Why the Mystics Matter Now, by Frederick Bauerschmidt, a wonderful little introduction to the Christian mystics; this is the book our Christian Mysticism Meetup Group is reading.
The Historian, by Elizabeth Kostova, a well-written and truly suspenseful novel about a scholar's search for the truth about Dracula.
The Gospel of Thomas: I'm re-reading the excellent translation by Stevan Davies, recently released in a new edition (with ribbon marker!) by the Buddhist publisher, Shambhala Library.
Meditations on the Tarot: A Journey into Christian Hermeticism, by an anonymous Russian theosophist who converted to Roman Catholicism. I will definitely be blogging in-depth about this book in the near future. The book is highly recommended by the Cistercian monks who re-introduced Centering Prayer to the church, Fr. Thomas Keating and the late Fr. Basil Pennington (that last link is from a comprehensive website devoted to the book). It's a massive book that relates the Major Arcana of the Tarot to Christian mysticism, Jungian psychology, the Kabbalah, Buddhist and Hindu thought, and philosophy (he quotes Nietzsche and Teilhard de Chardin a lot). It's precisely the kind of eclectic stew that appeals to a theological mutt like myself.
So to the readers of this blog: I invite you to share, by clicking on the "comments" button, Whatcha Readin'?