The bookish bingo is hosted by Bekka @Pretty Deadly Blog. It’s a seasonal read-a-thon which runs from the beginning of December until the end of February. The goal is to get as many Bingo’s as possible (horizontal, vertical or diagonal). As we all know my last bookish bingo was a huge success. In my Fall Bookish Bingo & Tome Topple Wrap Up post, you can see I managed to get no Bingo’s. Not one! So what do you do? You just go for it again. Because some day I must succeed in a read-a-thon, right?!
– B –
Green Cover: Tales of the Peculiar (#0.5 Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar children) – Ransom Riggs.
Banned Book: Lolita – Vladimir Nabokov
Not YA: Red Dragon (#1 Hannibal Lecter) – Thomas Harris
Crime: The Cuckoo’s Calling (#1 Cormoran Strike) Robert Galbraith
Twitter Poll: Not yet picked
– I –
Alternative Format: Illuminae (#1 Illuminae) – Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff
2017 Debut: Caraval (#1 Untitled) – Stephanie Garber
White Cover: The Bazaar of Bad Dreams – Stephen King
Survival: Lord of the Flies – William Golding
Nature on Cover: Three Dark Crowns (#1 Three Dark Crowns) – Kendare Blake
– N –
Set Abroad: Not yet picked
Romance: Forbidden – Tabitha Sazuma
Blue Cover: Gemina (#2 Illuminae) – Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff
Irreliable Narrator: The Girl on the Train – Paula Hawkins
– G –
Sequel: Mockingjay (#3 The Hunger Games) – Suzanne Collins
Goodreads Choice Award Nominee: Not picked yet
Science Fiction: The Fifth Season (#1 The Broken Earth) – N.K. Jemisin
LGBT: More Happy Than Not – Adam Silvera
Cover Buy: The Leaving – Tara Altebrando
– O –
Own Voices: Not yet picked
Pink Cover: Anatomy of a Soldier – Harry Parker
Dec, Jan, Feb Release: Fullmetal Alchemist (3-in-1) Vol 1, 2 & 3 – Hiromu Arakawa
Super Hyped: Six of Crows (#1 Six of Crows) – Leigh Bardugo
Urban Fantasy: A Darker Shade of Magic (#1 Shades of Magic) – V.E. Schwab
Are you participating in this read-a-thon?
What are you reading?