At least for now...I'm SURE that this will be added to. I have SO many preorders that are all coming out like RIGHT NOW. The UPS man is going to hate me. And I'm sure many of these will fit into the RIP category. Plus I'm sure that many of your reviews will make it impossible for me not to go out and buy the book right this second. As of now, I have a stack of 23 books :/ Here they are!
Wings to the Kingdom by Cherie Priest - I'm LONG over due to read this second book, the follow up to Cherie Priest's amazing Four and Twenty Blackbirds!
The October Country by Ray Bradbury - I'm dying to read some Ray Bradbury lately and this one sounds just perfect for RIP.
Bedbugs by Ben Winters - Have had this one on the reading pile for awhile now!
Voice of Our Shadow by Jonathan Carroll - This is the one I think I'm most excited about! I've been DYING to read this one ever since Ana reviewed it ages ago and now that I've fallen in love with Carroll I'm even more excited.
The Wild Wood by Charles de Lint - Not sure if this fits RIP or not, but I needed some De Lint! Has anyone read this one? Will it work?
Come Closer by Sara Gran - Another one that's Ana's fault that I've been dying to read!
Bitten by Pamela Nagami - This will be a nonfic read for the challenge all about creepy bite stories!
The Beekeepers Apprentice by Laurie King - It would be nice to FINALLY start this series! I've been dying to read it!
The Red Tree by Caitlin R. Kiernan - I've heard so much good stuff about this one...will be nice to read it finally!
The Lantern by Deborah Lawson - I bought this one to read last RIP and never got around to it! Maybe this year...
Tales of Terror from the Black Ship and Tales of Terror from the Tunnel's Mouth by Chris Priestley - LOVE his Tales of Terror series, so these should be a LOT of fun to read. They're just perfect stories with perfect atmosphere for this challenge. Would be a lot of fun to read aloud with families!
Servant of the Bones by Anne Rice - Just because I've never read this one and I wanted to read some older Anne Rice
The Axe Man of New Orleans by Rick Geary - This is an awesome looking graphic novel that my dear friend Debi sent me that I'm excited to dig into :D
Sister by Rosamund Lupton - Well after Deslily reviewed this one I HAD to get my hands on it :p And it sounds perfect for RIP!
Thy Neighbor by Norah Vincent - Perfect opportunity to finally read my ARC of this one! I'm reading one of her nonfic books right now, Voluntary Madness and it's fantastic. Looking forward to this one!
The Uninvited by Tim Wynne-Jones - This is another that's been on the TBR pile for WAY too long.
Hushed by Kelley York - Another that's been sitting on the pile too long! A murder mystery with lgbt themes! Yay!
The Alchemy of Stone AND The House of Discarded Dreams by Ekaterina Sedia - Been dying to read more Sedia ever since reading The Secret History of Moscow years ago. Put two of her novels on my list this year in the hopes that I read at least one!
The Face of Death by Cody McFadyen - God how I loved Shadow Man. Matt's reading it now and it's bringing back how powerful of a book that was. Can't wait to read the second in the series.
That's enough, huh? I seriously doubt I'll even read HALF of these, but it's gotta be better than I did for Once Upon a Time where I read exactly ZERO books this year :( I've already read one book for the challenge, so at least I've done better than that :p I think I'm going to use random.org to pick my reads this year so that it'll be a surprise :) What are YOU reading this year? Anything that I'm reading?