So, in 2012 I read 59 books, 2 of which were novellas, 2 'other' (a history book and a psychology book), and 3 collections. While I did read some graphic novels, apparently I didn't record those so I'm not sure how many I actually read.
Here's the breakdown of the novels:
Science fiction 26
Urban Fantasy 3 (though I'll admit I was a bit loose with this category, I'll have to read more of them next year)
Horror 1 (huh, I will have to do better with that next year as well)
(broken down as 8 SF, 2 F, 1 Horror and 1 other - so once you add the teen books I read 34 SF, 15 fantasy, and 2 horror)
Other 1 (historical fiction)
Gender wise, I read
(*I discovered an author I thought was male is really female. Pseudonyms, got to love them.)
I read a lot of great books last year, making a top 10 list difficult, but I'll try one. Here they are in the order in which I read them (as it's easier than trying to rank them by preference). The links go to my reviews.
Mind Storm - K. M. Ruiz
The Man From Primrose Lane - James Renner
Alchemist of Souls - Anne Lyle
Partials - Dan Wells
Erebos - Ursula Poznanski
Forever War - Joe Haldeman
The Rook - Daniel O'Malley
The Death of Grass - John Christopher
Three Parts Dead - Max Gladstone
Reposession Mambo (aka Repo Man) - Eric Garcia
Kop - Warren Hammond
Knife Sworn - Mazarkis Williams
The Bridge - Jane Higgins (link goes to Indigo website as my review hasn't been published yet)
And you got 3 bonus books (because I don't feel like trying to weed 3 out).
All in all I fulfilled my goal to read more SF, specifically classic SF. Tomorrow I'll post my reading/blog resolutions for 2013.