RCIA is the rite of christian initiation for adults.
People can suggest a ton of books for you to read, which may bog you down. If you have access to EWTN cable network, on Mondays, 8 p.m. Eastern, there is a program about people who have converted to the Catholic faith. It may help you to listen to some of these personal histories. it’s called The Journey Home. Past programs are archived at chnetwork.org. These programs may give you special help from people who have a similar background to your own religious and spiritual background.
EWTN (Eternal Word Television Network) also has a radio network, which is still called EWTN. At 2 p.m. eastern time, usually a repeat at 11 p.m. eastern time, is a radio program titled Called to Communion. It is program to answer questions for those considered conversion to the Catholic faith.
on the ewtn.com website, you can look around for the broadcast schedule for a lot of Catholic radio programs where you live.
Also, on that website, you can select radio then archive to pull up a list of recent programs, which you can listen to and/or download for listening at a convenient time.
at avemariaradio.net, you can select “listen live” to stream a program that is currently being broadcast. At that page you can select “archive” to go to a listing of programs that might also interest you, some of which are more spiritual and meditative in nature. You can also download those programs for listening when it is convenient.
also, http://calvin2catholic.com/ is a website with information from Dr. David Anders who hosts the Called to Communion radio program, and may have some articles of interest relating to conversion.