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1) Charles Yu, How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe
2) Ben MacAllan, Desdaemona
3) Alex Bledsoe, The Sword-Edged Blonde
4) Catherynne M. Valente, Deathless
5) Kameron Hurley, God's War
6) Jodi Meadows, Incarnate (in draft)
7) Jay Williams and Raymond Abrashkin, Danny Dunn, Scientific Detective
8) Jay Williams and Raymond Abrashkin, Danny Dunn and the Fossil Cave
9) Jay Williams and Raymond Abrashkin, Danny Dunn and the Automatic House
10) Jay Williams and Raymond Abrashkin, Danny Dunn and the Swamp Monster
11) Jay Williams and Raymond Abrashkin, Danny Dunn on a Desert Island
12) Jay Williams and Raymond Abrashkin, Danny Dunn on the Ocean Floor
13) Jay Williams and Raymond Abrashkin, Danny Dunn and the Weather Machine
14) Jay Williams and Raymond Abrashkin, Danny Dunn and the Universal Glue
15) Chimamanda Ngozi Adichi, The Thing Around Your Neck
16.) Peter Selby and Steve Slavin, Practical Algebra: a Self-Teaching Guide
17.) Tamora Pierce, Bloodhound
18.) Nnedi Okorafor, Akata Witch
19.) Geoff Ryman, Lust
20.) Patti Smith, Just Kids
21.) Sarah Monette and Elizabeth Bear, The Tempering of Men (page proofs: the only time I'll probably every just sit down and read the dratted thing.)
22.) Jay Williams and Raymond Abrashkin, Danny Dunn and the Smallifying Machine
23.) Jay Williams and Raymond Abrashkin, Danny Dunn and the Antigravity Paint
24.) Jay Williams and Raymond Abrashkin, Danny Dunn and the Homework Machine
25.) Jay Williams and Raymond Abrashkin, Danny Dunn, Time Traveler
26.) John Long, How to Rock Climb
27.) Tony DeTerlizzi and Holly Black, The Spiderwick Chronicles, Book I: The Field Guide
28.) Tony DeTerlizzi and Holly Black, The Spiderwick Chronicles, Book II: The Seeing Stone
29.) Tony DeTerlizzi and Holly Black, The Spiderwick Chronicles, Book III: Lucinda's Secret
30.) Tony DeTerlizzi and Holly Black, The Spiderwick Chronicles, Book IV: The Ironwood Tree
31.) Tony DeTerlizzi and Holly Black, The Spiderwick Chronicles, Book V: The Wrath of Mulgarath
32.) Bernice L. McFadden, Glorious
33.) Jay Williams and Raymond Abrashkin, Danny Dunn, Invisible Boy
34.) Jay Williams and Raymond Abrashkin, Danny Dunn and the Voice from Space
35.) Jay Williams and Raymond Abrashkin, Danny Dunn and the Heat Ray
36.) Eric Jaffee, The King's Best Highway
37.) Olivia Judson, Dr. Tatiana's Sex Advice to All Creation
38.) Val McDermid, The Mermaids Singing
39.) Mira Grant, Feed
40.) Amanda Downum, Kingdoms of Dust (in draft)
41.) Megan Lindholm, Harpy's Flight
42.) Saladin Ahmed, Throne of the Crescent Moon (ARC)
43.) Caitlin Kiernan, The Drowning Girl (ARC)
44.) Val McDermid, Wire in the Blood
45.) Val McDermid, The Last Temptation
46.) Daniel Silva, The Messenger
47.) Rudy Rucker, Jim and the Flims (ARC)
48.) Genevieve Valentine, Mechanique (ARC)
49.) MD Lachlan, Wolfsangel (ARC)
50.) Val McDermid, The Torment of Others
51.) Elizabeth Bear, Range of Ghosts
52.) Daniel Silva, The Secret Servant
53.) Steven Brust and Emma Bull, Freedom & Necessity
54.) Chimamanda Ngozi Adichi, Half a Yellow Sun
55.) Daniel Silva, Moscow Rules
56.) Val McDermid, Beneath the Bleeding
57.) Marq de Villiers and Sheila Hirtie, Sahara
58.) Mary Gentle, Ilario: The Stone Golem
59.) Ellen Klages, White Sand, Red Menace
60.) Garth Nix, Mister Monday
61.) Hannu Rajaniemi, The Quantum Thief
62.) Larry Marder, Beanworld: Remember Here When You Are There
63.) Carrie Vaughn, Kitty's Big Trouble
