But that's for the print books I read at home, and which I can register via this site and redonate. For the ebooks such as I read during my breaks at work (grocery store/essential), a few days ago I'd started the first book of The Crystal Doors trilogy by Rebecca Moesta, one of many selections I'd acquired via StoryBundle.
In both cases, the choices are a matter of "spring cleaning."
In the first case, I'm trying to cut down on the to-read pile and get things donated when I can, and this was both familiar territory (I'm a fan of the author's works) and shorter than some of the other "familiar territory" in the pile.
In the second, I'm slightly OCD about the "personal documents" on my Kindle and have been focusing on books that are part of a series (specifically those where I have multiple books in the series as I do in this case) to more quickly reduce the number of documents on my account by reading ONE book in the series and then, if I like the book enough to keep a "permanent" copy, replacing the entire series with Kindle-bought editions.
I also listen to the No Sleep podcast on the drive home from work. Very appropriate late at night. ;)
This one is a more self-serving reason; I used to use a podcast app that actually rewarded me for using it (points towards Amazon gift cards and the like), and even though that app no longer exists I'm still trying to catch up--nearly done with season 5 of a series that's already into season 14. Had it not been for the reward I probably would never have started the podcast--I have hearing problems that make anything that's pure audio a challenge--but now that I'm into it there are a few other titles I'm interested in trying if and when I catch up on this one.