I read about 15 - 20 books a year. I only do paperbacks, both for economy and ease of transport. I like the feeling of holding something real and turning the pages. I'm a breathing anachronism. I guess most people would call it pulp fiction. I'm not apologizing for it. Favorite authors are whoever happens to be continuing the Tom Clancy/Jack Ryan Junior and Senior franchise, John Grisham, Stephen King, Dean Koontz and Michael Connelly. I've also started a series of greatest American fiction of the 20th Century. The last ones by each are - The Grapes Of Wrath - John Steinbeck The Great Gatsby - F. Scott Fitzgerald Line Of Sight - Mike Maden (Jack Ryan, Jr.) The Whistler - John Grisham The Outsider - Stephen King Concrete Blonde - Michael Connelly Intensity - Dean Koontz An oldie that is not a classic but a good read, The Other Side Of Midnight by Sidney Sheldon. Coming soon: It by Stephen King. This paperback is roughly the size of an auto parts catalog. I may bruise my thighs while reading it. Classics in the queue are To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee and Catch-22 by Joseph Heller.