Making Ideas Happen by Scott Belsky — For any creative thinker who needs a little help or direction on how to get things done, this is your bible.
The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls — People have been telling me to read this for years, and now I know why. It. Is. Amazing. You don't even want to believe it's true.
Perfection by Julie Metz — Another amazing memoir. Couldn't put it down.
The Lone Survivor by Marcus Luttrell — All American citizens should read this. What he and the rest of the men who died next to him or trying to save him went through is incredible.
Committed by Elizabeth Gilbert — Not really a sequel to Eat, Pray, Love, but sort of. It's more of a historical book on marriage, which I found fascinating.