Friday, February 3, 2012


I will give you two amazing shirts from T-Shirt Bordello if you can tell me at least TEN books you read in 2011. I want you fuckers to read more and if you don't believe me, I have suggestions! I will send you books! Don't have kindle? Download that shit on your phone. I read over 212 books last year and this is by no where near a record or anything and I'm not bragging. I read two books today. So tell me what you've been reading. Win horror t-shirts. At my complete discretion. Go here.... you like weird shit. Or hit me up. I have copies. Yee!


  1. Okay here's what I can remember, as have started listing all the books I read in 2012, to see how many books I get through in a year, though clearly not reading as much as you do you find the time??

    Crackpot - John Waters
    The Rum Diary - Hunter S. Thompson
    Hack / Slash Omnibus Vol 3
    Wrestling's 101 Strangest Matches
    Role Models - John Waters
    Skinema - Chris Nieratko
    Showgirls, Teen Wolves & Astro Zombies - Michael Adams
    Magical Thinking - Augusten Burroughs
    Naked - David Sedaris
    Results May Vary - Augusten Burroughs
    Clown Girl - Monica Drake

  2. The last ten books I read in 2011:

    10) Text Message by William Malmborg
    9) Anno Dracula by Kim Newman
    8) Jimmy by William Malmborg
    7) Halloween by Curtis Richards
    6) Frankenstein: Lost Souls by Dean Koontz
    5) The People of Paper by Salvador Pasencia
    4) Psycho House by Robert Bloch
    3) A Maze of Death by Philip K. Dick
    2) Gun With Occasional Music by Jonathan Lethem
    1) Sputnik Sweetheart by Haruki Murakami

    I could go on. I've been keeping a list of the books I've read for ages, so I could probably track my "evolution" over the course of close to ten years.


  3. Off the top of my head-I read about three Agatha Christie books, the five book Skulduggery Pleasant series, Len Deighton's Billion Dollar Brain, and awesome mystery/adventure The Black Cross. Of course, that's not all I read, I read heaps more!

  4. Ok missy. Currently reading book two of The Hunger Games trilogy, but here is what I have on my nightstand currently in the que: Middlesex, World War Z, The Lost City of Z, The Wind and the Willows, The Gospel according to Coco Chanel, The Mirror Effect, and Champagne: how the worlds most glamorous wines triumphed over hardship and war. Good times.

  5. *cracks knuckles*

    The Frenzy Way -- Greg Lamberson
    Desperate Souls -- Greg Lamberson
    Cosmic Forces -- Greg Lamberson
    Shambling Towards Hiroshima -- James Morrow
    The Book of the Damned -- Charles Fort
    Malmordo -- Walter Gibson, writing as Maxwell Grant
    Tales of the Dying Earth -- Jack Vance
    Eyes of the Overworld -- Jack Vance
    Cinema Sewer Vol 3 -- Robin Bougie
    Bone Sharps, Cowboys and Thunder Lizards -- Jim Ottoviani
    10,000 Ways To Die -- Alex Cox
    The Mask of Fu Manchu -- Sax Rohmer

  6. Just to be more specific, the Christie books were Why Didn't They Ask Evans, N or M? and Miss Marple's Final Cases. Also, The Black SUN, not Cross!

  7. Jenn: 212 books, eh? I suspected as much, you little closet intellectual. You got me beat by a fair portion (a really fair portion). My curse is that I am a very slow reader. Curses!

    1. The One From the Other: A Burnie Gunther Novel by Philip Kerr
    2. Stalin’s Ghost by Martin Cruz Smith
    3. Wolves Eat Dogs by Martin Cruz Smith
    4. Billy Bathgate: A Novel by E. L. Doctorow
    5. The Bounty Hunters by Elmore Leonard
    6. Killing Texas Bob by Ralph Cotton
    7. Lawman From Nogales by Ralph Cotton
    8. The Branch and the Scaffold by Loren D. Estleman
    9. Stamping Ground by Loren D. Estleman
    10. Stand Down by Don Penleton

    1. Just a PS: Stand Down is a Mack Bolan/Excecutioner novel actually written by John Helfers (Don Pendleton was the creator of the Mack Bolan character and, for copyright reasons, is the listed "author." The Executioner books, featuring Mack Bolan, are written by a stable of writers). For pure military Hu-rah and bloody action, the Bolan novels are a very, very guilty pleasure.

  8. Does the back of my cereal box count?

  9. I read a book about three years ago and it took me over a year to finish it. I'm not too keen on books nowadays. I have, however, downloaded all the available James Herbert horrors just for the sake of nostalgia. I read them all when they came out.