ArtSeblis

pushing 60 reads a year; i'll try not to cheat

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2010: Pushing 75

January
1. The Magicians and Mrs Quent – Galen Beckett

2. Underpass - Gerry Alanguilan, David Hontiveros, Budjette Tan, Oliver Pulumbarit, Ian Sta. Maria, KaJo Baldisimo
3. The Ninth Stone – Kylie FitzpatrickFebruary
4. The Smoke Thief – Shana Abe
5. The Truelove Bride by Shana Abe
6. Intimate Enemies by Shana Abe
7. The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

2009: Pushing 60

January
1. The Book of the Dead – Douglas Preston / Lincoln Child
2. The Wheel of Darkness – Douglas Preston / Lincoln Child
3. Grave Sight – Charlaine Harris
4. Grave Surprise – Charlaine Harris
5. An Ice-Cold Grave – Charlaine Harris

February
6.Twilight - Stephenie Meyer
7. Dark Prince – Christine Feehan
8. Never Confuse a Memo with Reality – Richard A Moran
9. Love Story – Erich Segal
10. New Moon – Stephenie Meyer
11. The Ghost and the Femme Fatale - Alice Kimberly
12. Journal: The Short Life and Mysterious Death of Amy Zoe Mason – Joyce Atkinson, Kristine Atkinson

March
13. An Artist of the Floating World – Kazuo Ishiguro
14. Ghosts in the Snow - Tamara Siler Jones

April
15. Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers – Jane Jensen
16. Akibakada - Lyndon Gregorio
17. Para kay B – Ricky Lee

May
18. A Great and Terrible Beauty – Libba Bray
19. Code Name: High Pockets – Edna Bautista Binkowski

June
20. Defending Angels – Mary Stanton
21. Jim Henson’s Return to Labyrinth – Jake T Forbes, Chris Lie, Kouyu Shurei
22. Labyrinth II The Lands Beyond – Judith Agrathea
23. Sins & Shadows – Lyn Benedict
24. Wraith - Phaedra Weldon
25. Solstice Wood – Patricia A. Mckillip
25. Met by Moonlight – Rosemary Edgehill
27. Darkfever - Karen Moning (reread)
28. Bloodfever - Karen Marie Moning
29. Jim Henson’s Return to Labyrinth vol2 – Jake T Forbes, Chris Lie, Kouyu Shurei
30. Jim Henson’s Return to Labyrinth vol3 – Jake T Forbes, Chris Lie, Kouyu Shurei

July
31. General Winston’s Daughter – Sharon Shinn
32. Mystic and Rider – Sharon Shinn
33. Magic Bites – Ilona Andrews (reread)
34. Magic Burns – Ilona Andrews (reread)
35. Magic Strikes – Ilona Andrews
36. A Flash of Hex – Jess Battis
37. Vicious Circle – Linda Robertson
38. Dead Until Dark – Charlaine Harris
39. Creepers - David Morrell

August
40. Greywalker - Kat Richardson
41. Poltergeist - Kat Richardson
42. Skinny Bitch – Rory Freedman and Kim Barnouin

September
43. Underground - Kat Richardson
44. The Hunger Games – Suzanne Collins
45. Unclean Spirits – MLN Hanover
46. Must Love Hellhounds – Charlaine Harris, Nalini Singh, Ilona Andrews, and Meljean Brook
47. Perfume - Patrick Suskind
48. And Then He Kissed Her – Laura Lee Ghurke
49. The Scent of Shadows: The First Sign of the Zodiac - Vicki Pettersson
50. Trese: Murder on Balete Drive – Budjette Tan and KaJo Kajo Baldisimo
51. Trese: Unreported Murders – Budjette Tan and KaJo Kajo Baldisimo

October
52. Highlander’s Touch – Karen Marie Moning
53. Tapestry - Lynn Kurland, Karen Marie Moning, Madeline Hunter, Sherrilyn Kenyon
54. Callwork - Hazel Manzano
55.  Touched by Light – Catherine Spangler
56. 284 Common Mistakes in English made by Pinoys – Elizabeth P Ong

November
57. Like a Charm – Candace Havens
58. B2B: How to Build a Profitable E Commerce Strategy - Michael J. Cunningham
59. House of Dark Delights – Louisa Burton
60. Bound in Moonlight – Louisa Burton

