First, I have a book that my mother-in-law lent me several months ago. I don't remember the title, but it has something to with a historical study of Jesus. She really enjoyed it and thought I would like it, too. I'm not so sure, which is probably why I haven't picked it up yet. I would like to go ahead and start reading this one and decide if it's one that I'll enjoy or one that I can return mostly unread.
Second, last week one of my band mates lent me a copy of Skydog: The Duane Allman Story. That's been on my amazon.com wishlist for a few years. I'm really excited to have my hands on this one. I think once I start reading it, it will be a pretty quick read. It's kinda thick, but I'm sure the subject matter is going to keep me turning the pages pretty quickly.
Finally, I picked up a book at the library this evening. I heard about The Dude Abides: The Gospel According to the Coen Brothers on the Steve Brown Etc. show a few weeks ago and immediately requested it from the library. It was currently checked out, so I got on the wait list. It came in last week and I finally had a chance to stop by today and get it. Falsani had a great interview with Steve. I've seen about half the Coen Brothers' films, and I'm interested in seeing how she ties the theology in.
I guess I'll start on the Coen Brothers book first, since it's the one that has a due date.
Update 11/18/2009: I also have ccohoon's copy of I Am Legend, which he lent me about 57 years ago. I haven't even cracked it open yet, although I'm sure it's another one that I'd zip through once I started. I really need to get my reading on.