@Kitteh - I don't think it's ADHD or anything related. It's been more recent, but also has been for a while. It's part of me losing interest in some things, and not finding anything to replace it. I've got a very up and down schedule. Some days are busy and take most of the day, while others can be finished in a couple hours. But then, I work 7 days a week, and sometimes my days can be divided into morning visits, and evening visits. Given this, I have lots of time, but, it's always variable, and has no routine to get into. In terms of gaming, no game really keeps me entertained. I finished SC2 last year, and didn't even finish the Nova campaign, as it's not the type of game I enjoy. The campaign/story have too many missions that are hard, just to be hard. Hard in a way that there are only one or two methods of beating it, and if you don't do that method, you simply can't win. You need to know what to do, before you can actually beat it. Many of the missions are timed, so you feel pressured to attack early. If you attack at the wrong time, too early, you lose flat out. If you attack too late, the mission's 'timer' beats you. If you have the wrong composition of units, you lose and have no chance at rebuilding, so SC2 really hasn't held my interest. Median Sigma, let down for me. It hasn't kept my attention, and part of that is due to one of their 'features.' D2, I haven't played in so long, and don't intend to complete a Sept Sept, although there's only a few characters remaining. So in part, if you no longer find interest in gaming or other time consuming hobbies, and your work schedule is so unpredictable and variable, it's more about me MAKING sure that I fill the time, and getting into a routine and sticking to it. And that means sticking to doing a simple thing every day: 1 chapter minimum a day (easy in theory!,) or 10 minutes guitar a day. I read one of the Diablo books, which focused on Kabraxis and The Black Road. It was a straight-forward read, pretty easy going, kept within the Diablo lore, and had some creative storytelling. I enjoyed it, coming from someone with experience of the Diablo universe, but I believe if you didn't have any experience with the history, it might not be as enjoyable. It would be considered too simplistic and easy going, not very complicated or creates a massive, potential of a world. Same with the Starcraft books I've read. I enjoyed them, but they were also pretty simplistic overall, so may not be enjoyed as much by someone who hasn't had any experience with that world. Iron Druid Chronicles is also pretty easy to read (audiobook) because it's not trying to create a complexity of challenges or complex world, or be a political war between different factions, or make up anything over the top/magical. It's everything we know or can research, as many elements come from history, folklore and mythology. The humour and unexpected phrases and overall sentence structure is pretty easy going, again, not trying to be complicated. It's a guy, living out his interestingly long (for a 21 year old, no one has questioned what he means when he says he's 21, but it could be 21 centuries) life, while trying to keep his quiet, peaceful life going.