Quick check reveals that the stack on the table is..
So Much To Tell - The biography of Kaye Webb by Valerie Grove
A War in Words - about the First World War by Svetlana Palmer and Sarah Wallis
The Magnetic North - notes from the Arctic Circle by Sara Wheeler
The Penguin Collector - June 2011 edition
The Belton Estate by Anthony Trollope
Oooh, I have a lot, but most noteworthy are Little Dorrit by Charles Dickens, and It by Stephen King.
"What have you been doing since you stole that antique TARDIS of yours, since you first landed on Skaro? Shouting 'Look at me!!! I'm not fighting a war!', while you battle the Daleks all the way through space and time."
I'm part way through The Fort by Bernard Cornwall, I'll get back to it once I'm finished my current book.
Also on my list is Atomic Lobster by Tim Dorsey.
Also got the latest from Stuart MacBride to read, Shatter the Bones
Time's Eye by Arthur C. Clarke and Stephen Baxter
A few Rankins
a Ben Elton book
The Blitzkrieg legend: the 1940 campaign in the West by some German guy (can't remember his name)
The fall of France : the Nazi invasion of 1940 by Julian Jackson
A poster outside one shop urged people to Dig For Victory, as if it were some kind of turnip.
A lot ,
The rest of the Song of ice and fire series,
Jasper FFordes Nursery Crimes series.
John Boynes Absolutist and Next of Kin
John Connollys Hells Bells
Guy Savvilles Africa Reich
Ken Follett Fall of Giants
A book of Mary Shellys Short stories
Fables from the Fountain anthology
Julian Barnes The History of the World in 10 1/2 Chapters
About four Philip k Dick Books
Neal Stephenson Snow Crash
Gregory Maguire Mirror Mirror
Titus Awakes By Peake and his missus
and i think theres a few i can't remember. The pile tends to grow constantly
'There is no future for e-books, because they are not books. E-books smell like burned fuel.' Ray Bradbury (RIP)