I've been adding to my to-read list, which I keep either on Goodreads.com or on my Amazon wish list or both. Lorianne retweeted a list from a NY Times blog last week that had some great suggestions, including Oliver Burkeman's The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can't Stand Positive Thinking. I've started reading it and I'm enjoying it very much. I'm also reading a novel, The Light Between Oceans, which I pilfered from a well-read friend's reading list on Goodreads. She actually takes the time to write reviews, bless her, which I haven't had time and bandwidth to do but I've greatly appreciated hers and others there for helping steer me to good selections. That includes a recent great read, Tell the Wolves I'm Home, which I was lucky to download for free from my local library. I've also learned to download samples onto my Kindle so I can see if I like something before shelling out for it.
I've had a Kindle for just about 2 years now and have read more than I had in many years previously altogether. I'd gotten out of the habit, was distracted and eyesore from work, and only managed to read during vacations. But the Kindle got me reading everywhere since I could pop it in my purse to pick up in waiting rooms and at the hair salon as well as at home in the evening, and I could easily bring it with me to D's on weekends. D got me an upgrade to the beautiful new Kindle Paperwhite for my birthday this fall and that's even better for having better lighting, among other improvements. It's also nice not to be piling up any more books on my overloaded bookshelves, which I do only in rare circumstances anymore. You won't see my windows loaded up with books.