Fall 2017 Bookish Bingo hosted by Pretty Deadly Reviews

Instead of a Cover Geek this Tuesday, I have a short break in our regularly scheduled programme (Cover Geek will resume next week) with another reading challenge!

After how successful #TheReadingQuest has been, I’ve decided to join another reading challenge to ensure that I’ll continue reading in the school year.

The Fall 2017 Bookish Bingo is hosted by Bekka from Pretty Deadly Reviews! You can find the link to the post & sign up here!

From September to November, the Fall 2017 Bookish Bingo has 24 challenges & the goal is to make bingo as many times as you can. The only rule is that there are no repeats for books!

Here’s the bingo board:

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I’m a little iffy about that horror square because horror is just not my genre, but I’ll see if I can pull something up for it.

Here is my list of potential books for each square! If it’s marked in this color, it means I’ve finished that square! This color means I’m currently reading.

Mental Health| The Love Letters of Abelard and Lily by Laura Creedle (10/19)

Different Culture | When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon (9/4)

Illustrations | The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry (9/6)

Black Cover | Heir of Illaria by Dyan Chick (9/10)

First in a Series | Zero Forever Repeat by Gabrielle Prendergast (9/8)

Set in Another Country | In a Perfect World by Trish Doller (9/17)

Person on Cover | Once and For All by Sarah Dessen (9/11)

Magic in the Real World | The Last Magician by Lisa Maxwell (9/13)

Over 500 Pages | Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor (9/18)

Co-Authored | Frozen by Melissa de la Cruz and Michael Johnston (9/10)

Ensemble Cast | Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake (9/12)

2017 Debut | Even the Darkest Stars by Heather Fawcett (9/29)

Free | The Midnight Star by Marie Lu (9/3)

American History | Alex and Eliza by Melissa de la Cruz (10/31)

Witches | Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by J.K. Rowling (9/8)

Fall Release | Ringer by Lauren Oliver (9/30)

Horror | The Hearts We Sold by Emily Lloyd-Jones (9/23)

Asian American Author | The Midnight Star by Marie Lu (9/3)

Translated | Candide by Voltaire (French) (10/22)

LGBT | They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera (9/2)

Yellow Cover | The Female of the Species by Mindy McGinnis (10/19)

Required Reading | Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen (9/10)

Set at School | Two Roads from Here by Teddy Steinkellner (9/17)

Poetry or Verse | Our Dark Duet by Victoria Schwab (This counts-ish because Kate’s narrative has some poetry-like parts. Kind of.) (10/17)

Paranormal | This Savage Song by Victoria Schwab (10/16)

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I’ll be updating this post with my progress as I go along & possibly reconfiguring some books! You can check back here (this post will be pinned once #TheReadingQuest ends) for my progress!

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Are you going to participate in the Fall 2017 Bookish Bingo? What are you reading?

(Also, if anyone has suggestions for those blank squares, it would be greatly appreciated!)

2 thoughts on “Fall 2017 Bookish Bingo hosted by Pretty Deadly Reviews

  1. Oh I’m not sure if you’ve read Illuminae, but that’s like got TONS of illustrations in it! Also Brian Selznik’s books are like 70% illustrations (Hugo Cabret is particularly awesome) if those recs are helpful. 😜 Best of luck with the challenge! There are SO many good books on your list! I love They Both Die At The End, and Strange the Dreamer, and City of Bones. 😍

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    1. yes! I love illuminae! I’ve also read all of brian selznik’s books too 🙈 I’m thinking of switching the little prince to illustrations & finding another book for translated (don Quixote perhaps?)

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