An out of practice reader discussing the books I get around to reading.
Sad news: Been using Imgur since Photobucket's become a pain in the ass and Imgur doesn't have mustache stickers. Think it's gonna be aviators this year, but it won't be the same.
1. A Grimm Tale: Vassa in the Night by Sarah Porter. - I say I'll read this one every year and every year I don't. Will this be the year?!
2. Genre: Horror: Over Your Dead Body by Dan Wells. - It's been on the list a while, now is the time.
3: Darkest London:
4: Classic Horror: Turn of the Screw by Henry James - It looks like a short read which lord knows I need.
5: New Release: The Cabin at the End of the World by Paul G. Tremblay - I've been intrigued about this one since first hearing about it.
7: Supernatural: The Hunger by Alma Katsu - I haven't finished it yet so might get my ass into gear and get it done for this square.
8: Terrifying Women: Something by Shirley Jackson. Haven't decided what yet, but I've been wanting to read her stuff for a while.
9: Romantic Suspense:
10: Doomsday: Coldbrook by Tim Lebbon. - Another one I've started but need a push like bingo to actually finish.
11: Ghost Stories: Something by Adam Nevill. He has quite a few books that appear to be ghost stories so he seems like a good pick.
12: Diverse Voices:
13: Free Space:
14: Country House Mystery: An Agatha Christie novel, most likely.
15: Creepy Carnivals:
16: Fear the Drowning Deep:
17: Amateur Sleuth:
18: Terror in a Small Town: Little Heaven by Nick Cutter
19: Modern Masters of Horror: Something by Joe Hill. Again, not sure what. We'll see what the library has.
20: Slasher Stories: Would a true crime novel count? Hmmm....
22: Murder Most Foul:
23: Cozy Mystery:
24: Genre: Suspense:
I ran out of steam. I'll come up with the rest later. Though, as usual, suggestions are welcome. :D