Lessons in French by Laura Kinsale
Tempted by the Night by Elizabeth Boyle
The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman
Memory vl.1 by Linda Wells
Stranger in my Arms by Lisa Kleypas
American Vampire #29, #30 and Lord of Nightmares (4/5) by Scott Snyder
The Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack by Mark Hodder
An Inward Treasure by Fyre
The Naked King by Sally Mackenzie
So I usually don't add fanfiction to my list of things read but I've finally decided that if it's a long chaptered story (and let's be honest, they usually are longer than the published comics I read) then I am adding them and anyone who complains can suck an elf.
...10th Kingdom reference anyone?
So yes, this author Fyre writes heavily in the OUAT fandom, specifically Rumbelle, and I read this particular work and enjoyed it so expect more. However, Hodder holds first place in this months selection. It was fan-freaking-tastic! Historical figures thrown into a world that was never meant to be through the misplaced will of a futuristic time-traveller. My mind was blown. Steampunk, detectives, Darwin, evilness: go read it!
Gaiman's The Garveyard Book was an excellent tale as well. Great character development for a boy that grows up in a cemetery, showing how unafraid children can be if they are raised without the societal fears of childhood/adolescence (bullies, peer pressure, the sting of awkwardness, etc). Lovely horror for adults as well, what with the opening murder and mind-f**ckery.