That Damn TBR Pile…What I’ve got lined up for the final quarter of 2016.

We all have that ever growing mountain of books that we want to read. Whether authors or publishers are throwing books your way, or you’re addicted to the 1-click download of each sale title on Amazon, maybe you use the library,or maybe you’re old school and enjoy thoughtfully perusing and selecting something off the shelf of your local bookstore, whatever you’re flavor,  that to-be-read pile seems insurmountable.

Believe me, I’m right there with you. This is my “planned” reads of the final quarter of the year. I love reading new books, so I can make the best Best of possible. I will miss plenty of books, but I will try.

Here’s my schedule…sort of:


Ronald Malfi- The Night Parade    Finished.  5 stars!   MY REVIEW

Chad Lutzke- Of Foster Homes and Flies

Jack Ketchum- The Secret Life of Souls

Patrick Lacey- Dream Woods

Duncan Ralston- Salvage


Richard Chizmar- A Long December

Damien Angelica Walters- Paper Tigers

John Quick- Consequences

Kristopher Rufty- Seven Hill Road

James Newman- Odd Man Out


Paul Kane- Sherlock Holmes and the Servants of Hell

David Bernstein- The Blue Demon

Adam Cesare- Zero Lives Remaining

Jason Murphy- The Black Goat Motorcycle Club


Brian Keene- Pressure

Lee Thomas- Shine Your Light on Me

Paul Tremblay- Disappearance at Devil’s Rock

Sarah Pinborough- 13 Minutes

Joe Hill- The Fireman


Obviously, I may not get all of these finished, but I will try my best. I own 9 of these titles and will hit up the local library for a couple of the bigger titles.

Here’s what I’ve read so far this year: GOODREADS CHALLENGE 2016

Wish me luck!


What’s left on your 2016 reading list?

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