I’ve really enjoyed doing book bingo over the last couple of years so couldn’t resist the chance to see whether I’d successfully filled in my bingo card for 2018. As ever, I don’t look at the bingo card during the year I just read what I want to read and then at the end of the year look through my reading to see if I’ve managed a full house.
So without further ado…
A Book With More Than 500 Pages
Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell by Susanna Clarke
A Forgotten Classic
The Christmas Hirelings by Mary Elizabeth Braddon
A Book That Became a Movie
The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas
A Book Published This Year
Lullaby by Leila Slimani
A Book With a Number in the Title
Seven Days of Us by Francesca Hornak
A Book Written By Someone Under 30
Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People about Race by Reni Eddo-Lodge
A Book With Non Human Characters
One Christmas Wish by Katherine Rundell
A Funny Book
This Is Going to Hurt by Adam Kay
A Book By A Female Author
The Winter’s Child by Cassandra Parkin
A Book With a Mystery
Keeper by Johana Gustawsson
A Book With A One Word Title
Allegedly by Tiffany D. Jackson
A Book of Short Stories
Barbara the Slut and Other People by Lauren Holmes
Snowday by B R Maycock
A Book Set on a Different Continent
Leave No Trace by Mindy Mejia
A Book of Non Fiction
No Such Thing As Society by Andy McSmith
The First Book By A Favourite Author
A is for Alibi by Sue Grafton
A Book You Heard About Online
Lies Between Us by Ronnie Turner
A Best-Selling Book
Thirteen by Steve Cavanagh
A Book Based on a True Story
Isolation Junction by Jennifer Gilmour
A Book At The Bottom of Your TBR Pile
Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami
A Book Your Friend Loves
The Time of My Life by Cecelia Ahern
A Book that Scares You
I’ll Be Gone In The Dark by Michelle McNamara
A Book That Is More Than Ten Years Old
The Constant Gardener by John le Carre
The Second Book In A Series
The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith
A Book With a Blue Cover
Standard Deviation by Katherine Heiny
Woo hoo! Full House! I wasn’t sure when I started writing this post that I was actually going to have a book read in 2018 for every square but I’ve done it! It’s always fun to play Book Bingo, it’s another way to reflect on the year’s reading.
Have you taken part in Book Bingo for 2018? If you have I’d love to see your posts so please leave links below. 🙂
17 thoughts on “It’s Book Bingo Time! Will it be a full house for 2018? #BookBingo”
Bravo! I normally love this, but was too busy to attempt it this year.
Fantastic! I managed to get a full house as well and need to publish my post 😀
Well done Hayley, I really must sort mine out xc
My bingo post will be out tomorrow. Not a full house for me but not too bad. Well done to you!
Wow. What an achievement. I never do these as I’m so afraid of failing!
I’ve always wanted to read Norwegian Wood as well, hopefully this is the year where we both read it. Good luck on the bingo! ❤
Well done! You had a great year of reading, Hayley, and you’ve got such a lovely variety of books here. I’m impressed!
Wonderful job, Hayley! I loved what you said about it being a good way to reflect on the year’s reading. Congrats on your eclectic full house!
Congratulations Hayley. I am going to try a genre bingo this year.
Ahhh so fun! I did a book bingo in December, and it was really great 🙂
Well done on getting a full house. I’ve never done this. I must have a go next time
Good work! 👍
Congrats on the full bingo!
That must have been fun to find out you succeeded! Way to go, Hayley!
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I think I might have to try this but I don’t think i got a full house by far! Well done you for getting a bingo x
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