64.) Jonathan Wood, No Hero
65.) Cherie Priest, Hellbent
66.) Jim C. Hines, The Snow Queen's Shadow
67.) Charles Stross, Rule 34
68.) Lavie Tidhar, Osama
69.) Val McDermid, A Distant Echo
70.) Poul Anderson, The Broken Sword
71.) Ben Aaronovitch, Midnight Riot
72.) Robert E. Howard, Conan the Barbarian
73.) Mary Robinette Kowal, Shades of Milk and Honey
74) Dena Stoll, Valkyrie (Manuscript)
75.) Warren Ellis & Ben Templesmith, FELL
76.) Donovan Webster, The Burma Road: The Epic Story of the China-Burma-India Theatre in World War II
77.) Warren Ellis, et al: Global Frequency: Planet Ablaze
78.) Warren Ellis, et al: Global Frequency: Detonation Radio
79.) Kelly Meding, Another Kind of Dead
80.) Sara Douglass, The Devil's Diadem
81.) Kylie Chan, White Tiger
82.) Richard K. Morgan, The Cold Commands
83.) Kari Sperring, Living With Ghosts
84.) Gene Wolfe, Home Fires
85.) Poppy Z. Brite, Liquor
86.) Roger Zelazny, Jack of Shadows
87.) H. Beam Piper, Little Fuzzy
88.) John Scalzi, Fuzzy Nation
89.) Germaine Greer, Shakespeare's Wife
90.) Shirley Jackson, The Haunting of Hill House
91.) Jack Vance, The Jack Vance Treasury (Terry Dowling & Jonathan STrahan, eds.)
92.) Roger Zelazny, A Night in the Lonesome October
93.) L.A. Banks, Surrender the Dark
94.) Cherie Priest, Ganymede
95.) L.A. Banks, Conquer the Dark
96.) Richard Morgan, The Steel Remains
97.) Kady Cross, The Girl in the Steel Corset
98.) Per Petterson, Out Stealing Horses
99.) Stina Leicht, Of Blood And Honey
100.) Hanne Blank, Virgin: The Untouched History
101.) Rae Carson, The Girl of Fire and Thorns
102.) L. Sprague de Camp, The Unbeheaded King
103.) Paula Mitchell Marks, And Die in the West
104.) Catherynne Valente, Palimpsest
105.) Delia Sherman, The Freedom Maze
106.) Hiromi Goto, The Kappa Child
107.) Chester Himes, The Real Cool Killers
108.) Seanan McGuire, Discount Apocalypse
109.) Peter S, Beagle, The Last Unicorn
110.) Lara Bergen, Sophie the Awesome
111.) Cleo Coyle, On What Grounds
112.) Barbara Hamilton, Sup With The Devil
113.) Toni L.P. Kellner, Curse of the Kissing Cousins
114.) Sue Grafton, N is for Noose

Comments

Danny Dunn! I *lovelovelove* Danny Dunn!
me too!
So, is this a "to read" list, or a "have read" list?
Well, I'm not planning on reading another 105 books in 2011.
Did not see the tags.
*g*
I love the Little Fuzzy series! They swear so well!
Is that chronological? 'Cause if so, does that mean you got to read BLOODHOUND way before the rest of us mere mortals?
I don't think so, because MASTIFF is already out...
D'oh! Somehow I was thinking MASTIFF when I read the title BLOODHOUND, so I was thinking that Pierce might have sent MASTIFF to you to read in manuscript.
I should be so lucky. *g*
I've got to know -- how the hell do you manage to read so many books while doing all that writing? I'm writing on my dissertation, but I need to find a balance -- especially so that I get a significant amount written while keeping my sanity by reading.
I read fairly quickly (not as fast as I used to--critical editor brain kicks in now and I have to read every word, where I used to be one of those people who could suss a paragraph at a glance) but generally--I don't watch TV. Or play many computer games. And I take books on airplanes and to bed with me.
I don't watch much TV, so that's good. If I took a book to bed with me, I'd never get any sleep. :-)

Even reading fast, you've read a shit-ton of books this year. You're awesome.
aw, shucks. *g*