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Bookish Bingo Wrap Up

I had so much fun participating in the Bookish Bingo hosted by Great Imagination. This was the first time I participated and it was GREAT motivation to read through my shelves. I am actually quite proud of myself for finding so many books that I already owned (and have been putting off reading) for this challenge.

Here is how I did:

(links to the reviews of books I read)

A Stand Alone: Some Boys
Sky on the cover:
MC is a LGBTIA: Huntress
Set During Summer:
Pink Cover:
Starts with S,U, M, E or R: Evil Fairies Love Hair
A Thriller: Variant
Set on a Boat:
Asian MC:
A Middle Grade Novel: The Ghost of Graylock
A Series Finale: Of Neptune
A Retelling: Epic Fail
"Storm", "Rain" or "Thunder" in the title:
"July", "August", or September" in Title:
Blue Cover: Burning Blue
A Summer Release: Dream Boy
Strong Sibling Relationships: The Silver Rings
Featuring an Animal Companion: Into the Wild
Set on an Island:
Music or Dance themes: On Pointe
Road Trip: Destined for Doon
Magical Realism: Thin Space
Set in Europe: If I Should Die
Water on Cover: City of Ashes





I came SO close to filling up most of the card. Unfortunately, I started work mid August and it got crazy. I managed to complete 3 rows! I feel like that was pretty awesome for a first attempt. I can't wait to do this again!

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