Here we are, just over two weeks until the end of the year.Â Right now, I’m getting ready to talk about my top ten books of the year.Â If you don’t see the list by the end of the week, you’ll see it on Monday.
Sadly, there are only so many hours in a given year.Â Between writing four drafts of two novels, half a dozen short stories, a novella, and working on the World Horror Convention, I didn’t get nearly as much reading done as I wanted.Â For the first time, I thinkÂ I might have even read ten books that came out this year, but there were some books in my to be read pile that I just didn’t get around to cracking their spines.
With that in mind, here are some of the books I’ll be reading as soon as I possibly can…
Sarah Court by Craig Davidson
People Still Live in Cashtown Corners by Tony Burgess
The Passage by Justin Cronin
Drood and Black Hills by Dan Simmons
Slammer by Allan Guthrie
Midnight Picnic by Nick Antosca
Yellow Medicine by Anthony Neil Smith
Yeah, that should keep me busy through march or so.