Here's what I came up with:
Dust Girl, by Sarah Zettel, and Stealing Death, by Janet Lee Carey, I bought for my multicultural reading...
Chime, by Franny Billingsley, I bought cause everyone was raving about it. I started, but got stuck in the swamp.
Rowan the Strange, by Julie Hearn, went on my list when it was shortlisted for the 2010 Carnegie Award.
Thorn, by Intisar Khanani, went on when Tanita wrote about it
Laurence Yep's City of Death is a new addition to the pile--it's the third in a horribly under-reviewed middle grade fantasy series.
I bought The Returning, by Christine Harwood, because Megan Whalen Turner blurbed it.
The Doom Machine, by Mark Teague, was bought way back in 2009 in an effort to include more middle grade sci fi on my blog.
Faerie Winter, by Janni Lee Simner, I rushed out to buy when it first came out--it's the sequel to Bones of Faerie, which I enjoyed very much.
Three Kidlit Cons ago, Brenna Yovanoff was a speaker, and so I bought a lovely signed copy of The Replacement....
Which one would you read first if you were me?