Looking through my extensive book collection, I stumbled across a number of unread novels and, even though I’ve got a busy month coming up in March, I want to make some headway in this backlog.

With that in mind, I thought I’d share with you my intended reading list for the coming month:

Graphic Novels

  • Joe the Barbarian by Grant Morrison and Sean Murphy
  • Mouse Guard: Legends of the Guard (I couldn’t resist. I’ve read this one now)
  • The House that Groaned by Karrie Fransman
  • Crazy Hair by Neil Gaiman (because…shut-up that’s why…)

Non-Fiction

  • Wonderbook by Jeff Vandermeer
  • Essential English for Journalists, Editors and Writers by Harold Evans
  • The Universal Journalist by David Randall
  • The Dictionary of Mythology (this will be attached to my wrist for most of March in preparation for April’s A to Z challenge)

Fiction

  • Zoo City by Lauren Beukes (Looking forward to this one)
  • Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch
  • The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror Vol 24 (anthology)
  • Pandaemonium by Christopher Brookmyre
  • Best British Fantasy 2013 (anthology)

I know there is no way I’ll get through all of these in March but I intend to give it a good go.

Do any of you have any recommended reads to add to my list? I’d be glad for any suggestions.

6 thoughts on “Reading List – March 2014

  1. Wow, that is a long list 😀 You’ll be reading 24/7, but then I wouldn’t complain at getting to read that much! No recommendations, but I might take a look at a few from your reading list.

  2. Well, I’m reading one right now that wqs published by a fellow blogger and it’s pretty entertaining so far. It’s Orange Rain by Jan Smitowicz. It is in the style of Stephen King but is not a horror piece, at least not yet. 😉 Happy reading!

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