Pretty much what it says. However, I know that it's murderously difficult to actually figure out what a person's individual tastes are, so here's a sampling of some of the stuff I've read recently:

NOS4A2, Heart-shaped Box, and Horns by Joe Hill
The Republic Of Pirates (Nonfiction)
In the Garden of Beasts by Erik Larson
Pretty much anything by Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant.
Pretty much anything by Jim Butcher.
Jennifer Government (Which was... ehhhhhhh a little on the nose for my tastes).
Old Man's War and Redshirts by John Scaliz.

I'm also vaguely considering Wool, though I've read more than a few dystopias fairly recently. Also, no Gaiman: I love Gaiman, but there's a good chance I've read it. As far as nonfiction, I mostly enjoy Devil In the White City style presentations and interesting topics (I've been trolling for a fun read about the war of the currents but outside of Tesla's biography I'm not sure which to pick up).