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My 2011 Wish List

Wish List:

1. I am Not a Serial Killer - Dan Wells
2. Real Mermaids Don’t Wear Toe Rings - Helene Boudreau
3. Unearthly - Cynthia Hand
4. The Looking Glass Wars - Frank Beddor (The Looking Glass Wars Trilogy, Book 1)
5. Love in a Headscarf - Shelina Zahra Janmohamed
6. Yes Annabelle: There are such things as Vampires - E.J. Stevens (Raven's Gate Manor, #1)
7. The Kult - Shaun Jeffrey
8. Eon - Alison Goodman
9. Garden Spells - Sarah Allen Addison
10. The Water Wars - Cameron Stracher
11. Darkness Becomes Her - Kelly Keaton (WON from Simon Pulse Canada) Review is posted HERE
12. Vampire Empire - Clay Griffith & Susan Griffith (Vampire Empire, Book 1)
13. Wither - Lauren DeStefano
14. Fall For Anything - Courtney Summers
15. The Winter Vault – Anne Michaels
16. Lunarmorte (Moon Spell) - Samantha Young (Acquired)
17. How To Ditch Your Fairy - Justine Larbalastier
18. Masters & Slayers - Bryan Davis
19. The Birth House – Ami McKay
20. Warrior - Bryan Davis (Book 2 in series)
21. The Hunt of the Unicorn - C.C. Humphreys
22. Die For Me - Amy Plum
23. The Shape Of Mercy - Susan Meissner
24. This Girl is Different - JJ Johnson
25. Bones of Faerie - Janni Lee Simner (Book 1)
26. Faerie Winter - Janni Lee Simner (Book 2)
27. Human.4 - Mike A. Lancaster
28. Oh My Goth - Gena Showalter
29. Fairy Tale - Cyn Balog
30. The Liberation of Alice Love - Abby McDonald
31. Betrayal - May Andree Michel
32. The Goddess Test - Aimee Carter (Book 1)
33. Fairest of All - Serena Valentino
34. Wake Unto Me - Lisa Cach
35. The Time-Traveling Fashionista - Bianca Turetsky (Book 1)
36. The Eternal City - Domenica de Rosa
37. Dreamwalk - Sarah MacManus
38. Heaven Sent - Xavier Leret
39. The Lucky Kind - Alyssa Sheinmel
40. The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in A Ship of Her Own Making - Catherynne M. Valente (Gift from a friend, Judy, thank you. Review HERE)
41. The Magic of Finkleton - KC Hilton
42. Summer and the City - Candace Bushnell
43. Ruby Red - Kerstin Gier
44. I'll Never Get Out of This World Alive - Steve Earle
45. The Map of Time - Felix J. Palma (Got for review, posted HERE)
46. All Different Kinds of Free - Jessica McCann
47. Bad Taste In Boys - Carrie Harris
48. Bag of Bones - Stephen King (Saw film, very creepy and awesome)
49. The Last Little Blue Envelope - Maureen Johnson
50. Hunted by the Others - Jess Haines (Book 1) (Got for Kindle)
51. Pandemonium - Lauren Oliver (WON) (Review HERE
52. Liesl & Po - Lauren Oliver (Read free online. Review HERE)
53. The Search - Suzanne Woods Fisher (Book 3)
54. Vampire Crush - A.M. Robinson
55. Don't Breathe A Word - Holly Cupala
56. Witch Eyes - Scott Tracey (On my Kindle.)
57. Sweet Venom - Tera Lynn Childs (Book 1)
58. ROCKTOBER: Occupants - Henry Rollins
59. Trapped - Jack Kilborn
60. Everybody Sees the Ants - A.S. King
61. Hana - Lauren Oliver
62. Passion - Lauren Kate (Book 3)


  1. #2 and #3 are on my wish list too!

  2. Interesting list, #3 and #6 really stir my curiousity.

  3. Thanks for stopping by the Wormhole - sorry it is loading slowly. I am trying a new look - I will keep trying.

  4. I would also like to have Unearthly by Cynthia Hands *sigh* ...that would be nice :)

  5. Hello! I like this idea (My Reading Wish List) I'd like to borrow it...would you mind?

  6. Lots of great books on your wish list! I've had How to Ditch Your Fairy on mine for a while!

  7. I really enjoyed Unearthly and I have my eyes on several of the others.
    Brandi from Blkosiner’s Book Blog

  8. You have some great books on your wishlist. Makes me think, is it time I got mine written down?

  9. Hey I'm going to post a giveaway of Wither come April 2011. It's part of my blog b day fest. I'll let you know when it's up.

    PS I'm actually going to give away my slightly used Wither ARC :)

  10. Alot of those are on my wish list too, but some I hadn't heard of yet, so I will be definitely checking those out

  11. We have the same taste in books. I'm looking to reading your reviews.

  12. Oooh - some of these look really good. I'm stopping by from the A to Z challenge and I look forward to reading more from you.

  13. I see two or three titles that really intrigue me, I'm going to have to look for more info on those.

  14. I've asked before if I could "copy" the "Reading List" button/pic by leaving comments here on your blog and by sending you a DM on twitter; however, you have never replied.

    Please tweet me & let me know! :)

  15. That is quite a list. I'm not familiar with most of the books that you have listed, but hope u enjoy them.

  16. I love to read your wishlist, I always see a few I want to add to my list.

  17. I'm so behind on my reading, I can't even come up with a wish list! Happy Saturday!

  18. I still have like 4 books I have to read before I can even think of making a list. Guess I'm not the only one obsessed with reading!

  19. Hi Freda,
    That's a long list of books. Just by the title some of them sound interesting. Thanks for stopping by my place. Have a great day!

    Just Books

  20. I really enjoyed The Liberation of Alice Love. It's a fun, sweet and interesting read. I liked Alice, she made me laugh throughout the book. The supporting characters were well written and the story was taking twists and turns that had me wondering what would happen next.
    The identity theft aspect of the story was right on point. When Alice questions the bank manager, she asks in great detail how someone could have wiped her accounts clean. She asked him questions like how could the culprit have known the answers to her personal questions, such as what is the name of her first pet and how the transfer could have gotten through so quickly when in reality a basic check deposit takes days to clear. Being in banking myself, I know the ins and outs of this type of thing and I can appreciate that the author did her research here, in order to make the fraud aspect of the story believable.


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