I've been doing some eclectic reading of late - all different genres, all different formats. Here are the books I have been perusing of late:
Right now I am at different points in EACH of the following--
All the Women of the Bible by Edith Deen (hardcover - copyright 1955)
The Great Disruption: Why the Climate Crisis Will Bring on the End of Shopping and the Birth of a New Word by Paul Gilding (Hardcover - copyright 2011)
I Don't Have to Make Everything All Better: Six Practical Principles That Empower Others to Solve Their Own Problems While Enriching Your Relationship by Gary & Joy Lundberg (softcover - copyright 1995)
Extraordinary, Ordinary People by Condoleezza Rice (Kindle - copyright 2010)
The Crystal Bridge by Charles M. Pulsipher (Kindle - copyright 2011)
Autobiography of Parley P. Pratt edited by his son, Parley P. Pratt (Kindle - copyright 1938)
Unleash the Power Within by Anthony Robbins (Audio - copyright 2005)
One Simple Act: Discovering the Power of Generosity by Debbie Macomber (Audio - copyright 2009)
It's sort of interesting simultaneously reading/listening to all these different things. I have Tony Robbins in my car to listen to on my way to and from work. I have the Macomber book in the CD player in my kitchen and listen to that when I'm doing domestic stuff.
The Great Disruption is in the bathroom (by the way - did you know there has been very detailed research about who does or does not read in the john?).
I usually read the Women of the Bible book for a bit in the morning when it's quiet and I have yet to enter the fray of whatever the day will have in store.
I read Crystal Bridge at night before turning out the lights.
The Lundberg book on Not having to make everything better is something I'm reading as one of several sources for a class I'm going to be teaching on Marriage and Family Relations so I tend to read it in my office when I'm in school mode.
Both the Parley Pratt autobiography and the memoir by Condaleezza Rice are ones I pick up now and again to read a little bit of whenever to mood strikes me. I seldom read either one for very long - but I've enjoyed sampling them both.
I'm getting increasingly intrigued by the sci-fi/fantasy book, Crystal Bridge
Each one of these books has their place for me.
What are you reading these days?