Amazon Wish Lists

Published August 28, 2015 by Harri

I have never had a problem with wishlists. They are very handy and serve a practical use. I know of people who have used wishlists to pay for services rendered and such a like. Which is completely cool. You do what you have to do.

The only two public lists I have are book lists. Not for anyone to buy the books for me, because I don’t want anyone feeling obligated to buy me books. I use the lists as a way of tracking what I want and what I don’t have.

I have a general book list and a “Point Horrors I don’t have” list. The latter is more of a list for me, so I can slowly make my way through the list, buying the books I don’t have to add to my collection.

The books I don’t have are:

  • Bind Date – R. L. Stine
  • Twisted –  R. L. Stine
  • My Secret Admirer – Carol Ellis
  • Party Line – A. Bates
  • Prom Dress – Lael Littke
  • Beach Party – R. L. Stine
  • The Boyfriend – R. L. Stine
  • Final Exam – A. Bates
  • 13 Tales of Horror
  • Mirror Mirror – D. E. Athkins
  • Sister Dearest – D. E. Athkins
  • The Girlfriend – R. L. Stine
  • Fatal Secrets – Richie Tankersley Cusick
  • Freeze Tag – Caroline B. Cooney
  • The Hitch-hiker – R. L. Stine
  • The Ripper – D. E. Athkins
  • Camp Fear – Carol Ellis
  • Halloween Night – R. L. Stine
  • The Dead Girlfriend – R. L. Stine
  • The Phantom – Barbara Steiner
  • The Stranger – Caroline B. Cooney
  • Thirteen More Tales of Horror
  • Driver’s Dead – Peter Lerangis
  • I Saw You That Night – R. L. Stine
  • Halloween Night II – R. L. Stine
  • Silent Witness – Carol Ellis
  • Twins – Caroline B. Cooney
  • Let Me Tell You How I Died – Sinclair Smith
  • Thirteen Again
  • Hide And Seek – Jane McFann
  • Night School – Caroline B. Cooney
  • The Claw – Carmen Adams
  • The Mummy – Barbara Steiner
  • Vampire’s Love 1 : Blood Curse – Janice Harrell
  • Vampire’s Love 2 : Blood Spell – Janice Harrell
  • Amnesia – Sinclair Smith
  • Double Date – Sinclair Smith
  • Homecoming Queen – John A. Hall
  • Second Sight – Sinclair Smith
  • Spring Break – Barbara Steiner
  • Sweet Sixteen – Francesca Jeffries
  • The Bride – D. E. Athkins

There are 4 books on order. One I had to buy as a collection, which was a bit gutting, but there was no way I was going to pay £100+ for a paperback. Nope! So I will get there slowly. Expect reviews of them all as I read them! *insert evil laugh here*

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