Reading Challenge Bingo

Book bingo

(While waiting for my personalized card, I’m “borrowing” one from the host site.)

Here’s a fun game for readers I discovered via Teresa. Try to fill out this bingo card for 2020 with a variety of books. Sounds easy, right? I usually read the same kinds of books (romances and mysteries), so this will push me to expand my repertoire. Luckily, I have a small head start. Naturally, I will be obsessed with completing my card! 🤣

So far this year I can mark off:

1. A book published in the last decade. The first book I read this year was The Color Master, an enjoyable collection of short stories by Aimee Bender published in 2013.

2. A memoir. Next I read Hungry Heart by Jennifer Weiner, which had some tasty sections about writing, but was mostly tedious and overlong. Dare I say whiny?

3. A young adult novel. Yeshiva Girl by Rachel Mankowitz is a compelling story of a teenaged girl in a Jewish school on Long Island. I was lucky to find this book via Rachel’s blog.

I am in the middle of When We Believed in Mermaids, which will allow me to check off the multiple POV box. After that I plan to read American Gods by Neil Gaiman, which is a bestseller.

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Image credit to Kriti and Ariel.

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7 responses to “Reading Challenge Bingo

  1. Let me know what you think of American Gods. I read that last year.
    This bingo card looks fun! I might have to copy your copy🤔

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  2. This is such a great idea to expand your reading horizons.

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  3. What a great idea! I’m going to do this because last year I didn’t read hardly any books and that was so not like me! This will make me read more often and different stuff because I’ll be obsessed with filling the card, too. 😂

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