I like the most. Experiment with a couple of those and see what you think!
In addition to what @Jackson said I’ll offer up 3 more inputs
#1 I find that a solo bike ride with no music in the woods to be quite meditative for me. The key is no music and by being yourself it can turn into moving meditation. I say the woods because that tends be the most peaceful, no cars, etc… Bonus points if you are carving singletrack in the zone.
#2 - similar to the moving meditation this is another reason I recommend Yoga. Yoga is essentially moving meditation especially once you get the hang of the breathing. If you don’t think about anything else other than breathing in a one hour yoga class, you know you are ‘doing it right’.
#3 “Search Inside Yourself” a nice intro to meditation, how to, why, the science, etc… The author is “Chief of Happiness” @ Google. I think you’ll enjoy reading it at the very least.
Waking Up by Sam Harris is an excellent book, and he has a meditation app that I have found to be the best. Also, try headspace. Another great book is Peace is Every Step by Thich Nat Hanh. Not a meditation book per se, but a very good meditation/mindfulness in action book.