Every year I join the Goodreads challenge but this year I wanted to have something extra. After looking through many reading challenges I came across Armed with a Bingo and decided to join.
Armed with a Bingo is organized by Ariel and Kriti. If you’re interested in joining, you can find more information here.
So there are many different squares on my bingo card, I really love that it is quite diverse! A few examples: A book published in 2020, a book that a friend reccomends, A YA Novel and many more! See my bingo card down below to see what kind of prompts Kritri and Ariel came up with!
I am very excited to start this little bingo! I’ve even already chosen a few books that can cross off a few of my squares.
Daughter of Zel by Phoebe Ritter
Bingo Slot: A book by an Indie Author
Why? Well, Phoebe is a indie author, so this one was quite simple!
Fairest of All: A Tale of the Wicked Queen By Serena Valentino
Bingo Slot: A book meant to read last year
Why? I didn’t get around reading this one in 2019, even though I got it for christmas in 2018… So reading this one is long overdue!
Charmed Life by Diana Wynne Jones
Bingo Slot: A book about Family.
Why? Well, it is basically about Cat and his sister Gwendolen… That totally counts as family in my book! And they are two orphans that get adopted into a new family. That counts even more.
Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo
Bingo Slot: A fantasy / Science Fiction book
Why? Quite simple: It is a fantasy book. That’s why!
Starters by Lissa Price
Bingo Slot: A Dystopian Novel
Why? Starters is set in a Dystopian world, so it totally fits the bill!
Spellcaster by Claudia Gray
Bingo Slot: A book from the last decade
Why? Spellcaster has been published in 2013, which is within the last decade.
Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
Bingo Slot: A book with a color in the title
Why? It is called Red Queen. Red is totally a color! Truth be told, this one was a bit difficult to find. Then I checked out my bookshelves and saw this gem!
And with this list my first ‘bingo’ would be a fact! It would be a vertical row and I am already very excited & véry motivated to start this reading challenge. If you have any books that would cross off one of the other boxes I would love to hear it!
Feel free to join this challege yourself as well. The registration will be open untill the 15th of March 2020. Click here to join the challenge!