December
61. Pride and Prejudice – Jane Austen
62. Prospero’s Children – Jan Siegel
63. Trese Mass Murders – Budjette Tan and KaJo Baldisimo
64. Sign of the Four – Arthur Conan Doyle
65. Glass Books of the Dream Stealers – Gordon Dahlquist

before 2009

  1. Ang Kagila-Gilalas na Pakikipagsapalaran ni Zsazsa Zaturnnah – Carlos Vergara
  2. The Gunslinger – Stephen King
  3. Dance of Death – Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child
  4. Reliquary - Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child
  5. The Ghost and the Dead Deb – Alice Kimberly
  6. The Tunnels - Michelle Gagnon
  7. The Ruins – Scott Smith
  8. Servant: The Awakening – LL Foster
  9. Breath of Magic – Tereisa Madeiros
  10. Lord of the Fading Lands – CL Wilson
  11. Shadows of Myth – Rachel Lee
  12. Quirky Alone: a Manifesto for Uncompromising Romantics – Sasha Cagen
  13. Brave New World – Aldous Huxley
  14. Faery Magic – Mary Jo Putney, Jo Beverly, Barbara Samuel, and Karen Harbaugh
  15. Gateways: a Repairman Jack Novel by F Paul Wilson
  16. legacies by f paul wilson
  17. The Story of O  Pauline Réage
  18. War for the Oaks – Emma Bull
  19. The Tomb – F Paul Wilson
  20. The Shadow of the Torturer, book one of the New Sun by Gene Wolf
  21. Weaveworld – Clive Barker
  22. Imagica – Clive Barker
  23. The Eyes of Light and Darkness – Ivan Cat
  24. The Historian – Elizabeth Kostova
  25. Cabinet of Curiosities – Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child
  26. Relic by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child
  27. The Villa of Mysteries – David Hewson
  28. Doctored Evidence – Donna Leon
  29. River of Darkness – Rennie Airth
  30. The Ape who Guards the Balance (Amelia Peabody Mysteries) by Elizabeth Peters
  31. The Golden Compass – Philip Pullman
  32. Ghost Walk – Heather Graham
  33. The Serpent – Jane Gaskell
  34. The Missing – Chris Mooney
  35. Chill of Fear – kay Hooper
  36. Land of Echoes  Daniel Hecht
  37. City of Masks – Daniel Hecht
  38. The Trudeau Vector – Juris Jurjevics
  39. The Da Vinci Code – Dan Brown
  40. The Hobbit – JRR Tolkien

movies

  1. Running the Labyrinth: Fan Fiction and Fan Art
  2. Labyrinth the movie
  3. Neo Angelique Abyss – anime
  4. Earl and Fairy – anime
  5. Ghost Hunt (Gosuto Hanto) – anime
  6. My Monster Mom
  7. Unrest
  8. I Know Who Killed Me
  9. 1408
  10. Dragon Wars (D-War)
  11. Ringu
  12. Beowulf
  13. 30 Days of Night
  14. Resident evil: extinction
  15. Underworld evolution
  16. Silent hill
  17. Eragon
  18. Saw IV
  19. Skinwalkers
  20. Rise
  21. Day Watch
  22. The Evading
  23. In the Mouth of Madness

This page is complete! Titles are linked to reviews. Whew, this took a lot of work, and procrastination, what with TV, walking, movies, going out,computer games, traveling, work, and … yeah, reading.

Written by artseblis

August 8, 2009 at 3:07 pm

5 Responses

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  1. This is awesome! Maybe I should be as organized as you are with keeping track of my reading.

    Wish you all the best!

    Myk/LeeFlailmarch

    December 16, 2009 at 3:19 pm

    • hi, myk. thanks. i reached my target of 60. maybe next year i should go for 80.

      are you a member of Flips Flipping Pages on Shelfari.com? it’s a very active book club which holds online and face-to-face discussions regularly. maybe you may wish to check it out:
      http://www.shelfari.com/groups/12439/about

      will link to your book blog, if it’s ok?

      artseblis

      December 26, 2009 at 6:57 pm

  2. Links in Read Me List are complete!

    artseblis

    December 28, 2009 at 3:57 pm

  3. hi artseblis! 60′s really a lot! i just did my 2009 round-up and came out with 87. that seems a lot but 13 of them are lemny snicket books which don’t really seem to count :P

    i see a lot of authors in your list i have never heard of. maybe i’ll give them a whirl this 2010.

    aloi

    January 5, 2010 at 3:11 am

    • hi, aloi! all books count, LOL. last year i read many urban fantasies, which i got primarily from Fully Booked and Bookmooch. this year i think i will be reading more historical mysteries, such as the Last Cato, Expected One, The Fire, Labyrinth, 13th Tale, etc.

      there’s a get-together of book nerds on the 23rd (either Robinson’s Galleria Bestsellers or NBS Glorietta 5): sharing of best and worst reads of 2009. would you be able to join?

      artseblis

      January 5, 2010 at 6:20 am


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