This summer I haven't been able to read as much as I wished but I plan to read a few more in the fall. So far:
The Enemy: By Charles Higson
Mouse Trap: By David Koeing
Realityland: By David Koeing
Chew on This: By Eric Schlosser
American Coasters A Thrilling Photographic Ride: By Thomas Crymes
Designing Disney: ?
Themepark Design: Steve Alcorn
It's amazing how many people don't seem to understand the repercussions of romanticizing an abusive relationship. And how influential books are, to the point where your audience wants to, subconsciously or consciously, recreate those scenario's.
So at any given time I am reading 3 or 4 books and listening to one in the car. Usually in the car I am listening to some sort of hard science fiction or at the minimum fiction. At the moment I am listening to Book 3 in the Games of Throne series.
As for actual reading I usually have 1 Fiction, 1 History, and one related in some way to the space program.
At the moment my history is "the Fall of the Third Republic" by William L. Shirer. I highly recommend any of his histories. "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich" is a must read. but I am looking.
For my space science related I am reading a book Nic gave me for my birthday last year, "Packing For Mars," by Mary Roach. It is not bad.
For my fiction I am reading the new Danial Silva novel "The Heist." So for not the best in the series, but it is early yet.