Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Another day, another rejection

Okay, another story rejected, and this one was disappointing because it was at a publisher I am determined to break into. So far they've turned down two stories from me.

On the bright side, I've already sent the story out to another editor. Woo hoo!

Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Explain this one to me

Hell. Am I a Republican or a Democrat? You tell me.

Your Political Profile:
Overall: 45% Conservative, 55% Liberal
Social Issues: 25% Conservative, 75% Liberal
Personal Responsibility: 50% Conservative, 50% Liberal
Fiscal Issues: 50% Conservative, 50% Liberal
Ethics: 0% Conservative, 100% Liberal
Defense and Crime: 100% Conservative, 0% Liberal

I'm a dunce

I missed one of the questions below. Don't know which one, but I missed it.

You Passed 8th Grade Science

Congratulations, you got 7/8 correct!

Monday, August 28, 2006

The dragon is loose

Okay, I sent another short story out today. It's an old one, "A Dragon's Tale," I rewrote slightly. It's been sent to Gryphonwood. Hope they like it.

I have a dozen or so older short stories I'm reworking at the moment in hopes I can get them sold somewhere. I counted last night, and I've got about 60 old short stories in my files. I think the dozen I've chosen are still quite sellable, even though some of them go back ten years or more. The rest of the 60 are mostly junk, writing so bad I wouldn't sell it even if I could ... well, not unless there was a really big check involved.

A word of thanks

I've got to give a big shout-out of thanks here to my friends Steve and Gere Goble. Recently they finished reading my first novel, "City of Rogues," and mailed it back to me with editing marks and comments. I can't say enough how much I appreciate this.

I'm already reading through their comments, and most of them I have to agree with. So, I'm going to be rewriting the last 2 or 3 chapters of "City of Rogues," then I'll have to do some minor rewriting in the sequel, currently titled "Road to Wrath," to match up with the changes in book one.

The biggest change will likely be the climax of the first book. Right now, the climax comes a few chapters too soon (a scene in a cemetery), leaving too much to happen before the book actually ends. I'm planning to keep the cemetery scene, and in a way it will still be the climax to the overall story, but there's one major confrontation that must happen. Kron and Belgad have to duke it out. I put it off in book one for plotting purposes (and I thought it was sort of cool that these two foes don't actually fight it out, kind of like Kirk and Khan), but it only makes sense for it to happen.

Thursday, August 24, 2006

Books a million

My friend Clark Goble posted the below questions, with his answers, at his blog, as did his brother Steve at Steve's blog. To follow through, I thought I'd post the questions here with my answers.

1. One Book That Changed Your Life
The Road Less Traveled, by M. Scott Peck
Peck was a psychiatrist and a secular humanist when he first wrote this book more than 25 years ago, but he eventually became a Christian. I've read all of his non-fiction, and it's been interesting to see his opinions and theories grow over the years. His Christianity is pretty far left, but that can be overlooked if you are not of that spectrum. Peck has much good to say about how we can work with others to build what he calls a sense of "community." His second book, "People of the Lie," takes a look at evil. I don't agree with all Peck has to say, but he's opened my mind to a sense of peace I never though existed before ten years ago. Too bad I can't always keep that mindframe.

2. One Book You've Read More than Once
The Hobbit, by J.R.R. Tolkien
Actually, "Fellowship of the Ring" is my favorite Tolkien book, but "The Hobbit" is such a light, easy read that I've probably read it more than any other book, at least a half dozen times.

3. One Book You’d Want On A Desert Island
The Holy Bible, New American Standard edition
This book has everything in it I could want: action, adventure, love, hate, heroes, villains, philosophy, religion, history and more. And maybe even some truth. I don't consider myself a Christian, but I do consider the Bible a fine piece of literature and of philosophy.

4. One Book That Made You Laugh
MYTH Adventures, by Robert Aspirin
This is the first book of many in the MYTH series, but I found this to be the funniest.

5. One Book That Made You Cry
DarkTower IV: Wizard and Glass, by Stephen King
This is the only book that has ever made me cry. King's Roland Deschain is the ultimate tragic hero in my opinion.

6. One Book You Wish You Had Written
The Stand, by Stephen King
One of my favorite King books. And I'd like the money that went along with it too.

7. One Book You Wish Had Never Been Written
I can't list one. I can't think of one single book, no matter how awful it was (in any fashion), that would make me wish it had not been written. The written word provides knowledge, for good or ill ... or simply for entertainment. What mankind does with such knowledge ... well, let it be on man's head. Okay, okay. The Book of Mormon comes close.

8. One Book You Are Currently Reading
Midnight Sun, by Karl Howard Wagner
This is a complete collection of Wagner's Kane short stories. I'm lovin' this stuff. It's all dark fantasy, almost more horror than fantasy in some places.

9. One Book You’ve Been Meaning To Read
The Rise of Magic in Early Medieval Europe, by Valerie I. J. Flint
This is just one of 30 or so books I have stacked in my office that is waiting to be read. I picked this one because I like the title.

10. Tag 5 Others
I'll skip this one, thank you. Those who want to do this listing on their own blog, can. Those who don't want to ... okay, that's cool too.

Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Adventures in screenwriting

Someone over at the forum asked me a while back about my writer's block. So, I thought I'd put some of what I wrote to them, and talk a little about it here.
I suffered through about five years, roughly 1998 to 2003, without writing hardly anything, maybe a few short stories that I didn't really like. Part of it was simply bad time management on my part, but the big matter was I'd lost all belief in my ability to write well. I could crank out about 500 words, and then I'd become disgusted with everything I'd written. I felt there was no way I could ever be Hemingway, Tolkein or even Stepehn King.
This frustrated me to no end. I felt the urge to write, but everything I wrote looked like garbage.
Then one day about five years ago, I was rummaging through my pile of books that had not been read (I've always got a stack of 20 to 30 books that are waiting to be read). I came upon a Syd Field's book about the basics of screenwriting. I'd never had any real interest in screenwriting, and couldn't even remember why I'd bought the book, or if someone had given it to me as a present. Well, I was in a mood to read some non-fiction, and I hunkered down with Syd's book. Truth to tell, I didn't care much for it. It was pretty boring, but it broke down the basic elements of storytelling into logical sequences that I could understand. Syd's book was about 20 years old at the time, so I rushed out and pick up "The Idiot's Guide to Screenwriting." This was a fun book, and it followed much of Syd's advice.
Soon I was reading other books on screenwriting. I've probably read a dozen or so since, some good and some not so good. What I found was that screenwriting simplified writing to basics that gave me a new way of looking at writing, making writing a logistical puzzle for me instead of the open, freeform monster I had often considered it. I'm not saying I'm a great screenwriter, and I don't mean to oversimplify the talent it takes someone like William Goldman to write Butch and Sundance or Princess Bride. It was just that ... I'm not sure how to explain it exactly ... but screenwriting gave me boundaries and rules, where prose writing had always felt too freeform to me, too chaotic.
I went to work writing, and I pumped out two screenplays. One a simple horror and action sci-fi story based on a short story I'd written years ago, "Dark Side of Io." The second was a spaghetti western, "Day of the Gun." I placed both screenplays on for review, and I got some good feedback. Spielberg and Eastwood weren't knocking at my door, but I felt a confidence in my writing I hadn't felt in years.
Soon after that I began to tap away on my Mac keyboard. What I was writing was a fantasy novel. It originally was planned to be about 100,000 words. By the time I reached 50,000 words, I knew I was in trouble. At that point I was only about halfway through the first third of my story. I didn't want a 300,000 word novel, so I thought I'd have two novels. Then, when I finally finished a first draft of that first third of my story, at about 120,000 words, I realized I had three novels, the dreaded trilogy.
Since then I've finished a first draft of the second book and a second draft of the first book. Now I'm writing away at the third book, and finally I'm beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel.

The plot? I'll give a basic one of the first book here: "City of Rogues" is a story of revenge, criminal politics and a budding friendship of opposites. When ranger Kron Darkbow returns to his home city to seek vengeance for the murders of his parents, he finds himself embroiled in a war with criminal underworld chieftain Belgad the Liar. In the eruption of chaos, Kron inadvertently reveals a local healer mage, Randall Tendbones, as the son of an evil king. Randall, on the run from his murderous father, seeks Kron's aid in finally facing his father. Meanwhile, Belgad is hot on the vengeance trail after the two.

And that leaves out a whole slew of characters.

Tuesday, August 22, 2006

A change of pace

I'm a newspaper editor. I've been at it professionally for 15 years. Enough is enough. Enough was enough ten years ago, I was just young and full of energy then. I'm not quitting my job, at least not right away, but I've been looking into other options.
One of them is management within Barnes & Noble. I don't know how much money can be made as a store manager or regional manager, and it's been a long time since I've worked retail, but I figure there's got to be less daily stress than there is working at a newspaper.
Another place I've been considering is the world of education. I've noticed several communications positions open at various universities, and I'm thinking that might have potential.
My perfect, best option would be for some publisher to decide to buy my current novel, give me a great big and fat check for it. Then I could write other novels. But that doesn't seem likely.

Sunday, August 20, 2006

Another story out and about

Because I've been working on novels for the last couple of years, I don't have many short stories sent out to publishers and editors. In fact, I've only got two. And one of those I just sent out.

The first story is a slightly revised version of a tale I wrote ten years ago. It's called, simply, "Kron Darkbow." I think it will find a home. It was once accepted for publication, but the magazine folded (I've experienced a LOT of that).

The second story is one I wrote a couple of months ago, the first short story I've written in a very long time. It's called "Deep in the Land of the Ice and Snow." It's a tale from the younger days of a favorite character of mine, Belgad the Liar, who's known as Belgad Thunderclan in the story.

Gotta run! I've some writing to do and Kron has to kill some bad guys.

Thursday, August 17, 2006

That old fear

Writers can be a nervous, paranoid, worrying lot. There's fear of rejection. There's fear of copy editing errors in your stories. There's fear of screwing up a query letter, or a cover letter, or worse: Getting an editor or publisher or agent's name wrong in such a letter. Then there's anxiety over whether your story will be liked by anyone anywhere.

Today was my day to be paranoid. I sent off an e-mail query letter for my novel "City of Rogues" to agent Russ Galen, one of the top agents for fantasy authors. I read over the letter at least a dozen times, looking for mistakes and doing minor rewriting. But then, after sending the e-mail, I noticed I left out a word at the end of a sentence. Sigh.

And then I noticed I sent it from a personal e-mail address, not what I consider my "professional writing" e-mail address. Double sigh.

Well, you only get one chance at a first impression. Hopefully, Mr. Galen won't notice my mistake (though I bet he will), and I hope he will consider me as a potential client.

Okay, I'll go away now and cry like a little girl in a corner.

The bane of writers

I write every day. No matter what. I've been doing that for about 18 months now. Until three days ago. Since then I've only written 50 or so words and rewritten about 500 words. I'm slacking. So, to get myself motivated again, I'm turning to my blog. Below are some of the top traps writers can fall into that keep them from writing:

1.) Video games. The very bane of a writer's existence. Stay away from them. My personal vices are Grand Theft Auto games, and some of them take as long as 80 hours of play time to finish.

2.) Movies. Two hours of the same garbage you've probably seen a hundred times already. Scary Movie 4? You've already seen the first three! Go write!

3.) Work. It sucks. You have bills to pay. Your boss expects you to show up. And if you're stupid enough to be a mangager, like me, they don't have to pay you overtime. Which means they can work you to death if they want.

4.) Significant others. No, dear, I'm not online. I'm ... uh, I'm writing some sweet poetry just for you. Okay, that bought me five minutes. Drat! She didn't buy it. Gotta go!

5.) Role playing games. I love playing Dragonquest, and even third edition D&D, but I've found gaming for me requires too much of the same mindset as writing. All that plotting, or character playing. So, when I've gamed for several hours the last thing I feel like doing is writing.

6.) Internet. Damn wikipedia! Damn blogs!

7.) Reading. There's always something to read. I've a pile of about 30 books in my office. That pile never gets smaller, no matter how much I read. If I don't buy at least one book a week, I tend to start feeling jittery or something.

8.) This list. It could go on forever. I need to get some writing done. Later.

Sunday, August 13, 2006

Web sites offer advice from novelists

Here's another column I wrote at work a few months ago.

Many novelists who make it into print feel a need to pass on their experiences and knowledge to those still trying to make it into the business. Below are some helpful Web pages from writers for writers.
Nicholas Sparks is probably best known for his debut novel, “The Notebook,” which has been made into a motion picture. His Web site offers plenty of information about his novels, but also includes a message board and a “Writer’s Corner” with plenty of advice for beginning novelists.
Fantasy writer Holly Lisle had many jobs before picking up the pen professionally. She has been a nurse, a singer, a McDonald’s employee and she sold advertising. Now she churns out fantasy novels such as “Midnight Rain,” “Vengeance of Dragons” and “Fire in the Mist.” Her Web site is one of the most informative I have discovered, especially for those who want to write fantasy or science fiction. Holly has plenty of free advice she offers writers, including a downloadable ebook “Create a Character Clinic.”
Romance novelist Jennifer Blake has been writing for more than thirty years. A few of her many novels are “Challenge to Honor,” “With A Southern Touch” and “Love’s Wild Desire.” If you are interested in writing romance novels, her site is worth checking out. Not only does the site offer advice, but the author has a blog she updates often allowing you to see into the daily life of a novelist.
Ursula K. Le Guin might be best known for her Earthsea fantasy novels and other science fiction works, but she has also written children’s books, non-fiction writings and more. Her Web site offers plenty of advice for would-be writers, including manuscript preparation and a brief overview of U.S. copyright law.
British writer Neil Gaiman hit the spotlight big in the late ’80s with the “Sandman” comic books which have been collected into a series of graphic novels by DC comics’ Vertigo title. Since then, Neil has spread his writing talents to novels, movies, theater and more. His Web site offers advice for writers, but also includes message boards, a daily journal from the writer, downloads and more.
What I’ve been reading: “My Life,” by Bill Clinton. Regardless of your politics, this autobiography gives you a look into the mind of a former president. The book itself is extremely long-winded, but takes you through nearly every political event during the 1990s. Former President Clinton must keep a journal detailing every moment of his day. If you’re writing a political thriller, or story set in the ’90s, you might want to check this book out.

Saturday, August 12, 2006

to write fair and labour'd much ... — Hamlet

Below is a copy of a column I wrote at work several months ago. It was the first in a series on writing. I might add a few more of them here in the future.

If you want to be a writer, write

It seems everyone today wants to write a book, or at least they have an idea for a book. Many seem to think writing a novel is easy; you just make up the ideas and write.
And with the variety of publishing avenues available, more and more people are having their books published. Not only are there traditional book publishers and magazines, but there are also subsidy publishers, vanity presses, print on demand (POD) services, ebooks, ezines, the Internet and more. Technology has opened up the world of publishing so nearly anyone can get a book published.
The problem with all this is it takes work.
Writers frequently hear, “Hey, I’ve got a great idea for a book.” This is sometimes followed up with, “How about I tell you my idea and you write the book. We can split the profits.”
As if coming up with ideas is the hard part. Ideas are easy. It’s the writing that’s hard.
Don’t believe me? Think of a story idea, anything really, then sit down in front of a keyboard and type out two thousand words of your story. How long did it take you? Half an hour? An hour? Longer?
Still think writing is easy? If so, write two thousand more words tomorrow. Then do it again the next day, and the day after that and the day after that. No excuses are allowed. You can’t put off the writing because you have bills to pay, pets to feed or family with whom you need to spend time. You can’t even put off the writing because you have a full-time job.
You’ll soon find out how difficult and tiring writing can be, but eventually your writing will improve. But you’re only getting started. You still have editing and rewriting to do, then you have to find an agent or an editor who will be interested in your work.
The Greek stoic philosopher Epictetus (55-135 A.D.) said, “If you want to be a writer, write.” He had a point.
What I’ve been reading: “Sages & Swords,” edited by Daniel E. Blackston from Pitch-Black Books. This anthology not only offers an entertaining collection of fantasy short stories, but it also includes solid information for beginning fantasy writers and includes an interview with author R.A. Salvatore. Find out more at

Friday, August 11, 2006

Thou has rejected the word

I write fiction. That's my idea of fun, sitting at a keyboard for hours and coming up with ideas and characters.

