At the moment I am 3/4 of the way through 'Club Dead' by Charlaine Harris. It's another Sookie Stackhouse Vampire mystery...I've read another in the series ('Living Dead in Dallas' I think).
It's craaaaaap, but fun crap. Similar to the Anita Blake books, but Sookie (the main character) is not as 'slayer' like...she's just a waitress with telepath powers who happens to be dating a vampire, so gets caught up in some crazy stuff.
"An Authentic Life - finding meaning and spirituality in everyday life" by Caroline Jones
I'm a third of the way through, and I love Caroline's writing style - very moving and descriptive.
The thing I'm getting out of this book so far is that participating in things that bring me pleasure (connecting with friends, enjoying art etc) is not a self-indulgent thing - it's the food that nurtures the soul.
In between a mountain of self-help books, I'm reading My Life As Me, by Barry Humphries.
I read his autobiography More, Please, a few years ago and devoured it, and I'm equally enjoying this companion memoir. I particularly love the way he describes Melbourne in the 40's/50's, and his stories about his mother, to whom he was a constant disappointment