Winter Bingo Roundup

Winter Bingo was the first Bingo Board Challenge I’ve ever tried to complete. I’m not going to lie — it was hard. I think partly because I wasn’t really paying attention to the Bingo Board as much as I should. AKA — I wouldn’t even look at it until the end of the month and instead of figuring out what to read next based off of it, I just tried to fill it out with books I read.

However, I did actually complete two Bingo rows with the books I read in December, January and February and I have to admit I’m really pleased with that! Below is the Bingo Board I had to try and complete, the columns/rows I completed were Spinoff Down, and 2017 Released You Missed Across.

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Here’s how it all played out (note — some books I couldn’t fit on the bingo card).

Spinoff Down:

Spinoff: Tower of Dawn, I considered this spinoff because I know originally it was supposed to be more like a novella to the Throne of Glass Series.

Winter Release: Daughters in the Night Sky

Green Cover: Heir of Fire

Fae, Faeries, Fair Folk: Empire of Storms

Romance: Victoria

2017 Release You Missed Across

2017 Release You Missed: Artemis

Green Cover: Heir of Fire

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LGBT: A Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue

Snow or Ice on Cover: The Orphan’s Tale

 

Miscellaneous

Red Cover: Queen of Shadows

Cold Setting: The Girl in The Tower

Book Was a Gift: We Were The Lucky Ones

Villainous: Angel of Shadow

Light Blue Cover: The House on Foster Hill

Not on the Card: Before She Ignites, Secret Life of Emily Dickinson

 

Thanks again to Bekka at Pretty Deadly Reviews for hosting this challenge.

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