Rejection is part of being a writer. In fact, rejection is a big part of being a writer. If you can't handle rejection, you should not consider writing as a career or even as a serious hobby. Honestly, you will fail much more often than you will succeed. I would guess I receive about 15-20 rejection letters from publishers, editors and agents for every short story I have managed to get accepted at a magazine.
I've been writing off and on since 1989. In that time I've sent out approximately 150 short stories. I've had about a dozen short stories accepted at small-circulation magazines, all of which no longer exist. Anyone remember Starblade? Merlana's Magickal Messages? Hor-Tasy? I didn't think so.
For the last two years, I've been working on my trilogy. The few years before that I spent learning screenwriting, and I finished two screenplays (though I doubt either is good enough for Hollywood; at least it was a learning period). Before that, I went through several years of writer's block, or, at least, a complete lack of confidence in my writing. Screenwriting really helped me kick the block, mainly because early on in screenwriting you are so busy learning the formatting structure that it keeps your mind off the creative aspects.
So, in the last 5 to 6 years, I've written very few short stories, maybe three, and one of those I wrote just a month ago.

The reason I began writing this post: I received a form rejection letter today from agent Richard Henshaw. Mr. Henshaw, thanks for considering my material. I'll keep sending it out until someone purchases it or an agent agrees to handle it.

Right now, my novel "City of Rogues" is working its way through the slush pile at Baen publishing. Before that, it went to Wizards of the Coast and Tor. Wizards wasn't interested. Tor, however, had some promising words, saying the manuscript wasn't right for them at the moment, but they thought I had a good product and they wished me luck. A handwritten note at the bottom of a rejection letter might not mean much to many writers, but this one was from Tor, the publishing company I've always wanted to work for.

Ah well, good reader, I've rattled on long enough. I will say good night for now.

And if you're curious, the title of this post comes from 1 Samuel 15:26.
No, I'm not a religious nut or guru or whatever (I have my beliefs and ideas, but I generally keep them to myself -- though I'll always debate for fun). I'll likely take some of my titles from the Bible, or Shakespear. Why? Because there's some good quotes and writing in the Bible, and from ole Willy Shaxbeard.

Thursday, August 10, 2006

In the beginning ...

Please allow me to introduce myself. I'm Ty Johnston, writer of sword and sorcery tales and more, whatever I feel like writing.
At this time I am working on the third novel in my "Kobalos" trilogy, a fantasy story. The first book is finished, though I'm always tinkering and editing it, and the second book too is nearly done after a recent second rewrite and some editing.
The first book had a working title of "Son of Kobalos" but of late I've been calling it "City of Rogues." The second book has a working title of "Road to Kobalos," while the third book has a working title of "Dark King of Kobalos."
I'm currently shopping the first book around to publishers and agents. So far I've had no acceptances, but I've had some positive responses.
Got to run! I'll add more here in the future.

Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Books I've read -- 1681

For my own silly purposes, I'm going to try to list on this blog every book I have ever read. I'm sure I will forget some, as I've sold or given away plenty of books over the years, and when I was a kid I got a lot of books at the library. Still, I'm going to go for it, trying to list all of them in a new label called "Books read."

Yes, I realize their are services online that do this, but I'm not in the mood to start another account somewhere. And most of those services charge something at some point.

The number you will see out to the side of the posts under this label will be the current count, including that post's listings. These listings are in no particular order, though I will give each listing a title to help a little. The listing below is mainly most recently read books.

I'll try to update this list a little every so often, and I'll begin the listing here:

1.) The Wonder -- by J.D. Beresford
2.) The Prince -- by Niccolo Machiavelli
3.) Silent Bob Speaks -- by Kevin Smith
4.) Whiskey Sour -- by J.A. Konrath
5.) The Innocent Man -- by John Grisham
6.) Promise of the Witch King -- by R.A. Salvatore
7.) Complete Scoundrel -- D&D sourcebook
8.) The Count of Monte Cristo -- by Alexandre Dumas
9.) Start Your Own Personal Concierge Service -- by Entrepreneur Press
10.) Conjure Wife -- Fritz Leiber
11.) The Last Juror -- by John Grisham
12.) World War Z -- by Max Brooks
13.) The Zombie Survival Guide -- by Max Brooks
14.) Mizora: A World of Women -- by Mary E. Bradley Lane
15.) The Guns of Terra 10 -- by Don Pendleton
16.) The Catcher in the Rye -- by J.D. Salinger
17.) The Great Gatsby -- by F. Scott Fitzgerald
18.) For Whom the Bell Tolls -- by Ernest Hemingway
19.) Sun Also Rises -- by Ernest Hemingway
20.) Old Man and the Sea -- by Ernest Hemingway
21.) Farewell to Arms -- by Ernest Hemingway
22.) Men Without Women -- by Ernest Hemingway
23.) Conversations with Ernest Hemingway -- by Matthew Joseph Bruccoli
24.) Atlas Shrugged -- by Ayn Rand
25.) The Pearl -- by John Steinbeck
26.) Of Mice and Men -- by John Steinbeck
27.) Lord of the Flies -- by William Golding
28.) Catch-22 -- by Joseph Heller
29.) In Cold Blood -- by Truman Capote
30.) To Kill A Mockingbird -- by Harper Lee
31.) Deliverance -- by James Dickey
32.) Slaughterhouse Five -- by Kurt Vonnegut
33.) Heart of Darkness -- by Joseph Conrad
34.) Gone With the Wind -- by Margaret Mitchell
35.) They Thirst -- by Robert McCammon
36.) Mystery Walk -- by Robert McCammon
37.) Swan Song -- by Robert McCammon
38.) Blue World -- by Robert McCammon
39.) Creature -- by John Saul
40.) Shattered -- by Dean Koontz
41.) Night Chills -- by Dean Koontz
42.) The Vision -- by Dean Koontz
43.) The Key to Midnight -- by Dean Koontz
44.) The Voice of the Night -- by Dean Koontz
45.) Whispers -- by Dean Koontz
46.) The Mask -- by Dean Koontz
47.) The Eyes of Darkness -- by Dean Koontz
48.) Phantoms -- by Dean Koontz
49.) Twilight -- by Dean Koontz
50.) Darkfall -- by Dean Koontz
51.) The Door to December -- by Dean Koontz
52.) Strangers -- by Dean Koontz
53.) Watchers -- by Dean Koontz
54.) Lightning -- by Dean Koontz
55.) Midnight -- by Dean Koontz
56.) The Hellbound Heart -- by Clive Barker
57.) Cabal -- by Clive Barker
58.) Books of Blood, Vol. 1 -- by Clive Barker
59.) Splatterpunks: Extreme Horror -- edited by Paul M. Sammon
60.) Book of the Dead -- edited by John Skipp
61.) Shock Rock -- edited by Jeff Gelb
62.) By Reason of Insanity -- by Shane Stevens
63.) The Keep -- by F. Paul Wilson
64.) Small World -- Tabitha King
65.) Ghost Story -- by Peter Straub
66.) The Talisman -- by Peter Straub and Stephen King
67.) Koko -- by Peter Straub
68.) Slob -- by Rex Miller
69.) Frenzy -- by Rex Miller
70.) Slice -- by Rex Miller
71.) The Executioner: #1 War Against the Mafia -- by Don Pendleton
72.) The Executioner: #2 Death Squad -- by Don Pendleton
73.) The Executioner: #3 Battle Mask -- by Don Pendleton
74.) The Executioner: #4 Miami Massacre -- by Don Pendleton
75.) The Executioner: #5 Continental Contract -- by Don Pendleton
76.) The Executioner: #6 Assault on Soho -- by Don Pendleton
77.) The Executioner: #7 Nightmare in New York -- by Don Pendleton
78.) The Executioner: #8 Chicago Wipe-Out -- by Don Pendleton
79.) The Executioner: #9 Vegas Vendetta -- by Don Pendleton
80.) The Executioner: #10 Caribbean Kill -- by Don Pendleton
81.) The Executioner: #11 California Hit -- by Don Pendleton
82.) The Executioner: #12 Boston Blitz -- by Don Pendleton
83.) The Executioner: #14 San Diego Siege -- by Don Pendleton
84.) The Executioner: #16 Sicilian Slaughter -- by Jim Peterson
85.) The Executioner: #17 Jersey Guns -- by Don Pendleton
86.) The Executioner: #19 Detroit Deathwatch -- by Don Pendleton
87.) The Executioner: #20 New Orleans Knockout -- by Don Pendleton
88.) The Executioner: #22 Hawaiin Hellground -- by Don Pendleton
89.) The Executioner: #23 St. Louis Showdown -- by Don Pendleton
90.) The Executioner: #25 Colorado Kill-Zone -- by Don Pendleton
91.) The Executioner: #27 Dixie Convoy -- by Don Pendleton
92.) The Executioner: Executioners War Book -- by Don Pendleton
93.) The Executioner: #30 Cleveland Pipeline -- by Don Pendleton
94.) The Executioner: #31 Arizona Ambush -- by Don Pendleton
95.) The Executioner: #32 Tennessee Smash -- by Don Pendleton
96.) The Executioner: #33 Monday's Mob -- by Don Pendleton
97.) The Executioner: #34 Terrible Tuesday -- by Don Pendleton
98.) The Executioner: #37 Friday's Feast -- by Don Pendleton
99.) The Executioner: #38 Satan's Sabbath -- by Don Pendleton

100.) The Executioner: #39 The New War -- by Saul Wernick
101.) The Executioner: #40 Double Crossfire -- by Steven Krauzer
102.) The Executioner: #41 The Violent Streets -- by Mike Newton
103.) The Executioner: #42 The Iranian Hit -- by Stephen Mertz
104.) The Executioner: #43 Return to Vietnam -- by Stephen Mertz
105.) The Executioner: #44 Terrorist Summit -- by Steven Krauzer
106.) The Executioner: #45 Paramilitary Plot -- by Mike Newton
107.) The Executioner: #46 Bloodsport -- by Ray Obstfield
108.) The Executioner: #49 Doomsday Disciples -- by Mike Newton
109.) The Executioner: #50 Brothers in Blood -- by Steven Krauzer
110.) The Executioner: #51 Vultures Vengeance -- by Patrick Neary
111.) The Executioner: #52 Tuscany Terror -- by Stephen Mertz
112.) The Executioner: #53 Invisible Assassins -- by Alan Bomack
113.) The Executioner: #54 Mountain Rampage -- by E. Richard Churchill
114.) The Executioner: #55 Paradines Gauntlet -- by Mike Newton
115.) The Executioner: #59 Crude Kill -- by Chet Cunningham
116.) The Executioner: #62 Day of Mourning -- by Stephen Mertz
117.) The Executioner: #64 Dead Man Running -- by Stephen Mertz
118.) The Executioner: #66 Orbiting Omega -- by Chet Cunningham
119.) The Executioner: #67 Beirut Payback -- by Stephen Mertz
120.) The Executioner: #68 Praire Fire -- by Mike Newton
121.) The Executioner: #91 The Trial -- by Mike Newton
122.) The Executioner: #100 Blood Testament -- by Mike Newton
123.) The Executioner: #107 American Nightmare -- by Mike McQuay
124.) The Executioner: #118 Warrior's Revenge -- by Kevin Randle
125.) The Executioner: #184 Death Warrant -- by Jerry VanCook
126.) The Executioner: #193 Hostile Action -- by Mike Linaker
127.) The Executioner: #194 Deadly Contest -- by Mike Newton
128.) The Executioner: #200 Crisis Point -- by Mike Newton
129.) The Executioner: #225 Body Armor -- by William Fieldhouse
130.) The Executioner: #231 Slaughter Squad -- by Alan Philipson
131.) The Executioner: #251 Kill Radius -- by Jerry VanCook
132.) Stony Man Doctrine #1 -- by Dick Stivers
133.) Able Team #1: Tower of Terror -- by L.R. Payne
134.) Able Team #3: Texas Showdown -- by Larry Powell and L.R. Payne
135.) Phoneix Force #1: Argentine Deadline -- by Robert Hoskins
136.) Interview With the Vampire -- by Anne Rice
137.) The Vampire Lestate -- by Anne Rice
138.) The Queen of the Damned -- by Anne Rice
139.) The Tale of the Body Thief -- by Anne Rice
140.) Memnoch the Devil -- by Anne Rice
141.) The Vampire Armand -- by Anne Rice
142.) Blackwood Farm -- by Anne Rice
143.) Blood and Gold -- by Anne Rice
144.) Pandora -- by Anne Rice
145.) Vittorio the Vampire -- by Anne Rice
146.) The Witching Hour -- by Anne Rice
147.) The Mummy, or Ramses the Damned -- by Anne Rice
148.) Merrick -- by Anne Rice
149.) The Pillars of the Earth -- by Ken Follett
150.) The Name of the Rose -- by Umberto Eco
151.) Foucault's Pendulum -- by Umberto Eco
152.) Shogun -- by James Clavell
153.) Lonesome Dove -- by Larry McMurtry
154.) Streets of Laredo -- by Larry McMurtry
155.) The First Man in Rome -- by Colleen McCullough
156.) The Grass Crown -- by Colleen McCullough
157.) Fortune's Favorites -- by Colleen McCullough
158.) Caeser's Women -- by Colleen McCullough
159.) Caeser: Let the Dice Fly -- by Colleen McCullough
160.) The Gospel According to the Son -- Norman Mailer
161.) Exodus -- by Leon Uris
162.) River God -- by Wilbur Smith
163.) The Seventh Scroll -- by Wilbur Smith
164.) Eaters of the Dead -- by Michael Crichton
165.) Timeline -- by Michael Crichton
166.) Stephen King: The Art of Darkness -- by Douglas E. Winter
167.) Kingdom of Fear: The World of Stephen King -- by Tim Underwood and Chuck Miller
168.) The Bachman Books -- by Stephen King (as Richard Bachman)
169.) Thinner -- by Stephen King (as Richard Bachman)
170.) The Regulators -- by Stephen King (as Richard Bachman)
171.) Danse Macabre -- by Stephen King
172.) On Writing -- by Stephen King
173.) Different Seasons -- by Stephen King
174.) Skeleton Crew -- by Stephen King
175.) Four Past Midnight -- by Stephen King
176.) Everything's Eventual: 14 Dark Tales -- by Stephen King
177.) Hearts in Atlantis -- by Stephen King
178.) Night Shift -- by Stephen King
179.) Nightmares & Dreamscapes -- by Stephen King
180.) Bag of Bones -- by Stephen King
181.) Misery -- by Stephen King
182.) Needful Things -- by Stephen King
183.) Pet Sematary -- by Stephen King
184.) 'Salem's Lot -- by Stephen King
185.) The Shining -- by Stephen King
186.) The Stand (original published version) -- by Stephen King
187.) The Stand (King's version) -- by Stephen King
188.) The Tommyknockers -- by Stephen King
189.) The Eyes of the Dragon -- by Stephen King
190.) Dolores Claiborne -- by Stephen King
191.) Firestarter -- by Stephen King
192.) The Green Mile -- by Stephen King
193.) The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon -- by Stephen King
194.) Gerald's Game -- by Stephen King
195.) Insomnia -- by Stephen King
196.) It -- by Stephen King
197.) Carrie -- by Stephen King
198.) Christine -- by Stephen King
199.) The Dark Half -- by Stephen King
200.) The Dead Zone -- by Stephen King

