The Bookshelf 2015

A list of every book I managed to read, cover-to-cover, in 2015.

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Extreme: Why Some People Thrive at the Limits by Emma Barrett & Paul Martin (2014)

Doctor Sleep by Stephen King (2013)

Social Media Monsters: Internet Killers by RJ Parker & LL Slate (2014)

Elemental: A Book of Poetry by Hanna Elizabeth (2015)

This is a Call: The Life and Times of Dave Grohl by Paul Brannigan (2011)

The Day the Leash gave Way and Other Stories (Reissue) by Trent Zelazny (2014)

State of Horror: Illinois edited by Jerry E. Benns (2014)

Their Cramped Dark World and Other Tales by David A Riley (2015)

Defriended by Ruth Baron (2013)

The Urban Survival Tin by Anson Bond (2012)

Journeymen: The other Side of the Boxing Business by Mark Noble (2014)

Sex, Peanuts, Fangs & Fur: A Practical Guide for Invading Canada (2015)

Innocence: A Novel by Dean Koontz (2013)

Will Anyone Figure Out This is a Repackaged First Collection? By Johnny Mains (2015)

The Dead Lifeguard by RL Stine (1994)

Sea Sick by Iain Rob Wright (2013)

Nightmares & Dreamscapes by Stephen King (1993)

Vaudeville & Other Nightmares by Greg Chapman (2014)

Getcha Rocks Off: Life & Death on the Rock n’ Roll Road by Mick Wall (2015)

Mr Mercedes by Stephen King (2014)

Foo Fighters: Learning to Fly by Mick Wall (2015)

Rescue Pilot: Cheating the Sea by Jerry Grayson (2015)

Ghost Camera by Darcy Coates (2015)

Check out last year’s list here

About cmsaunders

I write stuff. Pretty much any stuff. My fiction and non-fiction has appeared in over a hundred publications worldwide and my books have been both traditionally and independently published. My first book, Into the Dragon's Lair – A Supernatural History of Wales was published back in 2003, and I've worked extensively in the freelance journalism industry, contributing features to numerous international publications including Fortean Times, Bizarre, Urban Ink, Loaded, Record Collector, Maxim, and a regular column to the Western Mail newspaper. I lived in China for over nine years where I taught English at universities in Beijing, Changsha and Guangzhou during my search for enlightenment, before moving back to the UK in January 2013 to work as staff writer on Nuts magazine. Later, I was senior writer on Forever Sports magazine, associate editor at a shortlived title called Coach, and I currently write business news for a trade magazine about the plastics industry. It's far more satisfying than it sounds. My latest fiction releases have been Human Waste (on Deviant Dolls Publications) and X5, my fifth collection of short fiction. I also edit, proofread, ghost write, and drink far too much craft beer. View all posts by cmsaunders

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