Over the last year, I've become increasingly scatter-brained. I think a large reason for it is my Kindle. I've come to love its ease of access and efficiency during travel, but the major disadvantage is that with so many titles at my fingertips, I get lost for choice on which one I should start next, or I end up starting multiple titles and then get bogged down even if I'm enjoying them. In an effort to bring a little order to my reading I'm going to try listing a few titles that I definitely want to get through in the immediate future. Not too many, just enough to keep it manageable, say circa five works. SF & F Orbus (Spatterjay #3) by Neal Asher The Past Through Tomorrow by Robert A. Heinlein Other Either Mansfield Park or Persuasion, the two Austen novels I have remaining & which I've been putting off for a year now. I'm already on two SF works and I've got one non-SF work on hold. Will finish the SF works and get on to these. What's on your immediate to-be-read list? And do you usually stick to it?