First off, I'd be remiss not to mention my own book, The Barest Branch. It's an early-medieval Lovecraftian novella, and it doesn't have a satisfying ending or sympathetic characters or anything like that. But I like it. It's available in both PDF and MOBI formats.
Obviously, this year I've been playing a lot of Frostgrave. I think it's pretty good, and the PDF is on sale at the moment, as are its various supplements.
Still grooving on Silent Legions, although I haven't had a chance to play it. I recommend pretty much anything Kevin Crawford does, honestly. If you'd like to read my review of it, the first part is here and the second part is here.
And of course I've gone on and on about King of Sartar, now available in a dandy new edition.