Spring Bookish Bingo

Hello folks, I’m back! I know that last week I said that I would be back to my regularly scheduled Fanfic Feature Friday today, but I’ve just moved this week and time has gotten away from me. So come Monday I’ll be back to my regular schedule.

For now, Winter Bookish Bingo is over, but Spring Bookish Bingo has arrived! Bookish Bingo is hosted by Bekka at Pretty Deadly Blog, if you’re interested in joining. The Spring round runs from March until the end of May.

This card is very exciting – I already have a whole bunch of ideas of what I’d like to fill the squares with! Once again, I’ll be trying to fill the whole card.

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Some ideas I’m kicking around for the various categories:

Scary: The Dead-Tossed Waves, Survive the Night

Blue Cover: The Silmarillion, It Started With Goodbye

Magic: Roar

Over 500 pages: Edgar and Lucy

PoC On Cover: The Prey of Gods

Non-Fiction: The Right to Be Cold

2017 Debut: Maud

Witches: A Great and Terrible Beauty

That’s all for now!

If you have suggestions for the other categories, let me know. If you’re choosing different reads for those categories I’d love to know your picks. Comment below to weigh in.

Update 2: Winter Bookish Bingo

We’re almost through with Winter Bookish Bingo, so I thought I’d post another quick update on how I’m doing. Find my last update here. Bookish Bingo is hosted by Bekka at Pretty Deadly Blog.

Categories with a snowflake are ones that I’ve read for so far. The books read since the last update are listed below!


Sequel: Siege and Storm by Leigh Bardugo

Own Voices: If I Was Your Girl by Meredith Russo

GR Choice Nominee: Ruin and Rising by Leigh Bardugo

Blue Cover: The Djinn Falls in Love

Cover Buy: Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo

Set Abroad: Giant Days Vol 1.

So, no new bingos since my last update, but still a fair amount of reading got done! I have a few categories left, but I don’t think I’ll be filling out any more squares. I’m currently reading The Silmarillion and Edgar and Lucy – neither of which fit into any of these categories. They’re both quite long as well so it remains to be seen if I’ll have time to read anything else before February comes to an end.

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

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.

Winter Bookish Bingo

Winter is here! December has arrived, and with it comes snow, pine decorations, and seasonal book memes! Visit Pretty Deadly if you’d like to participate in this season’s Bookish Bingo card. It runs from December to February so there’s lots of time.

The name of the game is to get as many bingo’s as possible – five across, up, down, and diagonal. Can I fill the whole card? We shall see!

You don’t have to write a review of all of the books you use for bingo, as the object is just to fill out the card by reading. (I’m going to try and review them all though, and try advance blog scheduling for once.)

At the end of February, Pretty Deadly does an international giveaway for all participants – the more bingo’s you get, the more entries.

Here’s the winter card:



I have a vague idea of the books I’d like to use for some of the categories, but mostly I’m going to play it by ear and see how it goes. For the Twitter Poll category, you make a list of books and let your twitter followers decide which one you’ll read.

Are you participating in Winter Bookish Bingo? Do you have any suggestions for these categories? Comment below and let me know!