Summer, Fireworks , and My Corpse, by Otsuichi.
Weird Tales a collection stories from every incarnation of the magazine with the same name when the book was published (1988). Pretty neat reading some of the more obscure works of people like Bradbury and H.G. Wells.
Into The Looking Glass by John Ringo, my first foray into military-science fiction. So far, it has been a quick and entertaining read.
The Girl With The White Flag, by Tomiko Higa.
"Off Season" (1981), a horror novel by Jack Ketchum -- the man Stephen King describes as a writer who scares HIM!
"Off Season" is an VERY graphic and brutal novel about a family of cannibals preying on people in the Maine woods. When it came out, it was widely regarded as the most violent novel ever published -- and that was after the original publisher dictated cuts in the most gruesome passages. (The uncensored version is now available.) It's also incredibly suspenseful and fast-paced; I read it in two sittings. Highly recommended, f you have a strong stomach.
I'm listening to Stephen King & Peter Straub's Black House -- it's a much later follow-up to their first collaboration, the Talisman, which I read in college. I'm halfway through, and it's great.
Just started "Frank: The Voice," by James Kaplin. Yet another Frank Sinatra biography, and a pretty good one so far. I'll read any book about Sinatra. I guess that's my guilty pleasure.