Bookish Bingo: Holiday Edition Wrap-Up

Friday, January 2, 2015

Y'all, I'm so proud of myself! Not only did I get five Bingos, (six if we count corners, nine if we count postage stamps,) (darn that red cover; if I could have conquered that, I'd have eleven,) (my grandma's a Bingoer; it's serious business,) but I read outside my comfort zone and checked out a series that's been on my radar forever, but I could never commit to. That's what these challenges are all about!

Without further ado, here is my complete list of qualifying books. Format is Square - Book Title (Date Read). Links go to my review. 

Steampunk - Lark Ascending by Meagan Spooner (10/5)
"Ice," "Snow," or "Frost" in the title - Stitching Snow by R.C. Lewis (10/11)
Birds on the Cover - Poisoned Apples: Poems for You, My Pretty by Christine Heppermann (10/11)
Fall or Winter Release - Hit by Lorie Ann Grover (10/13)
Romance - The Paper Magician by Charlie N. Holmberg (10/21)
Reread - The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnette (10/31)
Green Cover - The Body Electric by Beth Revis (11/3)
Set During Christmastime - The Little Christmas Kitchen by Jenny Oliver (11/7)
Mystery - The Unhappening of Genesis Lee by Shallee McArthur (11/9)
Set in Autumn - Moon Called by Patricia Briggs (11/15)
Horror - Feed by Mira Grant ( 11/18)
Native American MC - Blood Bound by Patricia Briggs (11/23)
Set in Space - The Jupiter Pirates: Curse of the Iris by Jason Fry (11/28)
Set in New Orleans - The Ghost Train to New Orleans by Mur Lafferty (12/1)
Witches - Princess of Thorns by Stacey Jay (12/5)
A Book That Was a Gift - Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas (12/11)
Serial Killers - When by Victoria Laurie (12/14)
Historical - A Night Like This by Julia Quinn (12/18)
Black Cover - Hellhole by Gina Damico (12/21)

Who wants to join me for spring? Sign ups are ongoing until 1/15 at Great Imaginations.


  1. Ummm you did AWESOME and so much better than I did (howww does this keep happening when I'm the one that makes the damn cards??) I am still over the moon that you loved Poisoned Apples. It's one of my fave reads of last year and definitely in the top for all-time faves, too. I'm not usually a poetry person but I just loved everything about that collection.

    Anyway yayyyy on the bingos! Time to convince Jessie to join!!

    1. Thank yoooou! I loved Poisoned Apples SO MUCH. I sent it to Jess for Christmas, and it's all thanks to you!

      She said she'd do it this time! I put a card under her name on the new Challenge page (to shame her)

  2. You did a great job. I'm not going to officially enter the Bingo for spring, because I need to get settled into the new year. But I am going to bookmark it for ideas and to see how I did. Good luck with spring Bingo!


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