A roundup of what I'm reading right now and hope to finish in the next few weeks:
Moon Lander: How We Developed the Apollo Lunar Module
Written by Thomas Kelly, chief engineer on the LM team at Grumman, describes the whole project of developing the LM, from the early bids to be a subcontractor on the whole Apollo mission, to getting the LM contract, to design, testing, challenges, everything. So good so far. About 1/3 of the way through. If you're into SPACE, science, or engineering, read this book. If you're not, still read this book because it's amazing.
What to Listen for in Music
Recommended to me by a good friend, this book by Aaron Copland tells the reader what to listen for in classical music. I still don't understand half the terms used, but it's a very good book. I'm about halfway through it, and will re-read it again once I'm done to more "get" classical. In the meantime, I'm back on the whole "listen to classical music on WFMT because they provide a free audio stream of their music on their website."