In keeping with my custom, I'm actually reading several books at once (not to show off, but just because I'm not always in the right mood to read a particular work). I'm re-reading this: .
The Ring of Fire series, which 1632 begins (by Eric Flint along with a number of different collaborators) I find endlessly interesting.
I usually start my day with something of a spiritual/cultural/historical nature, such as this:
And then there are several graphic novels I dip into now and then--I tend to alternate between DC and Marvel. Haven't yet got into manga.
You may ask, do I always finish every book I start? Heck no! But there's always another one out there to tempt me.
Note: out of consideration for those with delicate/apolitical sensibilities, I have refrained from posting an image of the political piece I'm working on--Trump Is F*cking Crazy (this is not a joke) by Keith Olbermann. Funny, infuriating, sharp, and waaay too prescient for comfort.
Three people never to trust: a religious leader who tells you how to vote; a political leader who tells you how to pray; and a draft-dodger who tells you how to be patriotic. – Author unknown