201.) Desperation -- by Stephen King
202.) Cujo -- by Stephen King
203.) Cycle of the Werewolf -- by Stephen King
204.) The Gunslinger: Dark Tower 1 -- by Stephen King
205.) The Drawing of the Three: Dark Tower 2 -- by Stephen King
206.) The Waste Lands: Dark Tower 3 -- by Stephen King
207.) Wizard and Glass: Dark Tower 4 -- by Stephen King
208.) Wolves of the Calla: Dark Tower 5 -- by Stephen King
209.) Song of Susannah: Dark Tower 6 -- by Stephen King
210.) The Dark Tower: Dark Tower 7 -- by Stephen King
211.) Black Beauty -- by Anna Sewell
212.) The Black Stallion -- by Walter Farley
213.) The Black Stallion Returns -- by Walter Farley
214.) Son of the Black Stallion -- by Walter Farley
215.) The Three Investigators #1: The Secret of Terror Castle -- by Robert Arthur
216.) The Three Investigators #2: The Mystery of the Stuttering Parrot -- by Robert Arthur
217.) The Three Investigators #3: The Mystery of the Whispering Mummy -- by Robert Arthur
218.) The Three Investigators #4: The Mystery of the Green Ghost -- by Robert Arthur
219.) The Three Investigators #5: The Mystery of the Vanishing Treasure -- by Robert Arthur
220.) The Three Investigators #6: The Secret of Skeleton Island -- by Robert Arthur
221.) The Three Investigators #10: The Mystery of the Moaning Cave -- by William Arden
222.) The Three Investigators #11: The Mystery of the Talking Skull --by Robert Arthur
223.) The Three Investigators #13: The Secret of the Crooked Cat -- by William Arden
224.) The Three Investigators #16: The Mystery of the Nervous Lion -- by Nick West
225.) The Three Investigators #18: The Mystery of the Shrinking House -- by William Arden
226.) The Three Investigators #23: The Mystery of the Invisible Dog -- by M.V. Carey
227.) The Three Investigators #27: The Mystery of the Magic Circle -- by M.V. Carey
228.) The Three Investigators #28: The Mystery of the Deadly Double -- by William Arden
229.) The Three Investigators #29: The Mystery of the Sinister Scarecrow -- by M.V. Carey
230.) The Three Investigators #30: The Secret of Shark Reef -- by William Arden
231.) The Old West: The Cowboys -- by William H. Forbis
232.) The Old West: The Gunfighters -- by Paul Trachtman
233.) The Old West: The Pioneers -- by Huston Horn
234.) The Old West: The Trailblazers -- by Bill Gilbert
235.) The Third Reich: The SS -- by Time/Life Books
236.) The Seafarers: The Frigates -- by Henry H. Gruppe
237.) The Seafarers: The Whalers -- by A.B.C. Whipple
238.) Great Ages of Man: Byzantium -- by Phillip Sherard
239.) Great Ages of Man: Cradle of Civilization -- by Samuel Noah Kramer
240.) Great Ages of Man: Early Japan -- by Jonathan N. Leonard
241.) Great Ages of Man: Twentieth Century -- by Joel G. Colton
242.) Mysteries of the Unknown: Alien Encounters -- by Jim Hicks
243.) Mysteries of the Unknown: Ancient Wisdom & Secret Sects -- by Time/Life Books
244.) Mysteries of the Unknown: Cosmic Connections -- by Time/Life Books
245.) Mysteries of the Unknown: The Mind and Beyond -- by Jim Hicks
246.) Mysteries of the Unknown: Dreams and Dreaming -- by Time/Life Books
247.) Mysteries of the Unknown: Hauntings -- by Time/Life Books
248.) Mysteries of the Unknown: Magical Arts -- by Time/Life Books
249.) Mysteries of the Unknown: Mind Over Matter -- by Time/Life Books
250.) Mysteries of the Unknown: Mysterious Creatures -- by Time/Life Books
251.) Mysteries of the Unknown: Mysterious Lands and Peoples -- by Jim Hicks
252.) Mysteries of the Unknown: Mystic Places -- by Time/Life Books
253.) Mysteries of the Unknown: Mystic Quests -- by Jim Hicks
254.) Mysteries of the Unknown: Phantom Encounters -- by Time/Life Books
255.) Mysteries of the Unknown: Powers of Healing -- by Time/Life Books
256.) Mysteries of the Unknown: Psychic Powers -- by Time/Life Books
257.) Mysteries of the Unknown: Psychic Voyages -- by Time/Life Books
258.) Mysteries of the Unknown: Search for Immortality -- by Time/Life Books
259.) Mysteries of the Unknown: Search for the Soul -- by Time/Life Books
260.) Mysteries of the Unknown: Secrets of Alchemists -- by George Constable
261.) Mysteries of the Unknown: Spirit Summonings -- by Time/Life Books
262.) Mysteries of the Unknown: The Mind and Beyond -- by Jim Hicks
263.) Mysteries of the Unknown: The Mysterious World -- by Jim Hicks
264.) Mysteries of the Unknown: The Psychics -- by Jim Hicks
265.) Mysteries of the Unknown: The UFO Phenomenon -- by Time/Life Books
266.) Mysteries of the Unknown: Time and Space -- by Jim Hicks
267.) Mysteries of the Unknown: Transformations -- Jim Hicks
268.) Mysteries of the Unknown: Utopian Visions -- by George Constable
269.) Mysteries of the Unknown: Visions and Prophecies -- by Time/Life Books
270.) Mysteries of the Unknown: Witches and Witchcraft -- by Jim Hicks
271.) The Old West: The Soldiers -- by Time/Life Books
272.) The Seafarers: The Pirates -- by Time/Life Books
273.) Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone -- by J.K. Rowling
274.) Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets -- by J.K. Rowling
275.) Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban -- by J.K. Rowling
276.) Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire -- by J.K. Rowling
277.) Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix -- by J.K. Rowling
278.) Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince -- by J.K. Rowling
279.) The Roman History: The Reign of Augustus -- by Cassius Dio
280.) The Jewish War -- by Josephus
281.) Makers of Rome -- by Plutarch
282.) The Rise and Fall of Athens -- by Plutarch
283.) Fall of the Roman Republic -- by Plutarch
284.) The Aeneid -- by Virgil
285.) The Last Days of Socrates -- by Plato
286.) The Twelve Caesars -- by Suetonius
287.) The Voyage of Argo -- by Apollonius of Rhodes
288.) The Theban Plays -- by Sophocles
289.) The Iliad -- by Homer
290.) The Odyssey -- by Homer
291.) The Republic -- by Plato
292.) The War with Hannibal -- by Livy
293.) Titus Groan (Gormenghast trilogy, book 1) -- by Mervyn Peake
294.) Gormenghast (Gormenghast trilogy, book 2) -- by Mervyn Peake
295.) Titus Alone (Gormenghast trilogy, book 3) -- by Mervyn Peake
296.) Wizard's First Rule -- by Terry Goodkind
297.) The Black Company -- by Glenn Cook
298.) The Further Adventures of Batman -- edited by Martin H. Greenberg
299.) The Further Adventures of the Joker -- edited by Martin H. Greenberg

300.) American Gods -- by Neil Gaiman
301.) The Dragon and the George -- by Gordon R. Dickson
302.) The Sword of Shannara -- by Terry Brooks
303.) The Elfstones of Shannara -- by Terry Brooks
304.) The Wishsong of Shannara -- by Terry Brooks
305.) Magic Kingdom for Sale - SOLD! -- by Terry Brooks
306.) Sometimes the Magic Works: Lessons from a Writing Life -- by Terry Brooks
307.) The Hobbit -- by J.R.R. Tolkien
308.) The Fellowship of the Ring (Lord of the Rings 1) -- by J.R.R. Tolkien
309.) The Two Towers (Lord of the Rings 2) -- by J.R.R. Tolkien
310.) The Return of the King (Lord of the Rings 3) -- by J.R.R. Tolkien
311.) The Silmarillion -- by J.R.R. Tolkien
312.) Thieves' World (Thieves' World 1) -- edited by Robert Asprin
313.) Tales from the Vulgar Unicorn (Thieves' World 2) -- edited by Robert Asprin
314.) Shadows of Sanctuary (Thieves' World 3) -- edited by Robert Asprin
315.) Storm Season (Thieves' World 4) -- edited by Robert Asprin
316.) The Face of Chaos (Thieves' World 5) -- edited by Robert Asprin and Lynn Abbey
317.) Wings of Omen (Thieves' World 6) -- edited by Robert Asprin and Lynn Abbey
318.) The Dead of Winter (Thieves' World 7) -- edited by Robert Asprin and Lynn Abbey
319.) Soul of the City (Thieves' World 8) -- edited by Robert Asprin and Lynn Abbey
320.) Blood Ties (Thieves' World 9) -- edited by Robert Asprin and Lynn Abbey
321.) Aftermath (Thieves' World 10) -- edited by Robert Asprin and Lynn Abbey
322.) Uneasy Alliances (Thieves' World 11) -- edited by Robert Asprin and Lynn Abbey
323.) Stealer's Sky (Thieves' World 12) -- edited by Robert Asprin and Lynn Abbey
324.) Turning Points (new Thieves' World) -- edited by Lynn Abbey
325.) Sanctuary (new Thieves' World novel) -- by Lynn Abbey
326.) Shadowspawn (Thieves' World novel) -- by Andrew J. Offutt
327.) Dragonflight -- by Anne McCaffrey
328.) Dragonquest -- by Anne McCaffrey
329.) Dragonsong -- by Anne McCaffrey
330.) Dragonsinger -- by Anne McCaffrey
331.) The White Dragon -- by Anne McCaffrey
332.) Dragondrums -- by Anne McCaffrey
333.) Moreta: Dragonlady of Pern -- by Anne McCaffrey
334.) Wizardry & Wild Romance: A Study of Epic Fantasy -- by Michael Moorcock
335.) The Stealer of Souls -- by Michael Moorcock
336.) Stormbringer -- by Michael Moorcock
337.) Elric of Melnibone -- by Michael Moorcock
338.) The Sailor on the Seas of Fate -- by Michael Moorcock
339.) The Vanishing Tower -- by Michael Moorcock
340.) Fortress of the Pearl -- by Michael Moorcock
341.) The Knight of the Swords -- by Michael Moorcock
342.) Behold the Man -- by Michael Moorcock
343.) The Midnight Sun: The Complete Stories of Kane -- by Karl Edward Wagner
344.) Conan the Gladiator -- by Leonard Carpenter
345.) Conan (collection of short stories) -- by Robert E. Howard, L. Sprague DeCamp and Lin Carter
346.) Conan of Cimmeria (collection of short stories) -- by Robert E. Howard, L. Sprague DeCamp and Lin Carter
347.) Another Fine Myth -- by Robert Asprin
348.) Myth Conceptions -- by Robert Asprin
349.) Myth Directions -- by Robert Asprin
350.) Hit or Myth -- by Robert Asprin
351.) Myth-ing Persons -- by Robert Asprin
352.) Little Myth Marker -- by Robert Asprin
353.) M.Y.T.H. inc. Link -- by Robert Asprin
354.) Myth-Nomers and Im-Pervections -- by Robert Asprin
355.) Spellsinger (Spellsinger book) -- by Alan Dean Foster
356.) The Hour of the Gate (Spellsinger book) -- by Alan Dean Foster
357.) The Day of the Dissonance (Spellsinger book) -- by Alan Dean Foster
358.) The Moment of the Magician (Spellsinger book) -- by Alan Dean Foster
359.) The Paths of the Perambulator (Spellsinger book) -- by Alan Dean Foster
360.) The Time of the Transference (Spellsinger book) -- by Alan Dean Foster
361.) Son of Spellsinger (Spellsinger book) -- by Alan Dean Foster
362.) Dragons of Autumn Twilight (Dragonlance Chronicles 1) -- by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman
363.) Dragons of Winter Night (Dragonlance Chronicles 2) -- by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman
364.) Dragons of Spring Dawning (Dragonlance Chronicles 3) -- by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman
365.) Time of the Twins (Dragonlance Legends 1) -- by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman
366.) War of the Twins (Dragonlance Legends 2) -- by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman
367.) Test of the Twins (Dragonlance Legend 3) -- by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman
368.) The Second Generation (Dragonlance novella collection) -- by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman
369.) Sympathy for the Devil -- by Holly Lisle
370.) Mists of Avalon -- by Marion Zimmer Bradley
371.) Comic Fantasy -- edited by Mike Ashley
372.) Solomon Kane (collection of short stories) -- by Robert E. Howard
373.) Sages & Swords -- edited by Daniel E. Blackston
374.) Eragon -- by Christopher Paolini
375.) The First Book of Swords (Books of the Swords 1) -- by Fred Saberhagen
376.) The Second Book of Swords (Books of the Swords 2) -- by Fred Saberhagen
377.) The Third Book of Swords (Books of the Swords 3) -- by Fred Saberhagen
378.) Woundhealer's Story (book of Lost Swords) -- by Fred Saberhagen
379.) Sightblinder's Story (book of Lost Swords) -- by Fred Saberhagen
380.) Stonecutter's Story (book of Lost Swords) -- by Fred Saberhagen
381.) Farslayer's Story (book of Lost Swords) -- by Fred Saberhagen
382.) Coinspinner's Story (book of Lost Swords) -- by Fred Saberhagen
383.) Mindsword's Story (book of Lost Swords) -- by Fred Saberhagen
384.) Wayfinder's Story (book of Lost Swords) -- by Fred Saberhagen
385.) Shieldbreaker's Story (book of Lost Swords) -- by Fred Saberhagen
386.) The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (Narnia book) -- by C.S. Lewis
387.) Prince Caspian (Narnia book) -- by C.S. Lewis
388.) The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (Narnia book) -- by C.S. Lewis
389.) The Silver Chair (Narnia book) -- by C.S. Lewis
390.) Homeland (Dark Elf 1) -- by R.A. Salvatore
391.) Exile (Dark Elf 2) -- by R.A. Salvatore
392.) Sojourn (Dark Elf 3) -- by R.A. Salvatore
393.) The Silent Blade (Paths of Darkness 1) -- by R.A. Salvatore
394.) The Spine of the World (Paths of Darkness 2) -- by R.A. Salvatore
395.) Servant of the Shard (Paths of Darkness 3) -- by R.A. Salvatore
396.) The Thousand Orcs (Hunter's Blades 1) -- by R.A. Salvatore
397.) The Lone Drow (Hunter's Blades 2) -- by R.A. Salvatore
398.) The Two Swords (Hunter's Blades 3) -- by R.A. Salvatore
399.) The Highwayman -- by R.A. Salvatore

