None. The only books Im reading right now are text books. School doesnt really interfere with reading for pleasure - If I wasn't in school, I'd only read about 1 a year probably, which translates to .083 books per month.
This was a big year of reading for me. I read 3 books, which is 3 more than I read most years.
I read two books on IRA distributions by Ed Slott, America's leading IRA expert. I read out of need. And I needed to know what I and my other two brothers were going to do with an inherited IRA currently valued at $759,0000. You don't want to screw up when dealing with that kind of money. I got both books free with the $30 credit Amazon gave for getting their credit card.
I also read The Satanic Bible. Also free under another Amaon account with $30 credit.
If I can't think of anything better to buy with credits on other Amazon cards I might buy Robert Nozick's "Anarchy, State, and Utopia". It seems I should read the whole thing as a good libertarian, as Nozick seems to be the leading libertarian thinker of the 20th century.