Sunday, December 8, 2019

Book Bingo 2020@Unruly Reader

This is the first time I will be doing the book bingo at Unruly Reader. I will get as many spaces as I can.




















The Categories

Icy – A book that takes place in snowy winter, a story featuring a 
cold-hearted character, or a chilling tale: 
The Snow Bride--Debbie Macomber


Landscape – A book whose setting is vital to the story: 
Cranford--Elizabeth Gaskell 
Novella – Shorter than a novel, but longer than a short story: 
In a German Pension--Katherine Mansfield
Harlem Renaissance – A book written by a Harlem Renaissance author: 
Infants of the Spring--Wallace Thurman
Longing – A story filled with yearning, desire, or wistfulness: 
Down and Across--Arvin Ahmadi 
Lies & Deception – A book with lies, so many lies. Or a book that 
deceived you:
Expectations – A story of fulfilled or thwarted expectations, or a book that failed to 
meet your expectations: 
Bad Boys With Expensive Toys--Nancy Warren/MaryJanice Davidson/Karen Kelley
Underdog – A book about a character who defies the odds: 
Soul Surfer--Bethany Hamilton
Personal Growth – Self-improvement: pragmatically or spiritually: 
Girl, Stop Apologizing--Rachel Hollis
Long Haired Author – A book by an author who has (or had) long hair:
A Friend’s Suggestion – Ask a friend what you should read next:
The Lost Vintage--Ann Mah

Podcast – Listen to a serial podcast or read a book written by a podcaster: 
Carnegie Medal Nominee – A book nominated for the Carnegie Medal:
Normal People--Sally Rooney
Modern Classic – A contemporary book that will stand the test of time: 
The House of the Spirits--Isabel Allende
Road Trip – Wanderlust, restlessness, desperation, quest? A book 
with a road trip in it: 
Driving With the Top Down--Beth Harbison
Olympic Sport – A book with a character who participates (at any level) in a sport featured 
in the Olympics: 
Just Don't Fall--Josh Sundquist
Checklist – A book you’re checking off your list, or a book 
containing a checklist for a better life:
The Garden of Small Beginnings--Abbi Waxman
South America – A book written by a South American author or a 
book that takes place in South America:
Tigress--Jennifer Blake
Back to School – A story with a school setting:
Nothing to See Here--Kevin Wilson
Love – A book that illustrates love: 
Twenty Wishes--Debbie Macomber 
Native American – A character or an author who is Native American
Horror – A story that inspires a feeling of dread: 
The Stand--Stephen King
Political – Election year! Read something political: 
Make Trouble--Cecile Richards
Memoir – A nonfiction personal account based on the author’s experience: 
Ordinary Girls--Jaquira Diaz
Indulge – The hot fudge of reading: all pleasure, no virtue: 
Angry Housewives Eating Bon Bons--Lorna Landvik

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