1. Dream a Little Dream by Debra Clopton. Silly, funny romance about a workaholic reporter (Molly) who falls for an interview subject (Bob).
2. The End of Reason: A Response to the New Atheists by Ravi Zacharias. Nonfiction book that's mostly a response to Sam Harris' "Letter to a Christian Nation." It's not bad, but there are better books by Christian apologists out there.
3. Always Looking Up: The Adventures of an Incurable Optimist by Michael J. Fox. Inspirational read from the actor who's battling Parkinson's disease.
4. Fleeing Fundamentalism: A Minister's Wife Examines Faith by Carlene Cross. Autobiographical account of a woman raised in a fundamentalist religion who eventually abandons it along with her husband and makes a life for herself and her children. She doesn't so much flee fundamentalism as religious hypocrisy, though. Still, it's an interesting read.
5. 52 Volume 1 by Geoff Johns, Grant Morrison, Greg Rucka, Mark Waid, and Keith Griffen. First of a series that takes a year in the life of DC Comics and tells the stories in real time. Excellent.
6. 52 Volume 2 by Geoff Johns, et al. Second in the series. The storyline with Black Adam is great.
7. 52 volume 3 by Geoff Johns, et al. Third entry. By now, I've developed an unhealthy fascination with Booster Gold. I love Dr. Magnus and the Metal Men.
8. 52 Volume 4 by Geoff Johns, et al. The satisfying conclusion to the series.
9. Green Lanter, Vol 1. No Fear by Geoff Johns. Hal Jordan tries to return to a normal life in Coast City, however, he must deal with both Hector Hammond and The Shark.