2016, A Year of Reading

DaePortals3HoundandtheChameleonMost people start thinking of their resolutions for the upcoming year in December, and I am no exception. I have a list of things I want to do, but something in particular stands out to me. I love books. I love writing books, and I love reading them. A great deal of my daily life involves writing books. It’s a lot of work preparing a novel for the world. if I’m working for 8+ hours a day, I can write a novel in a month. That makes a few assumptions, including a seven day work week. I like taking two to three months on a title, mainly because I’m working on more than one novel at a time.

In 2016, I plan on releasing Unawakened, The Hound and the Chameleon, Summit, World at War, and Feather’s Angel. Yes, that is five new Dae Portals novels. Unawakened releases on January 26, 2016, and I hope you all have as much fun reading it as I have had writing it. I’m hoping to have The Hound and the Chameleon ready in either February or March, but we’ll see. I’ll be moving sometime between now and then, so it’s a bit up in the air.

I have recently acquired a lot of new books, so I’m going to share my super crazy to-be-read list. I’ll be (eventually) reviewing every book I read, so if you want to follow the shenanigans, follow me on GoodReads.

Onto the books!

New Acquisitions

  • Leighann Dobbs: Dead Wrong
  • Christina L. Rozelle: The Treemakers
  • Christina Benhamin: The Genova Project: TRUTH
  • Rachel Higginson: Love & Decay
  • Casey L. Bond: Reap
  • A.W. Exley: Nefertiti’s Heart
  • Tasha Gwartney: Fated
  • Jeffrey A. Friedberg: Red, White, and Dead
  • Terry Schott: The Game
  • Craig Halloran: The Hero, the Sword, and the Dragon
  • T.L. Shreffler: Sora’s Quest
  • S.D. Donovan: Harbinger of Justice
  • R.A. Hakok: Among Wolves
  • Carol Berg: Sanctuary Duet (Dust & Light, Ash & SIlver)
  • Julie Wetzel: Kindling Flames: Gathering Tinder
  • Mellisa Wright: Frey
  • Jasper T. Scott: Dark Space
  • Anthology: Naughty or Nice
  • Christian Warren Freed: Armies of the Silver Mage
  • Julie Owen: The Boy Who Fell from the Sky
  • Craig Halloran: Smoke Rising
  • Tyffani Clark Kemp: Beast Within
  • Nicholas Erik: The Emerald Elephant
  • B.B. Griffith: Follow the Crow
  • Daniel Arenson: Requiem’s Song
  • Jospeh Lallo: The Book of Deacon
  • T.W. Piperbrook: Contamination (Boxed Set)
  • Laekan Zea Kemp: The Girl in Between
  • R.S. Ingermanson: Trangression
  • Michael R. Hicks: Empire
  • David Beers: The Devil’s Dream
  • Stacey Marie Brown: City In Embers
  • Genevieve Jack: The Ghost and the Graveyard
  • Edward W. Robertson: Breakers
  • Nathan Van Coops: In Times like These
  • M.P. McDonald: No Good Deed
  • Trish Marie Dawson: I Hope You Find Me
  • Gillian Larkin: The Death Planner
  • Patricia Briggs: Fire Touched (When Released.)
  • Jim Butcher: Peace Talks  (When Released.)
  • Robin Hobb: Third Fitz book (When Released. If Released? AAAHHHH…)

Revisiting Old Favorites

  • Sherwood Smith: The Trouble with Kings
  • Patricia Briggs: Cry Wolf
  • Patricia Briggs: Moon Called, Iron Kissed, River Marked
  • Jim Butcher: Dead Beat, Cold Days, Skin Game
  • Julie Czernada: A Thousand Words for Stranger
  • Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: Sherlock Holmes, The Entire Freaking Collection.
  • Vince Flynn: The Survivor (This book will ruin me dead. Someone send me tissues.)
  • Vince Flynn: Kill Shot, American Assassin
  • Tom Clancy: Hunt for Red October, Patriot Games, Cardinal of the Kremlin, Red Rabbit
  • Mark Greaney: Dead Eye, The Gray Man, On Target, Ballistic
  • Robin Hobb: If I feel like dying inside, the entire Fitz series again. Someone send me tissues.
  • Anne McCaffrey: The Dragonriders of Pern Books 1-5. Someone send me tissues.

There are more… a lot more. But, this is a good start of what I’d like to read this year. What are some of the books you are hoping to read in 2016?

1 Comment
  1. Your books!!

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