Saturday, September 5, 2015

Bookish Bingo | Fall 2015 (Sign up + Update post)

I tried to do a bookish bingo card by another blogger for the first three months of the year and can no longer actually remember how well I did on it. Either way, I want to try again! I like reading challenge type things and this looks like a fun one, I'm just probably going to do the ones that sound the most interesting. I'd like to get one bingo but we'll see how it goes.

This time I'm doing a seasonal one by Pretty Deadly, who apparently puts one out for every season, which is a ton of fun. This one is for the books you read in the months of September, October, and November. 24 challenges, one free space. And some of them, for me, will be super easy, some slightly harder, but it looks fun and I'm not going to put a lot of stress on myself about it. Fun reading challenge.

There's a few I can't think of any off the top of my head, so if you've got any suggestions, let me know: mental illness (I can think of a few I own, but I'm always looking for recs for this), (your favorite) book set in high school, a book about dreams, LGBTQIA (also always looking). So just let me know your favorites for those, because recs are always welcome - hell, if it fits another category, no category at all.

If you're going to be participating, let me know, and happy reading!

Announcement/sign up post

Books Read for this challenge (and which one they cross off):

Row one across:
The Cycle of the Werewolf - horror

Row Two Across:
Uprooted - over 400 pages

Row Three Across:
War-Fix - orange cover

Row Four Across:
Blue Lily, Lily Blue - animal on the cover (?, might change)

Row Five Across:
Lady Killer, Volume 1 - historical fiction


  1. Good luck with Bookish Bingo!! I always want to do one of these, but never end up doing one.... There was another read-a-thon I was planning to participate in, but am busy this month and am feeling reading burnout.

    1. I always end up trying for the ones that go over a few months just so I don't feel too stressed to get it all done in one month (too much stress).
      Ah, burnout I'm familiar with. Don't push yourself! :)