Re: What are you reading now?
Finished listening to Ron Chernow's Washington. One of the best historical bios of the period I've read. The narrator could be a bit off-putting with overly-correct pronunciations (kind of funny hearing him say "Saint Domingue" in a way that would leave anyone who didn't already know where the slave revolt in question took place clueless just weeks after hearing Gordon S. Wood talk about the same thing while pronouncing this in a very American Way), but otherwise the book was absolutely engaging.
Just started listening to Neil Gaiman's "Neverwhere" for a change of pace.
Juggling a couple of "real" books as well, but neither is particularly compelling.