Currently I'm re-reading "Terminal Cafè" by Ian McDonald. It's one I read years ago and is a great read.
I made a great discovery at the local thrift store today. I've been wanting to read some of the sci-fi classics that I've heard of for years, but have never made the time for. I found a hard bound omnibus of "The Time Machine," "The Island of Doctor Moreau," "The Invisible Man" and "The War of the Worlds" by H. G. Wells in excellent condition for a mere $2.00. I have, of course, seen all the movies in at least one (usually two or three) of their incarnations. It should be a lot of fun to go through the originals.
I also found a hard bound (fifth printing, unfortunately) copy of "Red Storm Rising."