2. The Princess Bride by J. Morgenstern (abridged by William Goldman) [x]
3. So You Want to be a Wizard by Diane Duane [x]
4. General Winston's Daughter by Sharon Shinn [x]
5. The Lions of Al-Rassan by Guy Gavriel Kay [x]
6. Jumper by Steven Gould [x]
7. A Great and Terrible Beauty (Gemma Doyle Trilogy, Book 1) by Libba Bray [x]
8. Black (Circle Trilogy, Book 1) by Ted Dekker [x]
9. Peter and the Starcatchers by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson (Starcatchers Trilogy, Book 1) [x]
10. Rebel Angels (Gemma Doyle Trilogy, Book 2) by Libba Bray [x]
11. Son of the Shadows by Juliet Marillier
12. Child of the Prophecy by Juliet Marillier
13. The Sweet Far Thing by Libba Bray [x]
14. Polaris by Jack McDevitt [x]
15. Kushiel's Scion by Jacqueline Carey
16. Heroes Adrift by Moira J. Moore [x]
17. How to Write Science Fiction & Fantasy by Orson Scott Card [x]
18. Life Expectancy by Dean Koontz
19. A Talent for War by Jack McDevitt [x]
20. Fear Nothing by Dean Koontz
21. Seeker by Jack McDevitt [x]
22. The Stars My Destination by Alfred Bester [x]
23. Prince Caspian by C.S. Lewis
24. The Voyage of the Dawn Treader by C.S. Lewis
25. The Elegant Universe by Brian Greene [x]
26. Wild Seed by Octavia Butler [x]
27. Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card [x]
Just to kind of keep things straight in my mind...
I still have Foundation by Asimov and Old Man's War by John Scalzi. I also just ordered the new Dean Koontz book, Odd Hours, and some more of the Ender books: Speaker for the Dead, Xenocide, Children of the Mind and Ender's Shadow (Amazon had a paperback 4-for-3 deal).
I've also been reading A Knight and His Horse and A Knight and His Weapons by R. Ewart Oakeshott and Eyewitness: Knight by Christopher Gravett (the Eyewitness books are written for kids, but they're great for an image-heavy overview of a subject) for my original fiction, even though I don't have any knights in the story, because I want to borrow terminology from a variety of sources. And from HollyLisle.com, where I've downloaded her Writing Clinic series, I've also downloaded The 22 Worst Mistakes Writers Make About Horses by Sue L. Huffman and Horses for Writers by Elizabeth J. Baldwin (the latter is far more helpful).
But I haven't read any of those cover-to-cover (yet) so I'm not going to count them in my reading list.