A couple of great flying books (and a DVD) if anybody is looking for some winter reading:
Cannibal Queen is an autobiography by Stephen Coonts (author of the book Flight of the Intruder...the book is awesome by the movie sucked) about the summer when he flew his Stearman around the lower 48. I've read it twice, once before I started Navy flight school and just recently after 2500 hours and my tailwheel signoff. Each time it was a new book because of my different perspective.
The other is Island Bush Pilot about Roy Franklin, the founder of San Juan Airlines and the builder of Friday Harbor Airport. An honest and nice guy who was successful through his own hard work and skill as a pilot. An entertaining, easy read.
Sparky Imeson's Mountain FLying Bible. My mistake was trying to read it as a night-stand book. It's a textbook to be studied with notetaking, quizzes and an final exam.
DVD -- Jim Clark's Out There Flying. Very entertaining trip through the canyonlands of Utah and a few remote strips. Cool stuff, but when is he going to release the sequal? Us east-coast flatlanders need more.