Winter Bookish Bingo || Update!


Hey, y’all! So it’s been quite a while since I’ve posted a bingo update, so let me show y’all how my Winter Bookish Bingo board is coming along…

Let me remind you that I haven’t been reading quite as much lately, which I think is the main reason for the lack of updates. Luckily, the books I have read have been pretty great. If you’re unfamiliar with Bookish Bingo, or if you’d like to join, head on over to Pretty Deadly Reviews (Bekka is the creator of the challenge) and check out the sign-up post there.


Spaces Daubed Since Last Update

*clicking on the title will take you to its Goodreads page

Banned Book || Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Rowling

Romance || Corrupt Me by Jillian Quinn (

Not YA || Little Girl Gone by Gerry Schmitt

White Cover || The Shadow Queen by C.J. Redwine

Free Space

Blue Cover || The Last Day of Captain Lincoln

I know my little gingerbread men are kinda lumped into one spot on the board right now, but when I started my planning, I had every intention of completing every square. So that’s not gonna happen, but I really don’t mind at all because I’ve already done way better this season than I did during last season’s bingo.

Right now, I’m almost finished reading a book that will work for the LGBT square. If I can squeeze in a hyped book before the end of the challenge (which I’m pretty sure I can), then I’ll have myself a bingo! Whoop-whoop!

As always, I wanna see how you guys are doing. Let me know in the comments below or link up your board so I can check it out!


Are you participating in Winter Bookish Bingo?


32 thoughts on “Winter Bookish Bingo || Update!

  1. I am not participating, but I always think that these seasonal bongo challenges would be a fun way to branch out. I love how much diversity they encourage! I am curious.. any ideas for science fiction yet? The twitter poll should be interesting as well 😉

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      1. A few favorites:

        Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie
        Hitchhiker’s Guide by Douglas Adams
        Old Man’s War by John Scalzi
        Childhood’s End by Arthur C Clarke
        Brave New World by Aldous Huxely

        I have more, but that is a starting point haha 😉

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  2. I have one for unreliable narrator, but I can’t honestly recommend it. It’s called You by Caroline Klepner and it’s about a stalker. I hated it, but others for some bizarre reason liked the MC. I wanted him to die in a fire.

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  3. Ooh the Bookish Bingo has some fun categories! I’m doing a different challenge that has a bingo component too and I’m getting off to a slow start, but it goes all year so thankfully I have time lol. Good luck w/ this one!

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