Well as well as my mcse course notes (2 exams left, currently my average score is 91%) I've also read a load of books :)
Alison Bechdel's Fun House, which is a really good autobiographical story about her relationship with her dad.
David Petersen's Mouse Guard (Fall 1152) which is both really sweet and cute and also pretty brutal. So do I wait until Winter 1152 is collected or get it in comic form. Argghh (yes we all know the answer is both)
Harry Potter 3-5 (still really really good, and I left 6&7 at home or would have gone through them as well)
30 days of Night. Kinda meh really.
Y the last man (books 3&4) I'd read 1 and 2 awhile ago and never really got round to buying anymore, and had forgotten that it was really good. Will be getting the rest over time when I get home as it's now finished.
Just started Joe Hill's 20th Century Ghosts, which is a short story collection of horror stories (although the introduction says they are not all horror) well read the first and on the second and it's really good so far. I had picked up his novel (Heart shaped box) a few months ago, and that was far better than a story about an aging death metal singer who bought a ghost should be. I had first heard of him in Neil Gaiman's blog, and figured I would give him a go. (I tried this before with Suzanne Clarke who Neil had also raved about, unfortunately I just cannot get through Johnathan Strange & Mr. Norrell)
Also as it's getting fairly close to me shaving my head for charity it would be nice if someone donated some cash