All kidding aside, I'm reading two books right now, one serious literature and one genre fiction. The literature is Don Quixote. I'm only 50 pages into it, but I'm already floored by how laugh-out-loud funny this book is, both the narrative and the prologue about fake epigraphs adding an air of erudition. The genre fiction is Orson Scott Card's 5th book in the Shadow series, Shadows in Flight. I've always been fascinated by books about a small coterie of people on a vessel and the dynamics that emerge when people unmoored from the norms of civilization. Usually, of course, that vessel is a boat (or an island, as it were) but this is on a spaceship, so the sci-fi twist is intriguing.