Update: Winter Bookish Bingo

We’re about halfway through Winter Bookish Bingo right now, so I thought I would post a quick update on how I’m doing. Bookish Bingo is hosted by Bekka at Pretty Deadly Blog, and there’s still time to participate if you’d like.

Categories with a snowflake are ones that I’ve read for so far. The book read are listed below!


Alternative Format: Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer – audiobook (review to come)

Banned Book: The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath

2017 Debut: Maresi by Maria Turtschaninoff

Pink Cover: Down the Rabbit Hole by Julia Crane

Not YA: The Hungry Years by William Leith

White Cover: A Three Dog Life by Abigail Thomas

Science Fiction: While We Dream by Mark Le Dain

Dec, Jan, Feb Release: Son of a Trickster by Eden Robinson

Super Hyped: The Bone Witch by Rin Chupeco (review to come)

Unreliable Narrator: Nostalgia by M.G. Vassanji (review to come)

So that makes for 1 Bingo so far! My intent was to try and fill up the whole card, but I have other responsibilities that take up my time. I’m still hoping to be able to do it, but we’ll see.

Are you participating in Winter Bookish Bingo? How are you doing so far? Let me know in the comments below.

3 thoughts on “Update: Winter Bookish Bingo

  1. You’re doing great! Love the snowflakes. I’m participating in Winter Bookish Bingo, too! I haven’t got a bingo yet, though. If I could use When the Moon Was Ours or A Darkly Beating Heart for the super hyped square, then I’d have one bingo. But I don’t think either of those would work for that category. (Even though at first I was pretty sure When the Moon Was Ours would work.) How did you like Maresi? I’m gonna click the link and see if it takes me to your review 😉


    1. Thanks! I’ve heard more about A Darkly Beating Heart than I have When the Moon Was Ours, but I think that book hype depends largely on the sites you visit and communities you’re a part of.

      I thought that Maresi was simple and lovely, a fairy-tale type story about a community of women looking to learn and teach others. I’m looking forward to the prequel, as it seems like it will be slightly more complex.

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