400.) Watership Down -- by Richard Adams
401.) Tales from Watership Down -- by Richard Adams
402.) The Last Unicorn -- by Peter S. Beagle
403.) The Folk of the Air -- by Peter S. Beagle
404.) A Wizard of Earthsea -- by Ursula K. Le Guin
405.) Soldier of the Mist -- by Gene Wolfe
406.) The Skystone -- by Jack Whyte
407.) The Hunt for Red October -- by Tom Clancy
408.) Patriot Games -- by Tom Clancy
409.) The Cardinal of the Kremlin -- by Tom Clancy
410.) Clear and Present Danger -- by Tom Clancy
411.) The Sum of All Fears -- by Tom Clancy
412.) Without Remorse -- by Tom Clancy
413.) Debt of Honor -- by Tom Clancy
414.) Executive Orders -- by Tom Clancy
415.) Rainbow Six -- by Tom Clancy
416.) The Complete Idiot's Guide to Jewish History and Culture -- by Rabbi Benjamin Blech
417.) The Complete Idiot's Guide to Beer -- by Stuart A. Kallen
418.) The Complete Idiot's Guide to Beagles -- by Kim Campbell Thornton
419.) The Pocket Idiot's Guide to Grammar and Punctuation -- by Jay Stevenson
420.) The Complete Idiot's Guide to the Art of Seduction -- by Janet O'Neal
421.) The Complete Idiot's Guide to Chess -- by Patrick Wolff and Christopher Chabris
422.) The Complete Idiot's Guide to Horseback Riding -- by Jessica Jahiel
423.) The Complete Idiot's Guide to Philosophy -- by Jay Stevenson
424.) The Complete Idiot's Guide to The Crusades -- by Paul Williams
425.) The Complete Idiot's Guide to Biblical Mysteries -- by Donald Ryan
426.) The Complete Idiot's Guide to Martial Arts -- by Cezar Borkowski
427.) The Complete Idiot's Guide to Changing Careers -- by William Charland
428.) The Complete Idiot's Guide to Starting Your Own Business -- by Ed Paulson
429.) The Complete Idiot's Guide to Creating a Graphic Novel -- by Nat Gertler and Steve Lieber
430.) The Complete Idiot's Guide to Screenwriting -- by Skip Press
431.) The Complete Idiot's Guide to Writing a Novel -- by Tom Monteleone
432.) The Complete Idiot's Guide to Creative Writing -- by Laurie E. Rozakis
433.) The Complete Idiot's Guide to Getting Published -- by Sheree Bykofsky and Jennifer Basye Sander
434.) The Complete Idiot's Guide to Publishing Science Fiction -- by Cory Doctorow
435.) The Complete Idiot's Guide to Weight Loss -- by Lucy Beale, Sandy G. Couvillon, Beverly Donnelly and Katherine A. Hutcheson
436.) Alien -- by Alan Dean Foster
437.) Clash of the Titans -- by Alan Dean Foster
438.) Aliens (Alien 2) -- by Alan Dean Foster
439.) Mad Max -- by Joan D. Vinge
440.) The Road Warrior (Mad Max 2) -- by Terry Hayes
441.) Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome -- by Joan D. Vinge
442.) The Million-dollar Bloodhunt (Man With No Name series) -- by Joe Millard
443.) The Devil's Dollar Sign (Man With No Name series) -- by Joe Millard
444.) Blood for a Dirty Dollar (Man With No Name series) -- by Joe Millard
445.) A Coffin Full of Dollars (Man With No Name series) -- by Joe Millard
446.) The Princess Bride -- by William Goldman
447.) Kramer versus Kramer -- by Avery Corman
448.) Silver Bullet -- by Stephen King
449.) The Lonely Silver Rain -- John D. MacDonald
450.) Murder on the Orient Express -- by Agatha Christie
451.) Ten Little Indians -- by Agatha Christie
452.) Rare Benedictine: The Advent of Brother Cadfael -- by Ellis Peters
453.) An Excellent Mystery (Brother Cadfael series) -- by Ellis Peters
454.) The Heretic's Apprentice (Brother Cadfael series) -- by Ellis Peters
455.) Fatherland -- by Robert Harris
456.) Red Dragon -- by Thomas Harris
457.) The Silence of the Lambs -- by Thomas Harris
458.) Hannibal -- by Thomas Harris
459.) A.P.B. -- by Dave Pednau
460.) D.O.A. -- by Dave Pednau
461.) B.O.L.O. -- by Dave Pednau
462.) A.K.A. -- by Dave Pednau
463.) B.&E. -- by Dave Pednau
464.) N.F.D. -- by Dave Pednau
465.) Disturb -- by J.A. Konrath
466.) Slaugherhouse-Five, by Kurt Vonnegut
467.) Cachalot -- by Alan Dean Foster
468.) Outland -- by Alan Dean Foster
469.) The Thing -- by Alan Dean Foster
470.) Splinter of the Mind's Eye (Star Wars universe) -- by Alan Dean Foster
471.) Nor Crystal Tears -- by Alan Dean Foster
472.) Han Solo at Stars' End (Star Wars universe) -- by Brian Daley
473.) Han Solo's Revenge (Star Wars universe) -- by Brian Daley
474.) Han Solo and the Lost Legacy (Star Wars universe) -- by Brian Daley
475.) Lando Calrissian and the Mindharp of Sharu (Star Wars universe) -- by L. Neil Smith
476.) Lando Calrissian and the Flamewind of Oseon (Star Wars universe) -- by L. Neil Smith
477.) Lando Calrissian and the Starcave of ThonBoka (Star Wars universe) -- by L. Neil Smith
478.) Foundation -- by Isaac Asimov
479.) Foundation and Empire -- by Isaac Asimov
480.) Second Foundation -- by Isaac Asimov
481.) Foundation's Edge -- by Isaac Asimov
482.) Spaceling -- by Doris Piserchia
483.) Cyteen -- by C.J. Cherryh
484.) Armor -- by John Steakley
485.) Star Trek Memories -- by William Shatner and Chris Kreski
486.) Star Trek Movie Memories -- by William Shatner and Chris Kreski
487.) Get a Life! -- by William Shatner and Chris Kreski
488.) Q-Squared (Star Trek universe) -- by Peter David
489.) I Am Legend -- by Richard Matheson
490.) The Mark of Zorro -- by Johnston McCulley
491.) Mr. Midshipman Hornblower -- by C.S. Forester
492.) Mutiny on the Bounty -- by Charles Nordhoff and James Norman Hall
493.) Peter Pan -- by J.M. Barrie
494.) The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus -- by Frank Baum
495.) The Wonderful Wizard of Oz -- by Frank Baum
496.) Great Expectations -- by Charles Dickens
497.) A Christmas Carol -- by Charles Dickens
498.) The Picture of Dorian Gray -- by Oscar Wilde
499.) The Complete Works of Oscar Wilde -- by Oscar Wilde

500.) The Three Musketeers -- by Alexandre Dumas
501.) Twenty Years After -- by Alexandre Dumas
502.) The Vicomte de Bragelonne -- by Alexandre Dumas
503.) The Man in the Iron Mask -- by Alexandre Dumas
504.) The Count of Monte Cristo -- by Alexandre Dumas
505.) The Hunchback of Notre Dame -- by Victor Hugo
506.) The Swiss Family Robinson -- by Johann David Wyss
507.) Robinson Crusoe -- by Daniel Defoe
508.) Moby Dick -- by Herman Mellville
509.) Brave New World (and Brave New World Revisited) -- by Aldous Huxley
510.) Inferno -- by Dante Alighieri
511.) Purgatorio -- by Dante Alighieri
512.) Paradiso -- by Danta Alighieri
513.) The Pilgrim's Progress -- by John Bunyan
514.) The Canterbury Tales -- by Geoffrey Chaucer
515.) Animal Farm -- by George Orwell
516.) 1984 -- by George Orwell
517.) Journey to the Center of the Earth -- by Jules Verne
518.) From the Earth to the Moon -- by Jules Verne
519.) Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea -- by Jules Verne
520.) Around the World in Eighty Days -- by Jules Verne
521.) The Time Machine -- by H.G. Wells
522.) The Island of Doctor Moreau -- by H.G. Wells
523.) The Invisible Man -- by H.G. Wells
524.) The War of the Worlds -- by H.G. Wells
525.) Vampires and Vampirism -- by Montague Summers
526.) Dracula -- by Bram Stoker
527.) Frankenstein -- by Mary Shelley
528.) The Phantom of the Opera -- by Gaston Leroux
529.) Vampires -- edited by Alan Ryan
530.) Fahrenheit 451 -- by Ray Bradbury
531.) The Martian Chronicles -- by Ray Bradbury
532.) Starship Troopers -- by Robert A. Heinlein
533.) Stranger in a Strange Land -- by Robert A. Heinlein
534.) Friday -- by Robert A. Heinlein
535.) Job: A Comedy of Justice -- by Robert A. Heinlein
536.) The Complete Sherlock Holmes, Vol. 1 -- by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
537.) The Complete Sherlock Holmes, Vol. 2 -- by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
538.) The Adventures of Tom Sawyer -- by Mark Twain
539.) The Prince and the Pauper -- by Mark Twain
540.) Adventures of Huckleberry Finn -- by Mark Twain
541.) A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court -- by Mark Twain
542.) The Tragedy of Pudd'nhead Wilson -- by Mark Twain
543.) Complete Short Stories -- by Mark Twain
544.) The Complete Works of Shakespeare -- by William Shakespeare
545.) Coma -- by Robin Cook
546.) Saga of Old City -- by Gary Gygax
547.) How to Land a Job in Journalism -- by Phil Swann and Ed Achorn
548.) The Stepford Wives -- by Ira Levin
549.) The Tomb and Other Tales -- by H.P. Lovecraft
550.) Classical Mythology -- by Mark P.O. Morford and Robert J. Lenardon
551.) 50 Hikes in Ohio -- by Ralph Ramey
552.) The Good Brother -- by Chris Offutt
553.) Unsinkable: The Full Story of the RMS Titanic -- by Daniel Allen Butler
554.) Cigar Aficionado's Art of Cigars -- edited by Marvin R. Shanken
555.) The Bridges of Madison County -- by Robert James Waller
556.) The Dungeon Master: The Disappearance of James Dallas Egbert III -- by William Dear
557.) Rosemary's Baby -- by Ira Levin
558.) Visions of Mary -- by Peter Eicher
559.) Book of Exalted Deeds (D&D 3.5) -- by Darrin Drader, Christopher Perkins and James Wyatt
560.) Book of Vile Darkness (D&D 3.) -- by Monte Cook
561.) Player's Handbook (D&D 3.5) -- by Monte Cook, Jonathan Tweet and Skip Williams
562.) Player's Handbook (D&D 3.0) -- by Monte Cook, Jonathan Tweet and Skip Williams
563.) Planar Handbook (D&D 3.5) -- by Bruce R. Cordell and Gwendolyn F.M. Kestrel
564.) Dungeon Master's Guide (D&D 3.0) -- by Monte Cook, Skip Williams and Jonathan Tweet
565.) Monster Manual (D&D 3.0) -- by Monte Cook, Skip Williams and Jonathan Tweet
566.) Complete Adventurer (D&D 3.5) -- by Jesse Decker
567.) Complete Warrior (D&D 3.5) -- by David Noonan, Ed Stark and Andy Collins
568.) Complete Scoundrel (D&D 3.5) -- by Mike McArtor and F. Wesley Schneider
569.) Living Greyhadk Gazetteer (D&D 3.0) -- by Gary Holian, Erik Mona, Sean K. Reynolds and Frederick Weining
570.) Deities and Demigods (D&D 3.0) -- by Skip Williams, Rich Redman and James Wyatt
571.) Epic Level Handbook (D&D 3.) -- by Andy Collins, Bruce R. Cordell and Thomas M. Reid
572.) Heroes of Horror (D&D 3.5) -- by James Wyatt, C.A. Suleiman and Ari Marmell
573.) Manual of the Planes (D&D 3.0) -- by Jeff Grubb, Bruce R. Cordell and David Noonan
574.) Masters of the Wild (D&D 3.0) -- by Mike Selinker and David Eckelberry
575.) Monster Compendium: Monsters of Faerun (D&D 3.0) -- by James Wyatt and Rob Heinsoo
576.) Miniatures Handbook (D&D 3.0) -- by Michael Donais, Skaff Elias, Jonathan Tweet and Rob Heinsoo
577.) Sword and Fist (D&D 3.0) -- by Jason Carl
578.) Tome and Blood (D&D3.0) -- by Bruce R. Cordell and Skip Williams
579.) Unearthed Arcana (D&D 3.5) -- by Andy Collins, Jesse Decker, Rich Redman and David Noonan
580.) Dragonquest (3rd edition) -- by Eric Goldberg, Gerard C. Klug, David James Ritchie, Edward J. Woods and Redmnd A. Simonson
581.) Car Wars (2nd edition) -- by Steve Jackson Games
582.) Star Frontiers: Alpha Dawn -- edited by Steve Winter
583.) Star Frontiers: Knight Hawks -- edited by Steve Winter and staff
584.) Sword & Sorcery: Creature Collection (D20) -- by staff
585.) Sword & Sorcery: Relics & Rituals (D20) -- by Gary Gygax and staff
586.) Dr. Who Role Playing Game -- by FASA
587.) Middle-Earth Role Playing (1st edition) -- by Iron Crown Enterprises
588.) Traveller (1st edition) -- by Marc Miller
589.) Marvel Super Heroes -- by Jeff Grubb
590.) Marvel Super Heroes Advanced -- by Jeff Grubb
591.) Boot Hill (2nd edition) -- by Brian Blume and Gary Gygax
592.) Gunslinger (1st edition) -- by Avalon Hill
593.) Players Handbook (AD&D 1.0) -- by Gary Gygax
594.) Monster Manual (AD&D 1.0) -- by Gary Gygax
595.) Monster Manual II (AD&D 1.0) -- by Gary Gygax
596.) Fiend Folio (AD&D 1.0) -- edited by Don Turnbull
597.) Oriental Adventures (AD&D 1.0) -- by Gary Gygax
598.) Arms and Equipment Guide (D&D 3.0) -- by Eric Cagle, Jesse Decker, Jeff Quick, Rich Redman and James Wyatt
599.) Deities & Demigods (AD&D 1.0) -- by TSR

600.) Dungeon Masters Guide (AD&D 1.0) -- by Gary Gygax
601.) Wilderness Survival Guide (AD&D 1.0) - by Kim Mohan
602.) Unearthed Arcana (AD&D 1.0) -- by Gary Gygax
603.) Dungeoneer's Survival Guide (AD&D 1.0) -- by Douglas Niles
604.) Battle System Fantasy Combat SUpplement (AD&D 1.0) -- by TSR
605.) Castle Greyhawk (AD&D 1.0) -- by Mike Breault
606.) The Temple of Elemental Evil (AD&D 1.0) -- by Thomas M. Reid
607.) World of Greyhawk boxed set (AD&D 1.0) -- by Gary Gygax
608.) Queen of the Spiders (AD&D 1.0) -- by Gary Gygax
609.) Brave New World -- by Matt Forbeck
610.) Weird War II: Blod on the Rhine -- by John R. Hopler and Shane Lacy Hensley
611.) Deadlands: Hell on Earth -- by Shane Lacy Hensley
612.) Deadlands: The Weird West Player's Guide -- by Shane Lacy Hensley
613.) Deadlands: Marshal's Guide -- by Shane Lacy Hensley
614.) Deadlands D20 -- by Pinnacle Entertainment
615.) Tales of Terror: 1877 (Deadlands) -- by Christopher McGlothlin, Shane Lacy Hensley, John Hopler and Steven S. Long
616.) Marshal Law (Deadlands) -- by John R. Hopler, Shane Lacy Hensley and Paul Daly
617.) Hucksters & Hexes (Deadlands) -- by John R. Hopler, John Goff and Matt Forbeck
618.) Smith & Robards (Deadlands) -- by John R. Hopler, Matt Forbeck and Barry Doyle
619.) Back East: South (Deadlands) -- by Steven S. Long, CHristopher McGlothlin and Ken Hite
620.) The Agency: Men in Black Dusters (Deadlands) -- by John Goff
621.) Deadlands: The Quick & the Dead -- by Shane Lacy Hensley, John Hopler and Matt Forbeck
622.) The Collegium: Perils of the New Science (Deadlands) -- by John Goff
623.) Spirit Warriors (Deadlands) -- by John Hopler
624.) Rascals, Varmints & Critters (Deadlands) -- by Loston Wallace, Matt Forbeck and Hal Mangold
625.) Fire & Brimstone (Deadlands) -- by John Goff, Ashe Marler and Andy Park
626.) South o' the Border (Deadlands) -- by Steven S. Long, Jeff Lahren and Jim Callahan
627.) Rascals, Varmints & Critters 2: The Book of Curses (Deadlands) -- by John Goff, Paul Daly and Hal Mangold
628.) Hexarcana (Deadlands) -- by John Goff
629.) Back East: North (Deadlands) -- by Jack Emmert, Rick Dakan and Michael Phillippi
630.) Law Dogs (Deadlands) -- by Pinnacle Entertainment
631.) Lone Stars: The Texas Rangers (Deadlands) -- by Pinnacle Entertainment
632.) Horrors o' The West (Deadlands D20) -- by Pinnacle Entertainment
633.) Alice's Adventures in Wonderland -- by Lewis Carroll
634.) Through the Looking-Glass -- by Lewis Carroll
635.) Gulliver's Travels -- by Johnathan Swift
636.) The Death of Ivan Ilyich -- by Leo Tolstoy
637.) Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde -- by Robert Louis Stevenson
638.) Treasure Island -- by Robert Louis Stevenson
639.) The Tell-Tale Heart and Other Writings -- by Edgar Allan Poe
640.) The Heart of Darkness & The Secret Sharer -- by Joseph Conrad
641.) Lizzie Bordon" The Legend, the Truth, and the Final Chapter -- by Arnold R. Brown
642.) Lizzie Bordon -- by Elizabeth Engstrom
643.) Depraved: The Definitive True Story of H.H. Holmes -- by Harold Schechter
644.) Deviant: The Shocking True Story of Ed Gein -- by Harold Schechter
645.) The Encyclopidea of Serial Killers -- by Michael Newton
646.) Severed: The True Story of the Black Dahlia Murder -- by John Gilmore
647.) Zodiac -- by Robert Graysmith
648.) The Killers Among Us -- by Colin Wilson and Damon Wilson
649.) Cobb: A Biography -- by Al Stump
650.) Monica Speaks -- by Monica Lewinsky and Joey Green
651.) The Walrus was Paul -- by R. Gary Patterson
652.) Billy the Kid: A Short and Violent Life -- by Robert M. Utley
653.) Lost Prince: The Unsolved Mystery of Kaspar Hauser -- by Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson
654.) John Wayne: American -- by Randy Roberts and James S. Olson
655.) Clint Eastwood -- by Richard Schickel
656.) Rebel Private: Front and Rear: Memoirs of a Confederate Soldier -- by William A. Fletcher
657.) Among Grizzlies: Living with Wild Bears in Alaska -- by Timothy Treadwell and Jewel Palovak
658.) The Life of Charlie Chaplin -- by Joyce Milton
659.) Charles Chaplin: My Autobiography -- by Charles Chaplin
660.) My Life -- by Bill Clinton
661.) The Secret Power Within -- by Chuck Norris
662.) Education of a Wandering Man -- by Louis L'Amour
663.) Never Met a Man I Didn't Like -- by Will Rogers and Joseph H. Carter
664.) Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? -- by Philip K. Dick
665.) Gone to Texas -- by Forrest Carter
666.) The Vengeance Trail of Josey Wales -- by Forrest Carter
667.) The Giant, O'Brien -- by Hilary Mantel
668.) The Stories of Breece D'J Pancake -- by Breece D'J Pancake
669.) The International Book of Beer -- by Barrie Pepper
670.) The Beer Lover's Rating Guide -- by Bob Klein
671.) Haunted Mesa -- by Louis L'Amour
672.) The Walking Drum -- by Louis L'Amour
673.) A Man Called Noon -- by Louis L'Amour
674.) American Psycho -- by Bret Easton Ellis
675.) Fight Club -- by Chuck Palahniuk
676.) Survivor -- by Chuck Palahniuk
677.) The Road Less Traveled: A New Psychology of Love, Traditional Values and Spiritual Growth -- by M. Scott Peck
678.) People of the Lie: The Hope for Healing Human Evil -- by M. Scott Peck
679.) The Different Drum: Community Making and Peace -- by M. Scott Peck
680.) A World Waiting to be Born: Civility Rediscovered -- by M. Scott Peck
681.) Further Along the Road Less Traveled -- by M. Scott Peck
682.) In Search of Stones: A Pilgrimage of Faith, Reason and Discovery -- by M. Scott Peck
683.) The Road Less Traveled and Beyond: Spiritual Growth in the Age of Anxiety -- by M. Scott Peck
684.) Denial of the Soul: Spiritual and Medical Perspectives in Euthanasia and Mortality -- by M. Scott Peck
685.) Armed and Dangerous: A Writer's Guide to Weapons -- by Michael Newton
686.) How to Write Science Fiction & Fantasy -- by Orson Scott Card
687.) The Writer's Complete Fantasy Reference -- by Writer's Digest Books and Terry Brooks
688.) Lew Hunter's Screenwriting 434 -- by Lew Hunter
689.) How Not to Write a Screenplay -- by Denny Martin Flinn
690.) Secrets of Film Writing -- by Tom Lazarus
691.) Screenplay -- by Syd Field
692.) Writer's Encyclopedia -- edited by Amanda Boyd
693.) The Marshall Plan for Getting Your Novel Published -- by Evan Marshall
694.) The Pocket Muse -- by Monica Wood
695.) Scene of the Crime: A Writer's Guide to Crime-scene Investigations -- by Anne Wingate
696.) How to Write Action/Adventure Novels -- by Michael Newton
697.) Malicious Intent: A Writer's Guide to How Murderers, Robbers, Rapists and Other Criminals Think -- by Sean MacTire
698.) The Writer's Complete Crime Reference Book -- by Martin Roth
699.) Body Trauma: A Writer's Guide to Wounds and Injuries -- by David W. Page, M.D.
700.) The Writer's Guide to Everyday Life in the Wild West: From 1840-1900 -- by Candy Moulton

