The other week, a quick C.S. Lewis read: A Grief Observed. My favourite takeaway quote from near the end of the book, " "If you are approaching Him not as the goal but as a road, not as the end but as a means, you're not really approaching Him at all."
Just started: Therese: Saint of a Little Way, by Frances Parkinson Keyes (1937). A bit wordy, don't know if I'll care to make it all the way through. (I recently read St Therese' Story of a Soul, thought this might be a good follow-up).
Most recently purchased, still sitting on the shelf for after the holidays: The Man Who Broke Into Auschwitz, by Denis Avey (2011)
Oh, and still on the shelf, partly read and really struggling with it, Strangers and Sojourners, by Michael D. O'Brien. I loved the first three O'Brien books I read: Fr Elijah, Sophia House, and Island of the World, but this latest book (first in a series of five) is really slow, boring, and plotless.