My Most Recent Reads - January 2015

Book cover to 10 Classic Tales of Horror, edited by Lance EatonJanuary was an ok reading month.  It's not too surprising with the start of the semester, a move, and several other projects to keep me busy that my reading was fleeting.  I read 30 books in total, but largely because I was on a graphic novel kick, trying to finish up the stack I had accumulated over December and January but was too busy to read.

I would love to talk a lot about the books that I read this month but since they are ones that I am reviewing for other publications, I would have to wait until later to do that.  However, I am happy to talk about the book that I self-published recently as one of my reads for the year.  You can purchase it on Amazon, though I'm also giving it away the digital version here for free.


So what's the reading breakdown for the month?

Books

  • 10 Classic Tales of Horror by Lance Eaton

Audiobooks

  • Beatleness: How the Beatles and Their Fans Remade the World by Candy Leonard
  • No Land's Man by Aasif Mandvi
  • @War: The Rise of the Military-Internet Complex by Shane Harris
  • Brazil's Dance with the Devil: The World Cup, the Olympics, and the Fight for Democracy by Dave Zirin

Graphic Novels

  • Trillium by Jeff Lemire
  • Fairest, Vol. 4: Of Men and Mice by Marc Andreyko
  • Fairest, Vol. 3: The Return of the Maharaja by Bill Willingham
  • The Walking Dead, Vol. 22: A New Beginning by Robert Kirkman
  • The Unwritten, Vol. 9: The Unwritten Fables by Mike Carey
  • The Unwritten, Vol. 10: War Stories by Mike Carey
  • Saga, Volume 3 by Brian K Vaughan
  • Invincible, Vol. 20: Friends by Robert Kirkman
  • Wolverine Volume 2: Three Months to Die Book 2  by Paul Cornell
  • Bleedout by Mike Kennedy
  • Uncanny X-Men/Iron Man/Nova: No End in Sight by Sean Ryan
  • Elektra, Vol. 1: Bloodlines by W. Haden Blackman
  • Through the Woods Emily Carroll
  • Fantastic Four Volume 2: Original Sin by James Robinson
  • Nailbiter, Vol. 1: There Will Be Blood by Joshua Williamson
  • Monster & Madman by Steve Niles
  • Whispers by Joshua Luna 
  • The Manhattan Projects, Vol. 5: The Cold War by Jonathan Hickman
  • Uncanny, Volume 1: Season of Hungry Ghosts by Andy Diggle
  • Monsters by Ken Dahl 
  • Animal Man, Vol. 5: Evolve or Die! by Jeff Lemire
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer: New Rules (Season 10, #1) by Christos Gage
  • The Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 1: The Parker Luck by Dan Slott
  • Uncanny X-Men, Vol. 4: VS. S.H.I.E.L.D. by Brian Michael Bendis 
  • Southern Bastards, Vol. 1: Here Was a Man by Jason Aaron

So what are you reading in the new year?




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