701.) Screenwriting for Dummies -- by Laura Schellhardt
702.) How to Build and Furnish a Log Cabin -- by W. Ben Hunt
703.) Encyclopedia of Western Gunfighters -- by Bill O'Neal
704.) Hanging Judge -- by Fred Harvey Harrington
705.) Newspapering in the Old West -- by Robert F. Karolwitz
706.) Saloons of the Old West -- by Richard Erdoes
707.) Age of the Gunfighter -- by Joseph G. Rosa
708.) The Complete Hunter Muzzeloading -- by Toby Bridges
709.) Encyclopedia of Rifles and Handguns -- edited by Sean Connolly
710.) A Simple Plan -- by Scott Smith
711.) Standard Chess Openings -- by Eric Schiller
712.) House Rabbit Handbook -- by Marinell Harriman
713.) Microbrews -- by Matthew Zimmerman and Chad B Stice
714.) The Sandman Companion -- by Hy Bender
715.) Coffin Hollow & Other Ghost Tales -- compiled by Ruth Ann Musick
716.) The Telltale Lilac Bush & Other West Virginia Ghost Tales -- compiled by Ruth Ann Musick
717.) Chess in a Nutshell -- by Fred Reinfeld
718.) North American Wildlife -- by Reader's Digest
719.) Foxfire 5 -- by Eliot Wigginton and his students
720.) U.S. Army Survival Guide -- by the U.S. Army
721.) Journey Out of the Body -- by Robert A. Monroe
722.) Far Journeys -- by Robert A. Monroe
723.) Ultimate Journey -- by Robert A. Monroe
724.) Sword of the Gael -- by Andrew J. Offutt
725.) Pontius Pilate -- by Paul L. Maier
726.) Mark Dawson's Mastering Simple Facebook Ads for Authors - by Mark Dawson and Kerry Gardiner
727.) Cold Mountain - by Charles Frazier
728.) Life of John Milton - by Richard Garnett
729.) Joshua -- by Joseph Girzone
730.) Joshua and the Children -- by Joseph Girzone
731.) Joshua and the Shepard -- by Joseph Girzone
732.) Joshua in the City -- by Joseph Girzone
733.) Jesus, His Life and Teachings -- by Joseph Girzone
734.) The Stones Cry Out -- by Randall Price
735.) God: A Biography -- by Jack Miles
736.) Josephus: The Essential Works -- by Paul L. Maier
737.) Finding the God of Noah -- by J. David Davis
738.) The Lost Books of the Bible -- by multiple authors
739.) Mephistohles: The Devil in the Modern World -- by Jeffrey Burton Russell
740.) The Hatfields & The McCoys -- by Virgil Carrington Jones
741.) The Man-Eaters of Tsavo -- by Lt. COlonel J.H. Patterson
742.) Man-Eaters of Kumaon -- by Jim Corbett
743.) Ancient Inventions -- by Peter James and Nick Thorpe
744.) Ancient Mysteries -- by Peter James and Nick Thorpe
745.) The Last Two Million Years -- by Reader's Digest
746.) Mysteries of the Unexplained -- by Reader's Digest
747.) The World's Last Mysteries -- by Reader's Digest
748.) America From The Road -- by Reader's Digest
749.) The Man Behind the Iron Mask -- by John Noone
750.) Under the Black Flag -- by David Cordingly
751.) Gunpowder -- by Jack Kelly
752.) The Hellenistic World -- by F.W. Falbank
753.) Gutenberg: How One Man Remade the World with Words -- by John Mann
754.) A History of the Greek City States: 700-338 B.C. -- by Raphael Sealey
755.) Arming America: The Origins of a National Gun Culture -- by Michael A. Bellesiles
756.) The Lore of Ships -- edited by Sam Svensson
757.) The Duel: A History of Duelling -- by Robert Baldick
758.) A History of Rome to A.D. 565 -- by William G. Sinnigen and Arthur E.R. Boak
759.) The World's Great Handguns: From 1450 to the Present Day -- by Roger Ford
760.) Ninjutsu: History and Tradition -- by Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi
761.) A History of Warfare -- by John Keegan
762.) Batman: The Dark Knight Returns -- by Frank Miller
763.) Batman: Year One -- by Frank Miller
764.) Hardboiled -- by Frank Miller
765.) Daredevil: The Man Without Fear -- by Frank Miller
766.) V for Vendetta -- by Alan Moore
767.) Watchmen -- by Alan Moore
768.) Kingdom Come -- by Mark Waid and Alex Ross
769.) Astro City: Life in the Big City -- by Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson
770.) Cerebus -- by Dave Sim
771.) Cerebus: High Society -- by Dave Sim
772.) Cerebus: Church and State I: by Dave Sim and Gerhard
773.) Cerebus: Church and State II: by Dave Sim and Gerhard
774.) Cerebus: Jaka's Story -- by Dave Sim and Gerhard
775.) Cerebus: Melmoth -- by Dave Sim and Gerhard
776.) Cerebus: Flight (Mothers and Daughters vol. 1) -- by Dave Sim and Gerhard
777.) Cerebus: Women (Mothers and Daughters vol. 2) -- by Dave Sim and Gerhard
778.) Cerebus: Reads (Mothers and Daughters vol. 3) -- by Dave Sim and Gerhard
779.) Cerebus: Minds (Mothers and Daughters vol. 4) -- by Dave Sim and Gerhard
780.) Cerebus: Guys -- by Dave Sim and Gerhard
781.) Cerebus: Rick's Story -- by Dave Sim and Gerhard
782.) Cerebus: Going Home (Going Home vol. 1) -- by Dave Sim and Gerhard
783.) Cerebus: Form and Void (Going Home vol. 2) -- by Dave Sim and Gerhard
784.) Batman: The Long Halloween -- by Tim Sale and Jeff Loeb
785.) Superman For All Seasons -- by Tim Sale and Jeff Loeb
786.) Sandman: Preludes and Nocturnes -- by Neil Gaiman
787.) Sandman: The Doll's House -- by Neil Gaiman
788.) Sandman: Dream Country -- by Neil Gaiman
789.) Sandman: Season of Mists -- by Neil Gaiman
790.) Sandman: A Game of You -- by Neil Gaiman
791.) Sandman: Fables and Reflections -- by Neil Gaiman
792.) Sandman: Brief Lives -- by Neil Gaiman
793.) Sandman: Worlds' End -- by Neil Gaiman
794.) Sandman: The Kindly Ones -- by Neil Gaiman
795.) Sandman: The Wake -- by Neil Gaiman
796.) The Books of Magic -- by Neil Gaiman
797.) Batman: The Killing Joke -- by Alan Moore
798.) Signal to Noise -- by Neil Gaiman
799.) Batman: Black and White -- edited by Bob Kahan

800.) Marvels -- by Kurt Busiek and Alex Ross
801.) Batman: Gotham by Gaslight -- by Brian Augustyn and Mike Mignola
802.) The Crow -- by James O'Barr
803.) Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth -- by Grant Morrison and Dave McKean
804.) Batman: Gothic -- by Grant Morrison
805.) Hellblazer: Rake at the Gates of Hell -- by Garth Ennis
806.) Bold in Her Breeches: Women Pirates Across the Ages -- by Jo Stanley
807.) Rasputin: The Saint Who Sinned -- by Brian Moynahan
808.) Come As You Are: The Story of Nirvana -- by Michael Azerrad
809.) Crime of the Century: The Lindbergh Kidnapping Hoax -- by Gregory Ahlgren and Stephen Monier
809.) Dark Arena -- by Mario Puzo
810.) The Godfather -- by Mario Puzo
811.) The Gladiator: The Secret History of Rome's Warrior Slaves -- by Alan Baker
812.) Eldest -- by Christopher Paolini
813.) Killer's Choice -- by Ed McBain
814.) Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee -- by Dee Brown
815.) A Place Called Freedom -- by Ken Follett
816.) The Man With the Golden Gun -- by Ian Fleming
817.) Goldfinger -- by Ian Fleming
818.) Playback -- by Raymond Chandler
819.) The Ruins -- by Scott Smith
820.) Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds -- by Charles Mackay
821.) The Devil Wives of Li Fong -- by E. Hoffman Price
822.) The Fountainhead -- by Ayn Rand
823.) Dr. Who and The Day of the Daleks -- by Terrance Dicks
824.) Dr. Who and The Revenge of the Cybermen -- by Terrance Dicks
825.) Dr. Who and The Seeds of Doom -- by Phillip Hinchcliffe
826.) Dr. Who and The Android Invasion -- by Terrance Dicks
827.) Dr. Who and The Masque of Mandragora -- by Phillip Hinchcliffe
828.) Dr. Who and The Talons of Weng-Chian -- by Terrance Dicks
829.) Dr. Who and The Lock Ness Monster -- by Terrance Dicks
830.) Dr. Who and The Doomsday Weapon -- by Malcolm Hulke
831.) Dr. Who and The Dinosaur Invasion -- by Malcolm Hulke
832.) Dr. Who and The Deadly Assassin -- by Terrance Dicks
833.) Dr. Who and The Horror of Fang Rock -- by Terrance Dicks
834.) Dr. Who and The Sontaran Experiment -- by Ian Marter
835.) Dr. Who and The Claws of Axos -- by Terrance Dicks
836.) Dr. Who and The Destiny of the Daleks -- by Terrance Dicks
837.) Dr. Who and The Genesis of the Daleks -- by Terrance Dicks
838.) Dr. Who and The Carnival of Monsters -- by Terrance Dicks
838.) Dr. Who and The Ark in Space -- by Ian Marter
839.) Dr. Who and The Android Invasion -- by Terrance Dicks
840.) Dr. Who and The Green Death -- by Malcolm Hulke
841.) Dr. Who and The Sea Devils -- by Malcolm Hulke
842.) Dr. Who and The Curse of Peladon -- by Brian Hayles
843.) Dr. Who and The Daemons -- by Berry Lettis
844.) Dr. Who and The Sunmakers -- by Terrance Dicks
845.) Dr. Who: Time-Flight -- by Peter Grimwalde
846.) Dr. Who and The Visitation -- by Eric Saward
847.) The Alienist -- by Caleb Carr
848.) The Colorado Kid -- by Stephen King
849.) One Thousand and One Ghosts -- by Alexandre Dumas
850.) Guns of the South -- by Harry Turtledove
851.) Cell -- by Stephen King
852.) Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallow -- by J.K. Rowling
853.) The King of Elfland's Daughter -- by Lord Dunsany
854.) Confessions of Henry Lee Lucas -- by Harvey Cox
855.) Fear -- by Ron Hubbard
856.) The Rise of Magic in Early Medieval Europe -- by Valerie I.J. Flint
857.) Grendel -- by John Gardner
858.) No Exit -- by Jean-Paul Sartre
859.) 20th Anniversary of Dr. Who -- various authors
860.) Horrorween -- by Al Sarrantonio
861.) Rant -- by Chuck Palahniuk
862.) Encyclopedia Horrifica -- by Joshua Gee
863.) Charles I -- by Christopher Hibbert
864.) The Iron Lords -- by Andrew Offutt
865.) Scaramouche -- by Rafael Sabatini
866.) Waylander -- by David Gemmel
867.) Whispers in the Night -- edited by Brandon Massey
868.) The Princes of the Golden Cage -- by Nathalie Mallet
869.) Daily Life in Medieval Times -- by Frances and Joseph Gies
870.) Dune -- by Frank Herbert
871.) Star Wars: Tales from the Mos Eisley Cantina -- edited by Kevin J. Anderson
872.) 99 Coffins -- by David Wellington
873.) Dexter in the Dark -- by Jeff Lindsay
874.) The Martian Child -- by David Gerrold
875.) Seventh Son -- by Orson Scott Card
876.) Dusk Before the Dawn -- by Larry Ketchersid
877.) Red Prophet -- by Orson Scott Card
878.) A Princess of Mars -- by Edgar Rice Burroughs
879.) Njal's Saga -- translated by Lee M. Hollander
880.) Inferno -- edited by Ellen Datlow
881.) Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street -- edited by Robert L. Mack
882.) The Hitler Salute -- by Tilman Alert, translated by Jefferson Chase
883.) Goodbye Mexico -- by Phillip Jennings
884.) The Ancient -- by R.A. Salvatore
885.) The Return of the Sword -- edited by Jason Waltz
886.) The Postman -- David Brin
887.) Beyond Band of Brothers -- by Major Dick Winters
888.) The Last Secret of Fatima -- by Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone
889.) Lady Killer -- by Ed McBain
890.) Tales from Margaritaville -- by Jimmy Buffett
891.) The SFWA European Hall of Fame -- edited by James Morrow and Kathryn Morrow
892.) The Founders' Second Amendment -- by Stephen P. Halbrook
893.) Paradise Lost - by John Milton
894.) Devil May Care - by Sebastian Faulks
895.) The Tomb - by F. Paul Wilson
896.) The Spear - by James Herbert
897.) Sepulchre - by James Herbert
898.) Gates of Fire - by Steven Pressfield
899.) Night - by Elie Wiesel

