I just finished last night "The Shack" by William Young..excellent read,I actually cried and I can honestly tell you I havent cried over a book in years and years..Its a different kind of story about God,Faith and Love.
I don't know what types of books you like to read, but off the top of my head, some great fiction and non fiction.
I loved the book, A Country Year, the author writes about moving to the Ozarks and her husband leaves her so she now lives there alone and takes up beekeeping.
She has 300 hives and a honey company, but the book is about the seasons and the work that is involved on her farm, her neighbors, things like that.
I am not really doing it justice, great book.
Written by Sue Hubbell.
A funny book written by David Sedaris is about his life, very funny stories, he is self depricating and he admits to doing alot of stuff.
Its called Me Talk Pretty One Day.
If you want fiction
The true story of The Wicked Witch of the West.
Excellent, just like the title says, its the grown of version of the Wizard of Oz but the other side of the story.
Why the witch was a witch and why she was green, her college roomate was Glynda the good witch and she was mean.
The munchkins are the college party people.
Its a great book.
I'm re-reading Robert Anton Wilson and Robert Shea's The Illuminatus! Trilogy. It's a fun romp through the joys of anarchism, agnosticism, Maybe Logic and guerrilla ontology. It really helps maintain some perspective.