I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.
Our first call has been made - Classic Horror. I bought a fair few books this last week, but I don't have anything that's Classic Horror, so I'll have to raid my mom's shelves to see if she has anything classic that's horror that won't scare the pants off me too badly.
I also have changes to make for the rest of my anticipated reads, slotting in the books I've bought, have on hand, and can read for the next two weeks until I'm home again.
Squares are greyed out until they're called.
Called squares will be full-strength.
Called and read will have a marker on it.
My markers this year are pieces of a full image, seen here:
As squares are called, pieces of the picture will disappear, as they reappear on the card; as one picture disintegrates, another will emerge. :)
My loose plan for the squares is as follows. I'm tracking my actual reads on a spreadsheet, so this list may or may not get updated.
Southern Gothic: Houses of Stone - Barbara Michaels
Fear the Drowning Deep: Pirate King - Laurie R. King
Modern Noir: The Fourth Bear - Jasper Fforde
Relics & Curiosities: Vermilion - Phyllis A. Whitney
Country House Mysteries: Thirteen Guests - Jefferson Farjeon
Doomsday: Magic Triumphs - Ilona Andrews
Spellbound: Familiar Motives - Delia James
Cozy Mystery: Toucan Keep a Secret - Donna Andrews
Terror in a Small Town: Killer Characters - Ellery Adams or The Tea-Olive Bird-Watching Society - Augusta Trobaugh
Murder Most Foul: Booked to Die - John Dunning
New Release: TBD There won't be any shortage of options.
Free Square: TBD
Classic Horror: TBD
A Grimm Tale: Poison - Sarah Pinborough Not sure about this one, but I'll try it.
Baker Street Irregulars: The Mystery of the Vanishing Treasure - Robert Arthur
Diverse Voices: TBD
Gothic: The Knocker on Death's Door - Ellis Peters I don't know if this fits or not.
Ghost Stories: The Haunting of Fox Mill - Phyl Cooke