I'm finishing up The Rogue Crew by Brian Jacques, and I'm reading Catching Fire (the second in the Hunger Games trilogy) by Suzanne Collins
I just finished "A Man Named Dave", the third book of the "A Child Called It" trilogy by Dave Pelzer; Now I've started "The Brotherhood" by Jerry B. Jenkins (one of the co-writers of the Best-Selling "Left Behind" series").
I just started reading Fifty Shades of Grey. I have never really thought of reading it but my sister kept insisting, so I gave it a try. It's a fine book, but not really my type because there are lots of bed parts. If you've read this, you know what I mean.
I prefer books on psychology. I just finished The Element. How finding your passion changes everything (Ken Robinson). I did not find it as pathbreaking in a motivational sense, but I found some interesting thoughts about education and personal diversity. I can recommend Ken Robinson, both as an author and a speaker. You can also find an inspiring TED on education by him.
Now I'm re-reading "She's Come Undone" by Wally Lamb, the only book recommended to me by two different people, both who know me well but don't know each other (my older sister and my mother-in-law).