I know this has been done, but it's been awhile. What are you reading now? ...or have read in recent months? I've just finished My Father the Spy. A good biography of a CIA operative born in 1913, written by his son, John Richardson. Also re-read Lamb by Christopher Moore. GREAT BOOK!!! I'll read it once a year at least. My most highly recommended book, ever. On Moore's suggestion, read The Master and Maguerita by Mikhail Bulgakov. Written by a post-revoltionary artist/author in Russia, but not published until well after his death. Also read The Book of Bebb, a series of four novels by one of my favourite authors/theologians, Frederick Buechner. Also reading text books for my Masters of Arts in Teaching classes...boring! No replies saying "right now I'm reading MacRumors!" Oh, yeah, never read Confederacy of the Dunces, so I'm grabbing that next.