Bookish Bingo Catch Up

So at the start of the year I told you about this challenge I was doing: Bookish Bingo. A lot of you seemed interested in this idea and said yourself you were taking part. Since we’re nearing the halfway point of the year I thought it was about time I did a re-cap of my progress in said challenge.
Here is the original image of the Bingo Board created by: The Girly Geek:

And here is the image of the Bingo board with blocks I have completed:


And hereis a list of the boxes ticked with the relevant book it corresponds to. There was no rule that one book was only allowed one box hence most of these boxes have been ticked!

Ø  Read a Memoir: I am currently reading ‘The C Word’ by Lisa Lynch and finding it incredibly!

Ø  Read a Book about a curse of prophecy: The Lord of the Rings series

Ø  Read a Modern Classic: The Chronicles of Narnia (sort of weak but it is considered a modern classic as it was written in the 1950s!)

Ø  Read a book that has been made into a TV series: The Chronciles of Narnia & Outlander & (technically) Lord of the Rings

Ø  Read a Book over 500 pages: Outlander by Diana Galbadon

Ø  Re-Read a book from your childhood: The Lion, Witch & the Wardrobe

Ø  Read a book you chose because of the cover: The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern

Ø  Read a Self-Published book: Beautifully Torn by Roanne Legg

Ø  Read a book with a LGBT main character: The Art of Being Normal

Ø  Read a book of poetry: Beautifully Torn & Construction of Magic by Louis Alan Swartz

Ø  Read a book with non-human characters: The Lord of the Rings & The Chronicles of Narnia & The Monster Calls & Moonchild

Ø  Read a Book with a Kick-Ass Female Heroine: The Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutkowsi

Ø  Read a Book based on a true story: I Truly Lament by Mathias B. Freese & The C Word by Lisa Lynch

Ø  Read a book with a one-word title: Outlander by Diana Galbadon

Ø  Read a book with a main character under 16: The Art of Being Normal & The Chronicles of Narnia

Ø  Read a book with a strong sibling relationship: The Chronicles of Narnia & My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece by Annabel Pitcher

Ø  Read a book about Time-Travel: Outlander

Ø  Read the second book in a series: The Chronicles of Narnia ‘Lion, Witch and the Wardrobe’ and Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring book 2

Ø  Read a book set in a small town: The Monster Calls by Patrick Ness & My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece



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