Books I Read in 2013

Word Cloud of Books Read in 2013

Ash Winter by Mike Mullin
Ashfall by Mike Mullin
This or That Survival Debate: A Rip-Roaring Game of Either/Or Questions by Erik Heinrich
After the Fires Went Out: Coyote by Regan Wolfrom
Birthmarked by Caragh O’Brien
Things My Girlfriend And I Have Argued About by Mil Millington
Mob Rule by Hannah Evans
Desperation Stephen King
The Innkeeper of Bethlehem: The Story of Santa Claus by Scott Roloff
Children of the Night by Dan Simmons
Blood Work by Michael Connolly
The Lover of the Grave by Andrew Taylor (159 pages)
Pirate Treasure by Tytus Huffman
Life Expectancy by Dean Koontz
Strangers by Dean Koontz
Fallen by David Maine
Beyond the Barrier by Damon Knight
The Hymn & Night Plague Omnibus by Graham Masterton
Tappity-Tap! What Was That? by Claire Freedman & Russell Julian
Chameleon was a Spy by Diane Redfield Massie
Magic Growing Powder by Janet Quin-Harkin
Blood Will Have Blood by Linda Barnes
The Sentinel by Jeffrey Konvitz
Cruelty Games by Wendy Robertson
Mindbend by Robin Cook
We Know by Gregg Hurwitz
Never Say Boo to a Ghost and other Haunting Rhymes by John Foster & Korky Paul
From Far Away Volume 1 by Kyoko Hikawa
From Far Away Volume 2 by Kyoko Hikawa
We’ll Eat Again by Marguerite Patten
Full Dark, No Stars by Stephen King
Family of Angels by Mike Ripley
The Pied Piper of Hamelin by Robert Browning
The Reunion by Simone Van der Vlugt (43 pages)
Fan Mail by P D Martin
Under the Dome by Stephen King
Mortality by Kellie Sheridan
Medusa by Clive Cussler (312 pages)
Courts and Criminals by Arthur Cheney Train (53 pages)
Inside Woody Allen Selections from the Comic Strip
The Slough of Despond (The Reality War Book 1) by Tim C. Taylor
A Scanner Darkly by Philip K. Dick
The Revolution Will be Digitised: Dispatches from the Information War by Heather Brooke (50 pages)
The Complete Tightwad Gazette by Amy Dacyczyn
Eclipse by Richard North Patterson (63 pages)
Crime and Punishment by Fyador Dostoevsky
The Third Man by Graham Greene
Dracula by Bram Stoker
Incandescence by Greg Egan
The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde
Don’t Kiss Them Good-Bye by Allison DuBois
One for the Money by Janet Evanovich
Twilight and Philosophy: Vampires, Vegetarians, and the pursuit of immortality
by Rebecca Housel and J. Jeremy Wisnewski
Monoculture: How One Story is Changing Everything by F.S. Michaels (63 pages)
Blogging for Fame and Fortune by Jason R. Rich
The Silent Girl by Tess Gerritsen
Death Along the Spirit Road by C. M. Wendelboe
How Many Socks Make a Pair? by Rob Eastaway
Vampires: A Bite-Sized History by Judyth A. McLeod
The Dying Game by Beverly Barton
The Ritual by Adam Nevill
Fear the Worst by Linwood Barclay
Tweeting the Universe: Tiny Explanations of Very Big Ideas by Marcus Clown & Govert Schilling

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8 replies

  1. A very interesting reading list. I want to try the BLOGGING FOR FAME AND FORTUNE. 🙂

    Jhobell Kristyl


  2. Great! I’ll start hunting for this book in our local library. If not, well, I’ll be forced to buy it. -__-
    Anyway, thanks for letting me know. Take care!


  3. I read the TIghtwad Gazette years and years ago. Some of the tips were helpful, but a lot of it I felt was super time consuming and not realistic. Glad it worked for her, but who has time these days to hand wash baggies and research 24 grocery stores before finding which one has the best deal?



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