April 2021 Bookish Bingo ☔

I have a silly question (but one I totally don’t know the answer to): Title begins with A, does that mean the letter (e.g., Anchored Hearts) or the word (e.g., A Spy in the Struggle)? Or either? Thanks in advance!

I’m guessing it could be either :slight_smile:

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Either one would work as both are the letter A!

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Bingo!

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Congratulations! Off to a fantastic reading month :partying_face:

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You could also do Uprooted or Spinning Silver, they are both examples of fairytale reimagining! I loved Uprooted, it’s a play on Beauty and the Beast!

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Done!
Read with a friend: Like a Love Story
Bought for the cover: Ties That Tether
Five star read: The Girl on the Platform
Audiobook under 8 hours: The Removed
Water on the cover: The Survivors

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BINGO! First one right down the middle.

Published in April: The Hitchhiker by Lydia Emma Niebuhr

Two word title: Corner Confessions by Kiersten Hall

Free Space

Laugh out loud: Murder With A View by Diane Kelly

Title begins with ‘A’: Apple Die by Chelsea Thomas

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BINGO
Poetry or verse novel: What Kind of Woman
Features a podcast: Everybody Has a Podcast (Except You): A How-to Guide from the First Family of Podcasting
FREE SPACE
Five Star Read: From Blood and Ash
Librarian protagonist: The Midnight Library

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Bingo! So excited to read a bingo this month. Luckily I was doing my Murderbot re-read in prep for the new one coming in a couple weeks!

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Hey!!
Well I read the maidens which I think was published in April.
I also read The Cellar (two words)
A book that made me laugh out loud was we are The ants. (I know its a weird choice)
And a book that begins with A, A head full of ghosts.

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Hi All! Bingo!! I just saw the Bingo challenge and happened to have read all these books before seeing the prompts

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Bingo!

I’ve attached a screenshot of the row with the titles, but I’ll also list them here.

Character is a baseball player- Hard Fall by Sara Ney
Historical fiction by an author of color- Wild Women & The Blues by Denny S. Bryce
Two Word Title- Jock Rule by Sara Ney
Bought for the Cover- The Spy Who Loved Me…Sort of by S.Doyle
Mass Market Paperback- Trouble in High Heels by Christina Dodd

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My progress so far. One question…how many books constitute a series? Would a duology count, or would it have to be more than 2 books?

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A duology as a complete series counts!

That was quick…thanks!

Bingo!

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