During different seasons of the year I try to do different types of books.
Spring and early Summer: Fantasy
Mid to late Summer: Business and Science Non-Fiction
Winter: Sci Fi
I change it up each year but it's just a weird little thing I like to do to make look forward to "the next season".
I too have seasonal reading genres. That's really weird.
Although for me, summer is sci fi, and fantasy happens more in the winter. That's because of flashbacks to reading Dune on summer vacation out on the freshly cut lawn as a kid, and because so many Fantasy novels have strong winter themes or episodes. Fantasy is always so much "colder". It's easier to get into talked of drinking "spiced wine" to ward off the cold, when it actually is cold, and you're thinking, "man, I could really go for some hot spiced wine."
Non fiction is whenever.
It's too bad you're not in your fantasy season. I could give you a lot of good fantasy recs. I don't think much of the Sci Fi I read would be up your alley, though.