I finally finished War of Honor, the tenth Honor Harrington novel by David Weber, a couple of nights ago while visiting family. I wasn't all that impressed, and it was way too long, but I'm glad I've got it out of the way.
Since I only had my kobo with me, and a mere hundred or so books to choose from, I haven't committed myself to anything else since, but have just read a couple of stories from the Mammoth Book of Locked-Room Mysteries and Impossible Crimes.
Actually, I'd kind of like to finish off the Foundation trilogy before the year is out. I read the first two earlier in the year. I might start Second Foundation tonight, an actual paper book.
I also finished Bye Bye Balham by comedian Richard Herring a few days ago. It's basically a collection of old blog posts,which I've been dipping into at odd moments all year. I liked it, but I was already a fan.