As usual, I'm partway through several books at once: Caitlin Moran's Moranifesto (a compilation of her essays and columns), Slipping by Lauren Beukes (a short story anthology, mostly cyberpunk) and A Feast of Sorrows by Angela Slatter (another book of short stories, fairy tales mostly). I'm enjoying them all.
I'm stuck in a time warp. Everything I'm reading at the moment or plan to read is based on World War One. Getting a little confused with one on my laptop and another in book form. Will do a compare and contrast at the end of the month. This was not an intentional move - just serendipitous.
Pick up some by Kate Morton. She usually delves back into WW1, or at least the three of hers I have read have done so. Formulaic page turners. Loved "My dear I wanted to tell you" by Louisa Young. Currently reading "Bride of an ANZAC", autobiography by Queenie Sunderland, and will then move on to "The Summer Before the War" by Helen Simonson. Enjoyed her first book, so have great hopes for this one. Happy reading.
I've got a few manga series on the go at the moment- Noragami: Stray God, Tokyo Ghoul, Attack On Titan, and Pokemon Adventures. I never really used to read much of this but I've since become a bit of a fan. They're quick to read and the illustrations are incredible. The authors and artists are super talented!