I am reading the Bible and Asimov's Guide To the Bible (parts of each, that is) as I am working on Revelations, my set of poems that reveal the real story behind all those Bible stories. These are meant to be alternately funny, ironic, educational, etc., but I want it all to be authoritatively based on the original (at least one of them) text.
The Stranger - Albert Camus
My co-workers bought it for me for my Birthday, so far very interesting read, very unique writing style! *of course not sure if that was the intention of the author or the translation...?
I'm reading Dragonsong by Anne McCaffrey. I have been on an Anne McCaffrey kick ever since I finished reading Douglas Adams' The Salmon of Doubt. My dad has been reading McCaffrey's books since she started.
Still reading Atlas Shrugged. I absolutely love it! I have noticed, though, that the main male/female characters are nearly the exact same male/female characters in The Fountainhead (at least as far as their relationship is concerned). Not that I'm disappointed - it just gives me a little more insight into the nuts and bolts of Ayn Rand (perhaps). Cat's Cradle will arrive tomorrow (Tuesday), so I'll have to put Atlas... down for a bit.