I'm most of the way through Joseph Conrad's Lord Jim, which I haven't read in 20 years. Conrad is more long-winded than I remember, but when he picks up the pace, he's great. I see why he and Ford Madox Ford got along so well: they both really groove to long-form ruminations in their work.
Once I finish, I'll start reading Conrad's Eastern World, a detailed look at the sources for his writing. My annotated copy of Lord Jim has lots of references to it, so I figured I'd grab a copy. It's out of print, but I got a very new-looking copy.
I've always found Conrad evocative and getting back into him is a respite from the endless turmoil we're going through. I'd like to write something soon - if only for the escape it provides. Our household is currently in a state of transition (one kid moving back in, another moving out) so when the dust finally settles I might be able to write again.
I've also started a gaming project which will get its own post later.