CHECK – Books & Munches Bingo 2018

In 2017, I joined the Popsugar Reading Challenge. As the 2018 prompts weren’t really to my liking for the most part, I decided to create my own giant bingo with the prompts I do like and adding a ton of other prompts as well.

The goal? Clear the whole bingo card!
40/40 – COMPLETED 28/10/2018

2018 bingo

I’m going to update the image once in a while, but will mainly be adding to this list:

√ Book made into a movie you’ve already seen ~ Alice in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll
√ Next book in a series you started in 2017 ~ Empire of Storms, Sarah J. Maas
√ With a time of day in the title ~ Tower of Dawn, Sarah J. Maas
√ About a villain or antihero ~ Carrie, Stephen King
√ About death or grief ~ The Fragile Thread of Hope, Pankaj Giri
√ Female author using a male pseudonym ~ Harry Potter, J.K. Rowling
√ Book that is also a stage play or musical ~ A Wrinkle in Time, Madeleine L’Engle
√ About feminism ~ The Exact Opposite of Okay, Laura Steven
√ About mental health ~ Sticks and Stones, Jo Jakeman
√ By two authors ~ The Raging Ones, Krista & Becca Ritchie
√ Book by an author of a neighboring country ~ A Year of Taking Chances, Jennifer Bohnet

√ Book with your favorite color in the title ~ Out of the Blue, Sophie Cameron
√ Book with song lyrics in the title ~ Letters to the Lost, Brigid Kemmerer [Counterfeit – Letter to the Lost]
√ Book about or set on Halloween ~ Supernaturally #2, Kiersten White [mention]
√ Book with characters who are twins ~ A Semi-Definitive List of Worst Nightmares, Krystal Sutherland
√ Book mentioned in another book ~ Alice in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll [Stalking Jack the Ripper]
√ Book from a celebrity book club ~ Children of Blood and Bone, Tomi Adeyemi
√ A past Goodreads Choice Awards winner ~ Queen of Shadows, Sarah J. Maas
√ Book set in the decade you were born ~ HP & the Chamber of Secrets, J.K. Rowling
√ Book you meant to read in 2017 but didn’t get to ~ Moxie, Jennifer Mathieu
√ Book with an ugly cover ~ The Lost Savior, Siobhan Davis [actual person on cover…]
√ Book that involves a bookstore or library ~ Renegades, Marissa Meyer
√ Cyberpunk book ~ Champion #3, Marie Lu
√ Book that was being read by a stranger in a public place ~ Girls of Paper and Fire, Natasha Ngan
√ Book with a fruit or vegetable in the title ~ Dinosaurs and Cherry Stems by Susan Ricci
√ An allegory ~ The Golden Compass, Philip Pullman
√ Book with A, T & Y in the title ~ Autoboyography, Christina Lauren
√ Book from the first 10 books added to your TBR ~ Fangirl, Rainbow Rowell
√ Book with a body part in the title ~ Owl Eyes, Molly Lazer
√ Book with a unique format ~ The Twitter Diaries, Imogen Lloyd Webber & Georgie Thompson
√ Book with a location in the title ~ Paris Adrift, E.J. Swift
√ Book you have high expectations for ~ Obsidio, Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff
√ Book from Amazon’s 100 Books to Read in a Lifetime List ~ HP and the Philosopher’s Stone, J.K. Rowling
√ Book that intimidates / scares you ~ It, Stephen King
√ Book from one of the Goodreads Best Books of the Month lists ~ Batman: Nightwalker, Marie Lu
√ Book about a road trip ~ Northern Lights #1, Philip Pullman
√ Book set on an island ~ The Little Wedding Island, Jaimie Admans
√ Book with a number in the title ~ One Summer in Rome, Samantha Tonge
√ Book with your favorite food on the cover ~ Big Bones, Laura Dockrill
√ Cover-buy ~ The Sleeping Prince #2 – Melinda Salisbury