Three, actually! I'm slowly going through A Random Walk Down Wall Street by Burton Malkiel. Yesterday I almost finished reading Ezra Klein's book Why We're Polarized. Which didn't do much for me; I'm not sure if it's because I am still not quite ready for more dense pay-attention-nonfiction (I haven't been reading any since last March) or because I'm just not quite the target audience. He makes a few good points, but mostly jumps from topic to topic seeming more eager to string other people's interesting work together than to help people follow it all. Or maybe I am just too easily distracted listening to him, as I am used to listening to his podcast where I can half-hear things and still follow along.
My light fiction read right now is Hank Green's A Beautifully Follish Endeavor, because I finished the first book yesterday. It's alright, it's basically YA scifi and he tries a bit too hard at times. I'm hooked on the mystery though so I want to read on.