I have an hour long commute each way, so I listen to audiobooks daily. Right now I'm in a historical mood with them, so I'm listening to "East of the Sun", by Julia Gregson - a marvelous story about three women, one troubled young man, and India circa 1929 (and yes, it's very much tied in to the historical/political goings on of that period). Fascinating, and well done.
In 'real' books, I'm rereading Robert Jordan's "Wheel of Time" series, since the last one came out yesterday (the LAST ONE - 20+ years later.....). I'm up to book 6, and at the rate I'm going should be done when it's available in e-book format the first week of April.
I've also got four books that DP bought me for Christmas - dead tree books, which I don't read much anymore, and none of them ones I'd pick. I'm going to have to start reading them soon... she's getting antsy that I hate her choices... but those are more chores than books at this point.