I bought a couple books yesterday to read on vacation. I don't really want to read work-related stuff, and I've been trying to read some classic older literature lately.
I intended to buy another book by John Steinbeck, because I like his writing style, and I actually had two of his books in my hand at different times, and I may go back and get one yet, but the two I ended up with yesterday are: Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse Five, and Ernest Hemingway's Men Without Women. I grabbed the Vonnegut book at the last minute, because it was way cheaper than the rest. It's also pretty short. I don't know if I'll like it or not. The Hemingway is short as well, and I've always wanted to read one of his books. I have a feeling I may like it. We'll see.
I will probably also take along Francis Chan's book Crazy Love, and The Jesus Manifesto by Frank Viola and Leonard Sweet, just in case I need more to read. I would prefer to leave those for my devotional reading though, and I am still thinking of going back and getting Steinbeck's Cannery Row or Tortilla Flat.