Just another GR refugee. Other than that, I had a stroke in 2004, and read almost anything I can get my hands on, though I have a particular weakness for history, mystery, and historical fiction.
I've finished A Great Reckoning, by Louise Penny, which I'm using for Scary Women (Authors).
So my spaces/books read are:
Read by Candlelight/Flashlight: Survivor in Death, by J.D. Robb - another in Robb's long-running mystery romance series set in c.2060 New York City. I think this is #20. It's only about halfway through the series now, I believe.
Witches: Wyrd Sisters, by Terry Pratchett - second book in the "Witches" subseries of Discworld. Hamlet and MacBeth had a baby, and it's a comedy.
Scary Women (Authors): A Great Reckoning, by Louise Penny - 12th in the Armand Gamache mystery novels, which are set in Canada (mostly in the area of Three Pines, Quebec).
Reads with BookLikes Friends: Hound of the Baskervilles, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - which would also qualify for "genre: mystery" or "fall into a good book."
Grave or Graveyard: Graveyard Book, by Neil Gaiman - the charming tale of a boy raised by the residents of a cemetery.
Free Space: First Lord's Fury, by Jim Butcher - lots and lots of vord (giant spiders).
Creepy Crawlies: Princeps' Fury, by Jim Butcher - still more vord.
Fall into a Good Book: Sidney Chambers and the Shadow of Death, by James Runcie - Connected short stories, at least a third of which are set in the autumn.
Full Moon: The Girl Who Chased the Moon, by Sarah Addison Allen - charming tale of second chances in small-town North Carolina. Would also fit "magical realism."
Vampires vs. Werewolves: The Immortal Who Loved Me, by Lyndsay Sands - cheesy (very cheesy!) paranormal romance about telepathic vampire life mates from Atlantis.