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30 from 2016

Here are the best books I read in 2016

(not in any particular order)

30-from-2016

  1. 300,000,000 – Blake Butler
  2. A Head Full of Ghosts – Paul Tremblay
  3. A House at the Bottom of a Lake – Josh Malerman
  4. Animal Money – Michael Cisco
  5. Anomaly Flats – Clayton Smith
  6. Bird Box – Josh Malerman
  7. Discovering Scarfolk – Richard Littler
  8. Ella Minnow Pea – Mark Dunn
  9. Every Part of the Animal – Duncan Ralston
  10. Fake Fruit Factory – Patrick Wensink
  11. Falter-Kingdom – Michael Seidlinger
  12. Gutshot – Amelia Gray
  13. Gutted – Ed. Doug Murano
  14. Hair Side, Flesh Side – Helen Marshall
  15. It Sustains – Mark Morris
  16. Jagannath – Karin Tidbeck
  17. King Carrion – Rich Hawkins
  18. Lost Signals – Ed. Max Booth
  19. Nyctophobia – Christopher Fowler
  20. One for Sorrow – Christopher Barzak
  21. Penpal – Dathan Auerbach
  22. Pretty Little Dead Girls – Mercedes M Yardley
  23. The Deep – Nick Cutter
  24. The Fireman – Joe Hill
  25. The King In Yellow – Robert Chambers
  26. The Last Gods of Indochine – Sam Ferrer
  27. The Secret of Ventriloquism – Jon Padgett
  28. The Strange Library – Haruki Murakami
  29. The Troop – Nick Cutter
  30. The Warren – Brian Evenson

booklover’s local author’s expo

Cumberland Library 2-13-16

saturday 2.13, i will be at Cumberland Library with 40 of my fellow local authors

talking writing, books and generally all things wordiness.

come for the fun, frivolity and fantasticness

plus, what could be a better Valentine’s Day present than a book?

(especially a scary one that makes your Valentine need to squeeze next to you real tight under the covers!)

for more information, go here