Wednesday, December 16, 2009

A Big Post, My Wish List

I'm posting my wishlist to share with you all. I'm hoping for feedback on books I want to buy and even if possible some generosity. If you happen to have one of these books and feel like sending it along...feel free to email me :D If you've ever posted your wish list, please leave me a link to where so I can look through and see if I have anything for you!

  1. Riki Tiki Tavi Rudyard Kipling
  2. Mother California Kenneth E. Hartman
  3. Season of the Witch Natasha Mostert
  4. Radiant Shadows Melissa Marr
  5. All The People In The Bible Richard R. Losch
  6. The Answer is Always Yes Monica Ferrell
  7. Await Your Reply Dan Chaon
  8. Benny & Shrimp Katarina Mazetti
  9. Big Machine Victor LaValle
  10. Billy F. Gibbons: Rock & Roll Gearhead Billy F. Gibbons
  11. The Black Death John Hatcher
  12. The Blue Girl Charles De Lint
  13. The Book Lovers Cookbook Shaunda Kennedy, Janet Jensen
  14. The Book of A Thousand Days Shannon Hale
  15. Chasing Windmills Catherine Ryan Hyde
  16. Cheech & Chong: The Unauthorized Biography Tommy Chong
  17. The Complete Death Neil Gaiman
  18. A Concise Chinese-English Dictionary for Lovers Xiaolu Guo
  19. The Crying Tree Naseem Rakha
  20. Deaf Sentence David Lodge
  21. Death with Interruptions Jose Saramago
  22. Dewey Vicki Myron
  23. The Enchantress of Florence Salman Rushdie
  24. The Enemy Within John Demos
  25. The Eye of a King Catherine Banner
  26. Faery Rebels: Spell Hunter R.J. Anderson
  27. Fantasy Lover Sherrilyn Kenyon
  28. The First Family Mike Dash
  29. Foreign Correspondence Geraldine Brooks
  30. The Fox Prince Cornelia Amiri
  31. A Fraction of the Whole Steve Toltz
  32. Going Down South Bonnie Glover
  33. Graceling Kristin Cashore
  34. The Great Medieval Heretics Michael Frassetto
  35. Haroun and the Sea of Stories Salman Rushdie
  36. The House of Allerbrook Valerie Anand
  37. Huge: A Novel James Fuerst
  38. The House of Stag Kage Baker
  39. In This Way I Was Saved Brian DeLeeuw
  40. Inherent Vice Thomas Pynchon
  41. The Lambs of London Peter Ackroyd
  42. The Last Queen C.W. Gortner
  43. Life is Ridiculous Valerie Fausone
  44. Like Glass Matthew Cory
  45. The Love We All Wait For Lee Doyle
  46. The Madness of Mary Lincoln Jason Emerson
  47. The Magicians Lev Grossman
  48. Manson In His Own Words Charles Manson
  49. Mary Janis Cooke Newman
  50. Masques Patricia Biggs
  51. The Mayor’s Tongue Nathaniel Rich
  52. A Mercy Toni Morrison
  53. Mine All Mine Adam Davies
  54. The Minister’s Daughter Julie Hearn, Michael Frost
  55. Missy: A Novel Chris Hannan
  56. A Model Summer Paulina Porizkova
  57. My Horizontal Life Chelsea Handler
  58. Myself, My Enemy Jean Plaidy
  59. On Raven’s Wing Morgan Llywelyn
  60. Pope Joan Donna Cross
  61. The Princess Mage Maggie L. Wood
  62. Private Places Allyson James, Claudia Dain, Robin Schone, Shiloh Walker
  63. The Queen’s Sorrow Suzannah Dunn
  64. Revelation Blind Willie Johnson D., N. Blakely
  65. Romanovs: Ruling Russia Lindsey Hughes
  66. Sacred Hearts Sarah Dunant
  67. Scratch Beginnings Adam Shepard
  68. Searching For Schindler Thomas Keneally
  69. Secret Life of Syrian Lingerie Malu Halasa, Rana Salam
  70. The Secret Lion C.W. Gortner
  71. Sharp Teeth Toby Barlow
  72. The Shining Company Rosemary Sutcliff
  73. The Smart Girls Guide To Porn Violet Blue
  74. The Smartest Man in Ireland Mollie Hunter
  75. Steelflower Lilith Saintcrow
  76. Sunshine Robin McKinley
  77. Tender Morsels Margo Lanagan
  78. This is Where I leave You Jonathan Tropper
  79. The Vixen Princess Cornelia Amiri
  80. Wake Lisa McMann
  81. The Whale Road Robert Low
  82. Whatever You Do, Don’t Run Peter Allison
  83. Who Murdered Chaucer? Terry Jones, Terry Dolan, Juliette Dor, Alan Fletcher, Robert Yeager
  84. The Wild Things Dave Eggers
  85. The Zen of Zombie Scott Kenemore


  1. Wow that's a lot of books. Oops my book slut status might be revoked at this rate but I do know Patricia Briggs although I haven't read that book yet.

  2. LOL. That's just my wish list...not my TBR. The books I actually own...three times that list.

  3. I don't have an actual list for either but I am trying to finally finish reading the Anita Blake series. I'm up to my eyeballs in series for some reason.

  4. Of the ones that I've read, you can't go wrong with Faery Rebels: Spell Hunter, Graceling, Sunshine (LOVE this book!). I'd be cautious about The Magicians; I thought it was overhyped, and it wasn't my style of book, but you might like it, I don't know.

  5. One thing that can be said by you, is that you have a wide range of reading tastes. if you find The Smartest man in Ireland let me know! I think I now have almost every Rushdie on my shelf or have read them. I think you will really enjoy Haroun and the Sea of Stories. I got it from the library or I would send it to you.
    Good luck with your list, sounds like you will not be short of reading material for a long time to come.

  6. That's just my wish list...not my TBR. The books I actually own...three times that list.

    Work from home India

  7. Great list, I see several there on my tbr as well. The Magicians and Sharp Teeth are two I've been wanting to read for awhile. You already know Sunshine is my all time favorite vampire book, have loved everything by McKinley that I've read. Wake was also good, I've got the second book on my wishlist at PBS. Will be interested to hear what you think about Toni Morrison!


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