900.) The Flip Side - by Flip Flippen
901.) City of the Dead - by Brian Keene
902.) The Grin of the Dark - by Ramsey Campbell
903.) The Bonehunters - by Steven Erikson
904.) Sorceress of the Witch World - by Andre Norton
905.) Alexander of Macedon - by Harold Lamb
906.) Fletch - by Gregory McDonald
907.) Confess, Fletch - by Gregory McDonald
908.) Swords Against Darkness III - edited by Andrew J. Offutt
909.) Bran Mak Morn - by Robert E. Howard
910.) The Dying Earth - by Jack Vance
911.) The Last Colony - by John Scalzi
912.) Zoe's Tale - by John Scalzi
913.) The Last Dance - by Ed McBain
914.) Neuromancer - by William Gibson
915.) Heat - by Ed McBain
916.) Jamie the Red - by Gordon R. Dickson with Roland Green
917.) Cheaper by the Dozen - by Frank Gilbreth, Jr. and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey
918.) Money Money Money - by Ed McBain
919.) Flashing Swords! 4: Barbarians and Black Magicians - edited by Lin Carter
920.) Monsters - by Vincent Price
921.) Vincent Price, his movies, his plays, his life - by Vincent Price
922.) From a Buick 8 - by Stephen King
923.) Shane - by Jack Schaefer
924.) Velocity - by Dean Koontz
925.) The Shack - by William Paul Young
926.) Battle Royale - by Koushun Takami
927.) The Road - by Cormac McCarthy
928.) The Ox-Bow Incident -- by Walter Van Tilburg Clark
929.) Flashing Swords! 5: Demons and Daggers - edited by Lin Carter
930). Legend - by David Gemmell
931.) McTeague - by Frank Norris
932.) Orca - by Arthur Herzog
933.) Jaws - by Peter Benchley
934.) 2001: A Space Odyssey - by Arthur C. Clarke
935.) Why I Write - by George Orwell
936.) The Mugger - by Ed McBain
937.) Deadlines: An Anthology of Horror and Dark Fiction - edited by Cheryl Mullenax
938.) Perpetuity - by Dr. David Chambers
939.) We Have Always Lived in the Castle - by Shirley Jackson
940.) The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy - by Douglas Adams
941.) The Godfather's Revenge - by Mike Winegardner
942.) The Simple Art of Murder - by Raymond Chandler
943.) Tricks - by Ed McBain
944.) Dreamcatcher - by Stephen King
945.) The Scarlet Letter - by Nathaniel Hawthorne
946.) Black Hawk Down - by Mark Bowden
947.) The Battle of Mogadishu - edited by Matt Eversmann and Dan Schilling
948.) Ten Plus One - by Ed McBain
949.) Hail, Hail, The Gang's All Here - by Ed McBain
950.) Lullaby - by Ed McBain
951.) Doctor Faustus - by Christopher Marlowe
952.) One Who Walked Alone - Robert E. Howard: The Final Years - by Novalyne Price Ellis
953.) Boxing Stories - by Robert E. Howard, edited by Chris Gruber
954.) A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man - by James Joyce
955.) Lady Chaterley's Lover - by D. H. Lawrence
956.) The Scarlet Pimpernel - by Baroness Orczy
957.) Something Wicked This Way Comes - by Ray Bradbury
958.) Afraid - by Jack Kilborn
959.) Silver Phoenix - by Cindy Pon
960.) Hark! - by Ed McBain
961.) Let's Hear it for the Deaf Man - by Ed McBain
962.) We the Living - by Ayn Rand
963.) Lassie Come Home - by Eric Knight
964.) Harbingers - by F. Paul Wilson
965.) The House of the Seven Gables - by Nathaniel Hawthorne
966.) Monster Planet - by David Wellington
967.) Serial - by Jack Kilborn and Blake Crouch
968.) Lisey's Story - by Stephen King
969.) Roughing It - by Mark Twain
970.) First Blood - by David Morrell
971.) Little Brother - by Cory Doctorow
972.) Don Pendleton's The Executioner #357: Extreme Justice - by Mike Newton
973.) Rage of the Behemoth - edited by Jason M. Waltz
974.) Don Pendleton's The Executioner #341: Rebel Force - by Nathan Meyer
975.) Doll - by Ed McBain
976.) Blood and Thunder: The Life and Art of Robert E. Howard - by Mark Finn
977.) Don Pendleton's The Executioner #365: Collision Course - by Nathan Meyer
978.) Dark Deceiver - by Pamela Palmer
979.) Darkness Weaves - by Karl Edward Wagner
980.) The Complete Plays of Aristophanes - edited by Moses Hadas
981.) The Trial - by Franz Kafka
982.) How to Win Friends and Influence People - by Dale Carnegie
983.) Darkness, Tell Us - by Richard Laymon
984.) Vespers - by Ed McBain
985.) Selected Stories of O. Henry - by O. Henry
986.) The Hour of the Dragon - by Robert E. Howard
987.) Kull: Exile of Atlantis - by Robert E. Howard
988.) The Science of God - by Gerald L. Schroeder
989.) Midnight Falcon - by David Gemmell
990.) Midnight Tides - by Steven Erikson
991.) Some of Your Blood - by Theodore Sturgeon
992.) American on Purpose - by Craig Ferguson
993.) American Rebel: The Life of Clint Eastwood - by Marc Eliot
994.) Gardens of the Moon - by Steven Erikson
995.) Anthem - by Ayn Rand
996.) The Book of Five Rings - by Miyamoto Musashi, translated by Ashikaga Yoshiharu and Rosemary Brant
997.) The Book of Five Rings - by Miyamoto Musashi, translated by Thomas Cleary
998.) The Narcissism Epidemic: Living in the Age of Entitlement - by Jean M. Twenge, Ph.D., and W. Keith Campbell, Ph.D.
999.) Death Troopers - by Joe Schreiber

1000.) Red Harvest - by Dashiell Hammett
1001.) No Exit - by Jean-Paul Sartre
1002.) The Secret Life of Houdini - by William Kalush and Larry Sloman
1003.) The Call of the Wild and White Fang - by Jack London
1004.) Deadhouse Gates - by Steven Erikson
1005.) Life in Rewind - by Terry Weible Murphy with Edward E. Zine and Michael A. Jenike, M.D.
1006.) Night of Knives - by Ian C. Esslemont
1007.) Memories of Ice - by Steven Erikson
1008.) Plunkitt of Tammany Hall - by William L. Riordan
1009.) The Bleeder Collection - by Jesse Dedman
1010.) The Life of Billy the Kid - by Pat F. Garrett
1011.) On Moral Fiction - by John Gardner
1012.) War and Peace - by Leo Tolstoy
1013.) Reading Jesus - by Mary Gordon
1014.) House of Chains - by Steven Erikson
1015.) The Velveteen Rabbit - by Margery Williams
1016.) Demons: A Clash of Steel Anthology - edited by Jason M. Waltz
1017.) In the Realm of the Wolf (Waylander II) - by David Gemmell
1018.) Becoming an Indie Author - by Zoe Winters
1019.) Genghis Khan: Emperor of All Men - by Harold Lamb
1020.) The Weight of Blood - by David Dalglish
1021.) Reaper's Gale - by Steven Erikson
1022.) A Tale of Two Cities - by Charles Dickens
1023.) Great Battles in History: The Battle of Britain - by Earle Rice
1024.) True Grit - by Charles Portis
1025.) Wicked - by Gregory Maguire
1026.) The Art of Money-Getting - by P.T. Barnum
1027.) The Enemies of Books - by William Blades
1028.) Firearms Curiosa - by Lewis Winant
1029.) The Illustrated Man - by Ray Bradbury
1030.) The Cradle of Ruin: Detective Michaels - by Jesse Dedman
1031.) The Willows - by Algernon Blackwood
1032.) The Varieties of Religious Experience - by William James
1033.) He Who Hesitates - by Ed McBain
1034.) The Gods-Forsaken World - by Steve Goble
1035.) Crime Scene at Cardwell Ranch - by B.J. Daniels
1036.) The Mysterious Island - by Jules Verne
1037.) One Hundred Years of Solitude - by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
1038.) 33 A.D. - by David McAfee
1039.) A Confederacy of Dunces - by John Kennedy Toole
1040.) Increase Your Web Traffic in a Weekend - by Jerry Lee Ford, Jr. and William R. Stanek
1041.) A Narrative of the Mutiny on Board His Majesty's Ship Bounty - by William Bligh
1042.) Cyrano de Bergerac - by Edmond Rostand
1043.) Grumbles from the Grave - by Robert A. Heinlein, edited by Virginia Heinlein
1044.) Paradise Regained - by John Milton
1045.) Books - by Larry McMurtry
1046.) Swords of Talera - y Charles Allen Gramlich
1047.) High Fidelity - by Nick Hornby
1048.) The Physick Book of Deliverance Dane - by Katherine Howe
1049.) The Haunting of Hill House - by Shirley Jackson
1050.) Creating Characters - by Dwight V. Swain
1051.) Henry Horn's X-Ray Eye Glasses - by Dwight V. Swain
1052.) Are We Rome? - by Cullen Murphy
1053.) The Turn of the Screw - by Henry James
1054.) First Draft in 30 Days - Karen S. Wiesner
1055.) The Gateway (Harbinger of Doom Volume I) - by Glenn G. Thater
1056.) The Black God's War: A Novella - by Moses Siregar III
1057.) Temple of Strays - by R. Thomas Riley
1058.) Toll the Hounds - by Steven Erikson
1059.) While the Morning Stars Sing - edited by Lyndon Perry
1060.) How I Sold 1 Million eBooks in 5 Months - by John Locke
1061.) Bauchelain and Korbal Broach - by Steven Erikson
1062.) Lost Treasures of American History - by W.C. Jameson
1063.) The Early History of the Airplane - by Orville and Wilbur Wright
1064.) Dust of Dreams - by Steven Erikson
1065.) The First Ten Steps - by M.R. Mathias
1066.) Format Your Ebook for Kindle in One Hour - by Derek J. Canyon
1067.) Stonehenge Today and Yesterday - by Frank Stevens
1068.) Woodworking Tools 1600-1900 - by Peter C. Welsh
1069.) The Resurrection - by H.A. Parker
1070.) The Confessions of St. Augstine - by St. Augustine, edited by Edward Bouverie Pusey
1071.) The Con Man - by Ed McBain
1072.) The First Dragoneer - by M.R. Mathias
1073.) White Wolf - by David Gemmell
1074.) A Space Between (A Tale of the Endlands) - by Scott Fitzgerald Gray
1075.) The Price of Numbers - by Thomas K. Carpenter
1076.) Old Man's War - by John Scalzi
1077.) The Crippled God - by Steven Erikson
1078.) Dreams in Shadow - edited by Scott Fitzgerald Gray
1079.) The Traveler in Black - by John Brunner
1080.) Time in a Bottle - edited by Paul Wittine
1081.) The Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki - by United States Army Corps of Engineers, Manhattan District
1082.) Antarktos Rising - by Jeremy Robinson
1083.) The Castle of Otranto - by Horace Walpole
1084.) How to Read Literature Like a Professor - by Thomas C. Foster
1085.) Tolstoy on Shakespeare - by Leo Tolstoy
1086.) Ghosts - by Ed McBain
1087.) Just After Sunset - by Stephen King
1088.) Dandelion Wine - by Ray Bradbury
1089.) Camille - by Alexandre Dumas
1090.) Yesterday's Gone: Episode 1 - by Sean Platt and David Wright
1091.) Yesterday's Gone: Episode 2 - by Sean Platt and David Wright
1092.) World Without End - by Ken Follett
1093.) Echoes of Olympus - by Darrin Drader
1094.) Breaking an Empire - by James Tallett
1095.) Mary, Mary - by Ed McBain
1096.) Secrets of Successful Writers - edited by Darrell Pitt
1097.) The Monster of Florence - by Douglas Preston and Mario Spezi
1098.) Bullets and Fire - by Joe R. Lansdale
1099.) Duma Key - by Stephen King

1100.) Tarzan of the Apes - by Edgar Rice Burroughs
1101.) Effortless Marketing - by Jeff Rivera
1102.) The Secrets to Ebook Publishing Success -- Mark Coker
1103.) About a Boy - by Nick Hornby
1104.) Curious Myths of the Middle Ages - by Sabine Baring-Gould
1105.) The Voice (Tales of the Endlands) - by Scott Fitzgerald Gray
1106.) Harvest of War - by Charles Allen Gramlich
1107.) Write Good or Die - edited by Scott Nicholson
1108.) Swords Against Tomorrow - edited by Robert Haskins
1109.) Break Into Fiction - by Dianna Love and Mary Buckham
1110.) In Love With Eleanor Rigby -- by Stacey Cochran
1111.) Candide - by Voltaire
1112.) Voltaire's Adventures Before Candide - by Martin Gibb
1113.) The Maltese Falcon - by Dashiell Hammett
1114.) Masks -- by Evangeline Anderson
1115.) Hunting Evander - by Kim Knox
1116.) The Ghost Pirates - by William Hope Hodgson
1117.) The Queen of the Swords - by Michael Moorcock
1118.) We Can Be Heroes - by Scott Fitzgerald Gray
1119.) Dastardly Bastard - by Edward Lorn
1120.) Heart-Shaped Box - by Joe Hill
1121.) Conspiracies - by F. Paul Wilson
1122.) The Butcher's Boy - by Michael Robb Mathias
1123.) On the Good, Red Road - by Blake Crouch
1124.) Gladly the Cross-Eyed Bear - by Ed McBain
1125.) The Story of the Outlaw: A Study of the Western Desperado - by Emerson Hough
1126.) Riders of the Purple Sage - by Zane Grey
1127.) The Author's Marketing Handbook - by Claire Ryan
1128.) Kiss - by Ed McBain
1129.) Carved in Memory - by Ethan Jones
1130.) The Disembodied - by John Grover
1131.) Peace Like A River - by Leif Enger
1132.) Cross - by James Patterson
1133.) Odd Thomas - by Dean Koontz
1134.) Drawing Book of Faces - by Ed Emberley
1135.) Drawing Book of Animals - by Ed Emberley
1136.) Ed Emberley's Drawing Book: Make a World - by Ed Emberley
1137.) The Last Confession - by Ethan Jones
1138.) Flashing Swords #1 - edited by Lin Carter
1139.) Northanger Abbey - by Jane Austen
1140.) Brunner the Bounty Hunter - by C. L. Werner
1141.) Shotgun - by Ed McBain
1142.) Charade You Are - by Reagan Pheasant
1143.) Horns - by Joe Hill
1144.) We Who Are Alive and Remain - by Marcus Brotherton
1145.) Bread - by Ed McBain
1146.) Dirty Harry - by Phillip Rock
1147.) Jonathan Livingston Seagull - by Richard Bach
1148.) Breakfast at Tiffany's - by Truman Capote
1149.) Lessons (and Other Morbid Drabbles) - by Michael Crane
1150.) Ielle: A Realm of Janos Novel - by Andre SanThomas
1151.) The Time Traveler's Wife - by Audrey Niffenegger
1152.) ROAR: A Wardstone Short - by M. R. Mathias
1153.) The Historian - by Elizabeth Kostova
1154.) Reminiscences of Tolstoy - by Count Ilya Tolstoy, translated by George Calderon
1155.) Annals of the Black Company - by Glen Cook
1156.) Sword Bearer (Book One: Return of the Dragons) - by Teddy Jacobs
1157.) Memoirs of a Geisha - by Arthur Golden
1158.) The Wolf and The Fox - by Silvano Martina
1159.) Crimzon & Clover - by M.R. Mathias
1160.) Wool - by Hugh Howey
1161.) What the Dark Brings - by Edward Lorn
1162.) Poems by Emily Dickinson, Three Series, Complete - by Emily Dickinson
1163.) The 120 Days of Sodom & Other Writings - by Marquis De Sade, translated and compiled by Austryn Wainhouse and Richard Seaver
1164.) Doctors Who Killed - by R.J. Parker
1165.) And Then There Were None - by Agatha Christie
1166.) The End of the World - by Andrew Biss
1167.) Band of Brothers - by Stephen E. Ambrose
1168.) Broad-Sword and Single-Stick - by Rowland George Allanson-Winn and Clive Phillipps-Wolley
1169.) Tolstoy - by A. N. Wilson
1170.) Smite Me, Oh Dark One - by Steve Thomas
1171.) The Repairman - by Harry Harrison
1172.) Jesus - by A. N. Wilson
1173.) Countenance of War - by J.R. Tomlin
1174.) Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell - by Susanna Clarke
1175.) Lost - by Gregory Maguire
1176.) The Viscount and the Witch - by Michael J. Sullivan
1177.) The Wolf and the Magic - by Damien Richard
1178.) Sadie When She Died - by Ed McBain
1179.) The Book You Shouldn't Have Read - by Pheng Taing
1180.) The Greatest Baseball Stories Ever Told - edited by Jeff Silverman
1181.) For Love of the Game - by Michael Shaara
1182.) The Kingdom of God is Within You - by Leo Tolstoy, translated by Constance Garnett
1183.) The Art of War - by Sun Tzu, translated by Lionel Giles
1184.) The Art of War - by Antoine-Henri, Baron de Jomini, translated by Capt. G.H. Mendell
1185.) The Art of War - by Niccolo Machiavelli, translated by Ellis Farneworth
1186.) Fiction Techniques #1: Creating Suspense - by Charles Gramlich
1187.) Fiction Techniques #2: Characters Wanted - by Charles Gramlich
1188.) The Amazon Analytics Bible - by Tom Corson-Knowles
1189.) The Hunger Games - by Suzanne Collins
1190.) The Road to Grafenwöhr - by Edward C. Patterson
1191.) Little Big Man - by Thomas Berger
1192.) Hal Spacejock - by Simon Haynes
1193.) Writing Fantasy Heroes - edited by Jason M. Waltz
1194.) Micro Weird: Tiny Tales of the Strange - by Charles Gramlich
1195.) Inkheart - by Cornelia Funke
1196.) Dro2wn - by Joshua Wright
1197.) Fools Die - by Mario Puzo
1198.) The Once and Future King - by T.H. White
1199.) The Book of Merlyn - by T.H. White

