2012 The First Readings

This page will represent authors that are new to me this year.

January 2012

Ann Patchett – This is the  Story of a  Happy Marriage

Joan E. Hess – Busy Bodies

Marissa Meyer – Cinder


Greg Logsted – The Stuttering Tattoo

J.R. Chartrand – Under Your Skin

Blake Crouch – Run

Robert DeCoteau – Zombie Tales: Primrose Court Apt. 205

Jamie Browne – Drake (The Making of a Vampire – Series 1)

Patrick Ness – A Monster Calls


Lexi Revellian – Replica

Kerry Greenwood – Raisin and Almonds


Susan Sleeman – Nipped In The Bud

Aric Davis – A Good and Useful Hurt

Veronica Rossi – Under The Never Sky

Neal Shusterman –  Unwind

Jonathan Cole – Perfect


Cheryl Kaye Tardif – Whale Song

Veronica Roth – Divergent

Stephen Colbert – I am a Pole (And so can You)


Elizabeth Lee – Dead Girl Walking (Guardian, Book 1)

Simon Royle – Tag, A Techno Thriller

C.A Kunz – The Childe

Dawn Brown – The Witch’s Stone

J.A. Jance – Trial By Fire

Jonas Saul – The Warning

Brett Battles – Sick

Nancy K. Duplechain – Dark Bayou

Lillian Darcy – Cafe Du Jour

Ann Grant – Shadow Station: Unseen


E. L. James – Fifty Shades of Grey

Lia Habel – Dearly, Departed

Donna Burgess – Solstice, A Novel of Zombie Apocalypse

Cassandra Clare – City of  Bones (Mortal Instruments Series)

Denise Grover Swank – Twenty-Eight and a Half Wishes

Tim McGregor – Bad Wolf


Jennifer Weiner – Swim

Jonathan Sturak – A Smudge of Gray

Laine Taylor – Daughter of Smoke and Bone

Amy Garvey – Cold Kiss


Franck Thilliez – Syndrome E

G.P. Ching – Soulkeepers

Gillian Flynn – Gone Girl


Mike Mullins – Ashfall

Kathy DiSanto – Amanda’s Eyes

Carolyn McCray – Gauntlet

Neil Gaiman – Click Clack-The Rattle Bag

Jess Lourey – September Fair



Craig DiLouie – The Infection

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