Jake Epping, huh? Ha! I just finished 11/22/63 also. Best read/listen I've had in quite a while!!!! I have enjoyed a number of Dean Koontz books such as Tick Tock, Intensity, Odd Thomas Series to name a few. Some other good King books are Duma Key, Lisey's Story and of course The Stand. For light hearted reading Jan Karon's Mitford books are great.
For space opera sci-fi with a plethora of believable characters, multiple sub plots, realistic science, living breathing worlds and even a touch of horror then give Peter F Hamilton a try. Especially his Night's Dawn trilogy series.
Andy McDermott and Matthew Rielly for mindless non stop action thrillers.
Clive Barker, James Herbert, Graham Marsterton for horror.
Dean Koontz Odd Thomas series.
Ann McCafferty Dragon series, The Ship Who Sang (there are a couple of 'brain-brawn" books)
Andre Norton Witch World series
Edgar Rice Buroughs John Carter series (The Mars Princess)
I will think of more later and post