1200.) Pushed Too Far - by Ann Voss Peterson
1201.) Pathfinder Core Rulebook - by Paizo Publishing
1202.) In the Suicide Mountains - by John Gardner
1203.) Aesop's Fables: A New Translation - by Aesop, translation by V.S. Vernon Jones
1204.) The Dog That Talked to God - by Jim Kraus
1205.) The Secret Holocaust Diaries - by Nonna Bannister with Denise George and Carolyn Tomlin
1206.) Your Path to Publication - by Kim Wright
1207.) Days of Beer: A Memoir of a Beer Drinkin' Man - by Charles Gramlich
1208.) Cla$$war #1 - by Rob Williams, illustrations by Trevor Hairsine
1209.) The Best of H.P. Lovecraft - by H.P. Lovecraft
1210.) Word eBook Formatting - by Charles Findlay
1211.) The Curious Case of Benjamin Button - by F. Scott Fitzgerald
1212.) Island - by Aldous Huxley
1213.) The Saint-Germain Chronicles - by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
1214.) Romance - by Ed McBain
1215.) The Somali Doctrine - by James Grenton
1216.) Altered States - by Paul J. Newell
1217.) Make Money Online: Become a Virtual Assistant - by Andrea Walters
1218.) A Land of Ash - edited by David Dalglish
1219.) De Bello Lemures, Or The Roman War Against the Zombies of Armorica - by Thomas Brookside
1220.) Walden and Civil Disobedience - by Henry David Thoreau
1221.) What is Art? - by Leo Tolstoy
1222.) The Art of Fiction - by John Gardner
1223.) Forensics for Dummies - by D.P. Lyle, MD
1224.) Sell Your Book: 75 Ebook Promotion Sites - by Greg Strandberg
1225.) Freedom - by Jonathan Franzen
1226.) Worth Dying For - by Lee Child
1227.) The House on Gaston - by Tony Cope
1228.) Haunted Savannah - by James Caskey
1229.) Astro City #1 - by Kurt Busiek, Alex Ross, and Brent Anderson
1230.) Mad #1 - edited by Harvey Kurtzman
1231.) Candyland - by Evan Hunter and Ed McBain
1232.) An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge - by Ambrose Bierce
1233.) The Sicilian - by Mario Puzo
1234.) The Murder of King Tut - by James Patterson and Martin Dugard
1235.) Magic of Thieves: Legends of Dimmingwood, Book I - by C. Greenwood
1236.) The Revenant Pact: The Chronicles of Drasule, Book I - by Megan R. Miller
1237.) Implements of Sacrifice - by anonymous
1238.) Brood of Bones - by A.E. Marling
1239.) Dead Things - by Matt Darst
1240.) Little Women - by Louisa May Alcott
1241.) The Turtle Boy - by Kealan Patrick Burke
1242.) Heart in the Right Place - by Carolyn Jourdan
1243.) The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government - by Jefferson Davis
1244.) Mischief - by Ed McBain
1245.) So Long As You Both Shall Live - Ed McBain
1246.) Crawlspace - by Evans Light
1247.) The Gate House - by Nelson Demille
1248.) Chill Factor - by Sandra Brown
1249.) Cruelty (Episode: One) - by Edward Lorn
1250.) Replay - by Ken Grimwood
1251.) Epic - by John Eldredge
1252.) Mere Christianity - by C.S. Lewis
1253.) Wool (omnibus) - by Hugh Howey
1254.) Blood (The Brotherhood Saga, Book 1) - by Kody Boye
1255.) Stone of Tears (The Sword of Truth #2) - by Terry Goodkind
1256.) Amber Magic - by B.V. Larson
1257.) The Next Place - by Warren Hanson
1258.) Evidence That Demands a Verdict, Volume 1 - by Josh McDowell
1259.) Evidence That Demands a Verdict, Volume 2 - by Josh McDowell
1260.) Simple Sabotage Field Manual - by the Office of Strategic Services
1261.) How Jesus Became God - by Bart Ehrman
1262.) A Portrait of Jackson County, Kentucky, 1858-2008 - by The Jackson County Development Association
1263.) Water Walker: The Outlaw Chronicles, Episode 1 - by Ted Dekker
1264.) Blood Red Rings - by Rick Mofina
1265.) Blaze - by Richard Bachman (Stephen King)
1266.) The Wind Through the Keyhole - by Stephen King
1267.) The Black God's War - by Moses Siregar III
1268.) Titus Awakes: The Lost Book of Gormenghast - by Maeve Gilmore and Mervyn Peake
1269.) Player's Handbook: Dungeons & Dragons - published by Wizards of the Coast
1270.) Pavane - by Keith Roberts
1271.) The Awakened - edited by Hal Greenburg and Neal Levin
1272.) Eight Hour Fiction #3 - by Travis Hill
1273.) Healing Meditations for Surviving Grief & Loss - by Sibel Hodge
1274.) The Problem of Pain - by C.S. Lewis
1275.) A Grief Observed - by C.S. Lewis
1276.) Sidnye (Queen of the Universe) - by Scott Fitzgerald Gray
1277.) The Legacy Inheritance - by Patrick Donnell
1278.) Hobo Zombie - by Karen Lofgren
1279.) I Have No Mouth, And I Must Scream - by Harlan Ellison
1280.) Inventing the Enemy: Essays - by Umberto Eco, translated by Richard Dixon
1281.) Of Dice and Men - by David M. Ewalt
1282.) The Indie Author's Guide to the Universe - by Jeff Bennington
1283.) Bushido, the Soul of Japan - by Inazo Nitobe
1284.) The Blood That Bonds - by Christopher Buecheler
1285.) The Horror Stories of Robert E. Howard - by Robert E. Howard
1286.) The Cage - by Brian Keene
1287.) Blood of Requiem (Song of Dragons 1) - by Daniel Arenson
1288.) The Way of Shadows - by Brent Weeks
1289.) The Searchers - by Alan LeMay
1290.) Storyteller Tools - by M. Harold Page
1291.) The Eye of the World - by Robert Jordan
1292.) Empire of the East - by Fred Saberhagen
1293.) The Third Option - by Derek Gunn
1294.) Nocturne - by Ed McBain
1295.) Wanted - by Nick Stephenson
1296.) Writer's Doubt - by Bryan Hutchinson
1297.) A Walk in the Woods - by Bill Bryson
1298.) Detective Comics #27 - by Bob Kane and Bill Finger
1299.) How to Camp Out - by John Mead Gould

1300.) What in the World is Going On? - by Dr. David Jeremiah
1301.) Hiking Through - by Paul Stutzman
1302.) Serpico - by Peter Maas
1303.) Arctic Wargame - by Ethan Jones
1304.) The Big Bad City - by Ed McBain
1305.) Veil of the Dragon - by Tom Barczak
1306.) A Game of Thrones - by George R.R. Martin
1307.) Why Science Does Not Disprove God - by Amir D. Aczel
1308.) Night of Wolves - by David Dalglish
1309.) On Killing - by Lieutenant Colonel Dave Grossman
1310.) The Moon is Down - by John Steinbeck
1311.) The Book of the Dead - by Sir E.A. Wallis Budge
1312.) The Literature of the Ancient Egyptians - by Sir E.A. Wallis Budge
1313.) Dungeon Master's Guide - by Wizards of the Coast
1314.) The Swordsman's Companion - by Guy Windsor
1315.) The Art of Fencing, or The Use of the Small Sword - by Monsieur L'Abbat, translated by Andrew Mahon
1316.) Dream of the Sphere: Volume 1 of The Sphere Saga - by Jay S Willis
1317.) Ulysses - by James Joyce
1318.) Medieval Romances - edited by Roger Sherman Loomis and Laura Hibbard Loomis
1319.) How to Know God - by Deepak Chopra
1320.) Man's Search for Meaning - by Viktor E. Frankl
1321.) Waking Up: How I Found My Faith by Losing It - by Ted Dekker
1322.) 1177 B.C.: The Year Civilization Collapsed - by Eric H. Cline
1323.) Stray Bullets, Volume 1: Innocence of Nihilism - by David Lapham
1324.) Devil's Lair - by David Wisehart
1325.) The Medieval Longsword (Mastering the Art of Arms, Volume Two) - by Guy Windsor
1326.) Demon's Night - by Guido Henkel
1327.) Black House - by Stephen King and Peter Straub
1328.) Crawl - by Edward Lorn
1329.) Inherit the Wind - by Jerome Lawrence and Robert Edwin Lee
1330.) How to Launch a Christian Best-Seller Book - by Lorilyn Roberts
1331.) Fuzz - by Ed McBain
1332.) The Case of The Foot-Loose Doll - by Erle Stanley Gardner
1333.) The Case of The Demure Defendant - by Erle Stanley Gardner
1334.) Thread of Hope - by Jeff Shelby
1335.) There's Snow Time Like Cookie Time! - by Suzanne Heins and Andrew Blackburn, illustrations by Mike Esberg
1336.) Jet - by Russell Blake
1337.) 1000 Yards - by Mark Dawson
1338.) Inspector Zhang Gets His Wish - by Stephen Leather
1339.) White Space: Episode 1 - by Sean Platt and David Wright
1340.) The Night of the Long Knives - by Fritz Leiber
1341.) Legends of the Dark Knight #1 - written by Dennis O'Neil
1342.) Twilight - by Stephenie Meyer
1343.) Necroscope - by Brian Lumley
1344.) The Indian Captive - by Matthew Brayton
1345.) Orthodoxy - by G.K. Chesterton
1346.) Satan - by Lewis Sperry Chafer
1347.) The Diary of a Young Girl - by Anne Frank
1348.) The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry - by Rachel Joyce
1349.) A Wrinkle in Time - by Madeleine L'Engle
1350.) People of the Lightning - by Kathleen O'Neal Gear and W. Michael Gear
1351.) The Swordsman's Quick Guide, Book 1: The Seven Principles of Mastery - by Guy Windsor
1352.) Monster Manual: Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition - by Wizards of the Coast
1353.) Challenger Role Playing Game Core rules - by David L. Dostaler
1354.) Swordfighting for Writers, Game Designers and Martial Artists - by Guy Windsor
1355.) The Swordsman's Quick Guide, Book 5: How to Teach a Basic Class - by Guy Windsor
1356.) Fiddlers - by Ed McBain
1357.) Common Sense - by Thomas Paine
1358.) The Rainbow Trail - by Zane Grey
1359.) The Dead Sea Scrolls - by Time Inc. Books
1360.) Plague Zone - by David Wellington
1361.) Astro City #1/2 - by Kurt Busiek, Alex Ross, and Brent Anderson
1362.) Red Sonja #0 - by Mel Rubi, Michael Avon Oeming, and Mike Carey
1363.) Mutants & Masterminds Deluxe Hero's Handbook -- by Steve Kenson and Green Ronin Publishing
1364.) Children of the Fog - by Cheryl Kaye Tardif
1365.) Gastien: The Beginning - by Caddy Rowland
1366.) For Nothing - by Nicholas Denmon
1367.) Planet of the Damned - Harry Harrison
1368.) The Last of the Mohicans - by James Fenimore Cooper
1369.) The Medieval Sword in the Modern World - by Michael Tinker Pearce
1370.) The Unsuspecting Mage: Book One of the Morcyth Saga - by Brian S. Pratt
1371.) Reader and Educator Guide to The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings - by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
1372.) Mr. Mercedes - by Stephen King
1373.) Finders Keepers - by Stephen King
1374.) Visual Theology - by Tim Challies and Josh Byers
1375.) Captain Blood - by Rafael Sabatini
1376.) Harry Potter and The Cursed Child - by J.K. Rowling, John Tiffany and Jack Thorne
1377.) The Sable City - by M. Edward McNally
1378.) Killing Jesus - by Stephen Mansfield
1379.) Let's Get Digital: How to Self-Publish and Why You Should - by David Gaughran
1380.) This is Not the End of the Book - by Umberto Eco and Jean-Claude Carriere
1381.) 100 Lost Treasures - by Time Inc. Books
1382.) As You Wish - by Cary Elwes and Joe Layden
1383.) Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion - by David Hume
1384.) The Sayings of Confucius - by Confucius, translated by Leonard A. Lyall
1385.) How We Got the Bible - by Neil R. Lightfoot
1386.) Royal Armouries Ms. I.33 - translation by Joey Nitti
1387.) The Woman in Black - by Susan Hill
1388.) House of Sand and Fog - by Andre Dubus III
1389.) Conan the Mercenary - by Andrew J. Offutt
1390.) Red Nails - by Robert E. Howard
1391.) Echoes of Valor II - edited by Karl Edward Wagner
1392.) The Awakened II - edited by Hal Greenberg
1393.) Fire & Ice (Book I of The Icefire Trilogy) - by Patty Jansen
1394.) Ice - by Ed McBain
1395.) Lethal People - by John Locke
1396.) Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil - by John Berendt
1397.) Myths and Legends of the Sioux - by Marie L. McLaughlin
1398.) Nazareth Orphans' Home Golden Anniversary, 1906-1956 - by Thomas L. Moose
1399.) The Imitation of Christ - by Thomas A Kempis, translated by Rev. William Benham

