Haven't made that list for a while. Here goes:
* Educated, Tara Westover. From survivalist Idaho to a Cambridge PhD. Riveting.
* Eager: The surprising secret life of beavers and why they matter, Ben Goldfarb. Gotta get a little nature in there every once in a while.
* An Amanda Cross mystery, really by Carolyn Heilbrun. I tried reading her memoir about aging but got bored with her determination to commit suicide at 70 & her humblebrag about her country house.
* The March of Folly, Barbara Tuchman. Hoping it will shed some light on current events. Light & sweetness.
* Tom Sawyer in Norwegian. There's always a word I don't know but I can get the gist pretty well.
* How to Live: Or A Life of Montaigne in One Question and Twenty Attempts at an Answer, Sarah Bakewell. My new favorite writers, both Montaigne & Blakewell, although I didn't get into her At the Existentialist Café: Freedom, Being, and Apricot Cocktails, despite the great title.
* Depressing books about Ezra Pound & Henry Kissinger
* Poetry by everybody (that's a different list)
* Sometime I'll have to make a list of what I'm not reading—books I was excited about but abandoned, often very quickly.