1400.) On the Origin of Species - by Charles Darwin
1401.) Blood Relatives - by Ed McBain
1402.) Joyland - by Stephen King
1403.) Haunted House - by Jack Kilborn
1404.) Farewell, My Lovely - by Raymond Chandler
1405.) Earthmen Bearing Gifts - by Fredric Brown
1406.) Fistful of Reefer - by David Mark Brown
1407.) Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet Spy - by Eric Metaxas
1408.) The Cost of Discipleship - by Dietrich Bonhoeffer
1409.) The Story About Ping - by Marjorie Flack and Kurt Wiese
1410.) Make Way for Ducklings - by Robert McCloskey
1411.) Green Eggs and Ham - by Dr. Suess
1412.) Writing a Book a Week - by Alex Foster
1413.) Tales from The Yawning Portal - published by Wizards of the Coast
1414.) Lucifer's Odyssey - by Rex Jameson
1415.) Redwall - by Brian Jacques
1416.) A Quest of Heroes: Book 1 in the Sorcerer's Ring - by Morgan Rice
1417.) The Hero, The Sword, and The Dragons - by Craig Halloran
1418.) The Three of Swords - by Fritz Leiber
1419.) The Swords of Lankhmar - by Fritz Leiber
1420.) Swords in the Mist - by Fritz Leiber
1421.) Bloodstone - by Karl Edward Wagner
1422.) Starfinder Core Rulebook - by Paizo Publishing
1423.) The Number of the Beast - by Robert A. Heinlein
1424.) The Day The Sun Stood Still - by Poul Anderson, Gordon R. Dickson, and Robert Silverberg
1425.) Ancient, My Enemy - by Gordon R. Dickson
1426.) Omnilingual - by H. Beam Piper
1427.) Logan's Run - by William F. Nolan and George Clayton Johnson
1428.) The Metal Monster - by A. Merritt
1429.) Slan - by A. E. Van Vogt
1430.) The Bloody Black Flag - by Steve Goble
1431.) Annihilation - by Jeff Vandermeer
1432.) Those Who Hunt the Night - by Barbara Hambly
1433.) The Sea-Hawk - by Rafael Sabatini
1434.) The Diary of a U-boat Commander - by Sir Stephen King-Hall
1435.) Cosmos - by Carl Sagan
1436.) Searching for Jesus - by Robert J. Hutchinson
1437.) Xanathar's Guide to Everything - published by Wizards of the Coast
1438.) Kothar and the Demon Queen - by Gardner F. Fox
1439.) Heroic Visions - edited by Jessica Amanda Solmonson
1440.) Elminster: The Making of a Mage - by Ed Greenwood
1441.) The Planet Wizard - by John Jakes
1442.) Conan the Rebel - by Poul Anderson
1443.) Cinema and Sorcery: The Comprehensive Guide to Fantasy Film - by Arnold T. Blumberg and Scott Alan Woodard
1444.) The Blue Hawk - by Peter Dickinson
1445.) Deryni Rising - by Katherine Kurtz
1446.) Waiting for Godot - by Samuel Beckett
1447.) The Frumious Bandersnatch - by Ed McBain
1448.) Thunderball - by Ian Fleming
1449.) Cop Hater - by Ed McBain
1450.) On Her Majesty's Secret Service - by Ian Fleming
1451.) The Cross and the Switchblade - by David Wilkerson
1452.) How to Study the Bible - by Robert M. West
1453.) The Films of Charlie Chaplin - edited by Gerald D. McDonald, Michael Conway, and Mark Ricci
1454.) Stiff - by Mary Roach
1455.) The Map of Time - by Felix J. Palma
1456.) Give the Boys a Great Big Hand - by Ed McBain
1457.) The Talhoffer Society - by Michael Edelson
1458.) Under the Dome - by Stephen King
1459.) 90 Minutes in Heaven - by Don Piper with Cecil Murphey
1460.) Eighty Million Eyes - by Ed McBain
1461.) Longshot - by Dick Francis
1462.) The Heckler - by Ed McBain
1463.) Full Dark, No Stars - by Stephen King
1464.) The Swords Trilogy - by Michael Moorcock
1465.) Blade #16: The Crystal Seas - by Jeffrey Lord
1466.) Blade #17: The Mountains of Brega - by Jeffrey Lord
1467.) Sword and Sorceress IV - edited by Marion Zimmer Bradley
1468.) More Than a Carpenter - by Josh McDowell
1469.) It's Not About Me - by Max Lucado
1470.) Know Your Bible - from Barbour Books
1471.) Brook Trout and the Writing Life - by Craig Nova
1472.) Let Me Off at the Top - by Ron Burgundy
1473.) Horrorstör - by Grady Hendrix
1474.) The Bear and The Dragon - by Tom Clancy
1475.) LZR-1143: Within - by Bryan James
1476.) Black Amazon of Mars - by Leigh Brackett
1477.) Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes - published by Wizards of the Coast
1478.) Ready Player One - by Ernest Cline
1479.) Pictures in the Fire - by Robert E. Howard, edited by Paul Herman
1480.) Robert E. Howard in Cross Plains - by Rusty Burke
1481.) The Robert E. Howard Bar Guide - by Robert Derie
1482.) Black Vulmea's Vengeance - by Robert E. Howard
1483.) Adventures in Science Fantasy - by Robert E. Howard
1484.) Conan the Barbarian - by Michael A. Stackpole
1485.) The Ginger Star: Volume 1 of The Book of Skaith - by Leigh Brackett
1486.) The Hounds of Skaith: Volume 2 of The Book of Skaith - by Leigh Brackett
1487.) The Reavers of Skaith: Volume 3 of The Book of Skaith - by Leigh Brackett
1488.) The King in Yellow - by Robert W. Chambers
1489.) The Gideons International Guide Book - from The Gideons International
1490.) Great Ages of Man: Renaissance - from Time/Life Books
1491.) Great Ages of Man: The Reformation - from Time/Life Books
1492.) The Reformation 500 Years Later - by Benjamin Wiker
1493.) Cup of Gold - by John Steinbeck
1494.) Baudolino - by Umberto Eco
1495.) Creation - by Gore Vidal
1496.) The Vikings! #2: The Dark Return - by Neil Langholm
1497.) A Morbid Taste For Bones (Brother Cadfael series) - by Ellis Peters
1498.) The Pilgrim of Hate (Brother Cadfael series) - by Ellis Peters
1499.) Cut Me In - by Ed McBain

1500.) Sandman Slim - by Richard Kadrey
1501.) Crazy Town - edited by Jason M. Waltz
1502.) E-Book Formatting for Novelists - by K.C. May
1503.) The Cloud of Unknowing - by anonymous, edited by Evelyn Underhill
1504.) Out of the Silent Planet - by C.S. Lewis
1505.) Perelandra - by C.S. Lewis
1506.) That Hideous Strength - by C.S. Lewis
1507.) Cat's Cradle - by Kurt Vonnegut
1508.) Plague Ship - by Andre Norton
1509.) Little Fuzzy - by H. Beam Piper
1510.) The Long Winter - by John Christopher
1511.) A Very Private Life - by Michael Frayn
1512.) The Fiend - from Playboy
1513.) An Alien Heat: The First Volume of The Dancers at the End of Time -- by Michael Moorcock
1514.) The Hollow Lands: The Second Volume of The Dancers at the End of Time -- by Michael Moorcock
1515.) The End of All Songs: The Third Volume of The Dancers at the End of Time -- by Michael Moorcock
1516.) A Brief History of Time - by Stephen W. Hawking
1517.) The Book of Qualities - by J. Ruth Gendlere
1518.) Let Us Reason Together! - by Leroy Cannady
1519.) The Case for Christ - by Lee Strobel
1520.) The Purpose Driven Life - by Rick Warren
1521.) Why I am Not a Christian - by Bertrand Russell
1522.) An Experiment in Criticism - by C.S. Lewis
1523.) Kahiki Supper Club -- by David Meyers, Elise Meyers Walker, Jeff Chenault and Doug Motz
1524.) An Account of the Voyage of Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo - from the Cabrillo National Monument Foundation
1525.) The Medieval Machine - by Jean Gimpel
1526.) Homosexuality in Renaissance England - by Alan Bray
1527.) I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings - by Maya Angelou
1528.) Lovesick Blues: The Life of Hank Williams - by Paul Hemphill
1529.) Kurt Cobain" Montage of Heck - by Brett Morgen with Richard Bienstock
1530.) Pawn of Prophecy: Book One of the Belgariad - by David Eddings
1531.) Queen of Sorcery: Book Two of the Belgariad - by David Eddings
1532.) Magician's Gambit: Book Three of the Belgariad - by David Eddings
1533.) Brutal - by James Alderdice
1534.) A Discourse in Steel - by Paul S. Kemp
1535.) The Wolf Age - by James Enge
1536.) Defender, The Sanctuary Series: Volume One - by Robert J. Crane
1537.) The Misplaced Legion - by Harry Turtledove
1538.) Blood and Bone - by Ian C. Esslemont
1539.) Night of the Hunter - by R.A. Salvatore
1540.) The Blade Itself - by Joe Abercrombie
1541.) Stormqueen! - by Marion Zimmer Bradley
1542.) Doc Savage: The Land of Terror - by Kenneth Robeson (Lester Dent)
1543.) Bane of Nightmares (The Dream Lords, Volume 3) - by Adrian Cole
1544.) A Robert E. Howard Sampler - edited by Chris Gruber and Bobby Derie
1545.) The Bazaar of Bad Dreams - by Stephen King
1546.) The Awakened Modern - edited by Hal Greenberg and Greg Schauer
1547.) The McBain Brief - by Ed McBain
1548.) Calypso - by Ed McBain
1549.) Lando - by Louis L'Amour
1550.) Analysis of the Gunfight at O.K. Corral - by Ben T. Traywick
1551.) How to Develop a Powerful Prayer Life - by Dr. Gregory R. Frizzell
1552.) The Bourne Identity - by Robert Ludlum
1553.) The Long-Legged House - by Wendell Berry
1554.) Comus - by John Milton
1555.) Uppity Women of Medieval Times - by Vicki Leon
1556.) Called Out of Darkness - by Anne Rice
1557.) After Alice - by Gregory Maguire
1558.) Emma - by Jane Austen
1559.) Lexicon - by Max Barry
1560.) The Handmaid's Tale - by Margaret Atwood
1561.) The Fantastic Four Pocket Comic - presented by Stan Lee
1562.) The Amazing Spider-Man Pocket Comic - presented by Stan Lee
1563.) The Amazing Spider-Man Pocket Comic #2 - presented by Stan Lee
1564.) The Amazing Spider-Man Pocket Comic #3 - presented by Stan Lee
1565.) The Incredible Hulk Pocket Comic - presented by Stan Lee
1566.) The Incredible Hulk Pocket Comic #2 - presented by Stan Lee
1567.) Captain America Pocket Comic - presented by Stan Lee
1568.) Doctor Strange: Master of the Mystic Arts Pocket Comic - presented by Stan Lee
1569.) Preparation for the Next Life - by Atticus Lish
1570.) Wuthering Heights - by Emily Bronte
1571.) Flowers in the Attic - by V.C. Andrews
1572.) Stop Doing That Sh*t - by Gary John Bishop
1573.) Widows - by Ed McBain
1574.) The Outsider - by Stephen King
1575.) Beyond the Black River - by Robert E. Howard
1576.) The Sword and The Sorcerer - by Norman Winski
1577.) Shadows Out of Hell - by Andrew Offutt
1578.) The Lady of the Snowmist - by Andrew Offutt
1579.) Tasha's Cauldron of Everything - by Wizards of the Coast
1580.) Conan of Aquilonia - by L. Sprague de Camp and Lin Carter
1581.) Tombstone's Most Haunted - by Joshua Hawley
1582.) The Red Badge of Courage - by Stephen Crane
1583.) The Code of Honor - by John Lyde Wilson
1584.) Doc Holliday: A Family Portrait - by Karen Holliday Turner
1585.) Soiled Doves: Prostitution in The Early West - by Anne Seagraves
1586.) Lady at the O.K. Corral: The True Story of Joesphine Marcus Earp - by Ann Kirschner
1587.) The Unforgiven - by Alan Le May
1588.) Revival - by Stephen King
1589.) The Case for Faith - by Lee Strobel
1590.) Between the Bridge and the River - by Craig Ferguson
1591.) Message in a Bottle - by Nicholas Sparks
1592.) One for the Money - by Janet Evanovich
1593.) The Empty Hours - by Ed McBain
1594.) Spooky Southwest - by S.E. Schlosser
1595.) Sleeping Beauties - by Stephen King and Owen King
1596.) The Woman in the Coffin - by Nathan Long
1597.) The Devil in the White City - by Erik Larson
1598.) Savage Worlds Adventure Edition Roleplaying Game - from Pinnacle Entertainment Group
1599.) Flame and Crimson: A History of Sword-and-Sorcery - by Brian Murphy

1600.) El Borak and Other Desert Adventures - by Robert E. Howard
1601.) Lord Foul's Bane - by Stephen R. Donaldson
1602.) Nomads of Gor - by John Norman
1603.) Ravenheart - by David Gemmell
1604.) The Emperor's Soul - by Brandon Sanderson
1605.) Midwinter - by Matthew Sturges
1606.) The White Tree (The Cycle of Arawn #1) - by Edward W. Robertson
1607.) Willful Child - by Steven Erikson
1608.) Ender's Game - by Orson Scott Card
1609.) Space Viking - by H. Beam Piper
1610.) Contact - by Carl Sagan
1611.) The Case for a Creator - by Lee Strobel
1612.) How to Market a Book: Overperform in a Crowded Market - by Ricardo Fayet
1613.) How NOT to Write Female Characters - by Lucy V Hays
1614.) Fizban's Treasury of Dragons - from Wizards of the Coast
1615.) The Wild Beyond the Witchlight - from Wizards of the Coast
1616.) Criminal Conversation - by Evan Hunter
1617.) The Piranhas - by Harold Robbins
1618.) The Destroyer #62: The Seventh Stone - by Warren Murphy and Richard Sapir
1619.) On the Run - by John D. MacDonald
1620.) City Problems - by Steve Goble
1621.) The Star Wars Album - from Ballantine Books
1622.) Hail to the Chief -- by Ed McBain
1623.) The Metaphysics of the Novel - by Don Pendleton with Linda Pendleton
1624.) The Woman in White - by Wilkie Collins
1625.) The Hunter - by Richard Stark
1626.) Killer's Payoff - by Ed McBain
1627.) Freaky Deaky - by Elmore Leonard
1628.) Fat Ollie's Book - by Ed McBain
1629.) The Enchantress of Florence - by Salman Rushdie
1630.) A Bottle of Rum - by Steve Goble
1631.) The Sticklepath Strangler - by Michael Jecks
1632.) Familiar Spirits - by Leonard Tourney
1633.) The King's Indian: Stories & Tales - by John Gardner
1634.) On Not Being Able to Paint - by Joanna Field
1635.) One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest - by Ken Kesey
1636.) The Jungle - by Upton Sinclair
1637.) The Bushcraft Bible - edited by James Henry
1638.) Shadow of a Dark Queen - by Raymond E. Feist
1639.) The Written (Emaneska #1) - by Ben Galley
1640.) Slaying the Dragon: A Secret History of Dungeons & Dragons - by Ben Riggs
1641.) Flashing Swords #2 - edited by Lin Carter
1642.) Demons Don't Dream - by Piers Anthony
1643.) Haunted Chillicothe - by Neal Parks
1644.) Conan and The Treasure of Python - by John Maddox Roberts
1645.) Sixteen Ways to Defend a Walled City - by K. J. Parker
1646.) Ghostly Tales & Legends Along the Grand Strand of South Carolina - by Blanche W. Floyd
1647.) No Name - by Wilkie Collins
1648.) The Bahá’í Faith: The Emerging Global Religion - by William S. Hatcher and J. Douglas Martin
1649.) Little Men - by Louisa May Alcott
1650.) The Bridge of San Luis Rey - by Thornton Wilder
1651.) Vox Machina Origins: Series I and II Collection - from Critical Role
1652.) Lightning - by Ed McBain
1653.) Lizzie: A Novel - by Evan Hunter
1654.) The Magician's Assistant - by Ann Patchett
1655.) GURPS Egypt - by Steve Jackson Games
1656.) California: A Novel - by Edan Lepucki
1657.) Uncle Silas - by J.S. Le Fanu
1658.) No Country for Old Men - by Cormac McCarthy
1659.) Lost Lexington Kentucky - by Peter Brackney
1660.) Our Lady of Darkness - by Fritz Leiber
1661.) The Clan of the Cave Bear - by Jean M. Auel
1662.) The Mysteries of Udolpho - by Ann Radcliffe
1663.) If It Bleeds - by Stephen King
1664.) The Book of the Sword - by Richard F. Burton
1665.) The Archaeology of Weapons - by Ewart Oakeshott
1666.) Schools and Masters of Fencing - by Egerton Castle
1667.) The Sunset Warrior - by Eric Van Lustbader
1668.) The Coming of the Horseclans - by Robert Adams
1669.) Swords of the Horseclans - by Robert Adams
1670.) On a Pale Horse - by Piers Anthony
1671.) Enchanted Pilgrimage - by Clifford D. Simak
1672.) A Dance of Cloaks - by David Dalglish
1673.) Nemesis: Book One of Indigo - by Louise Cooper
1674.) The King's Daughters - by Nathalie Mallet
1675.) October Light - by John Gardner
1676.) The Bell Jar - by Sylvia Plath
1677.) On Becoming a Novelist - by John Gardner
1678.) John Gardner: Literary Outlaw - by Barry Silesky
1679.) Caravaggio: A Life Sacred and Profane - by Andrew Graham-Dixon
1680.) How to Talk Dirty and Influence People - by Lenny Bruce
1681.) 12 Rules for Life - by Jordan B. Peterson


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