Are you ready for another round of Bookish Bingo? We’re excited to conquer our TBR this month!
Click here to read the rules and download your Bookish bingo card below. Make sure you share your progress with us by using #BookishBingo on social media. Let us know what books you’re reading for each prompt below!
When you get bingo shout it out here and we’ll congratulate the winners each month in our newsletter.
Lol finally a card I might actually be able to work with! Ok I’ll give bingo a try for the first time in February.
YAY! Some cards are harder than others, but you can always recommend future prompts based on your own TBR here.
Thank you very much. I have just a question: where can I find a list of books feat. BookishFirst?
I tried to download the Bingo card, but it’s giving me January’s bingo card.
Hi there, we’ve updated the link! You can also download it here.
You can scroll through and find past BookishFirst books here!
Thank you so much! I’m looking forward to February’s bingo card!
Just finished January Bingo on Sunday! Used “he” by John Connolly as the “New-To-You” author.
I was 3 short of a full card in January so challenging myself to complete this month card. My planned reads to meet the February Prompts are:
Title Begins w F: TBD
Published in February: Nightingale
#BlackLives Matter: All American Boys
New to you Genre: Western by Louis L’Amour
Couple on Cover: Amy and Roger’s Epic Detour
Three Word Title: The Handmaid’s Tale
Part of a Series: Unleashed
Heart on Cover: Dating Charade
A book about self-care: Gratitudes Daily
Written in 2nd person POV: The Friend
5 star read: TBD
A romance novel: Dash and Lily’s book of dares
Under 280 pages: Their eyes were watching God
Re-Read an old favorite: Charlottes Web
Red or Pink Cover: TBD
Mythology: Son of a Trickster
Tale of obsession: Before I go to sleep
Published in 2020: TBD
Fairy Tale Retelling: Geekerella
Featured on Bookish: Leave no Trace
Written by POC author: Becoming
Protagonist is a single parent: Ghosted
Theme of female friendship: Welcome to Pine Away Motel
#own voices: We have always been here
What is a #ownvoices read? Just a little confused
It is a novel about diverse characters written by authors from that same diverse group.
What are some YA book examples?
Title Begins With F: Foul is Fair by Hannah Capin
Published in February: Alone in the Wild by Kelley Armstrong
#BlackLives Matter: The Night Masquerade (Binti #3) by Nnedi Okorafor
New to you Genre: TBD
Couple on Cover: The Wrong Mr. Darcy by Evelyn Lozada; Holly Lorincz
Three Word Title: Strike Me Down by Mindy Mejia
Part of a Series: The Bear and the Nightingale (Winternight Trilogy #1) by Katherine Arden
Heart on Cover: The Dating Charade by Melissa Ferguson
A book about self-care TBD
Written in 2nd person POV: TBD
5 star read: TBD
A romance novel: The Kissing Game by Marie Harte
Under 280 pages: TBD
Re-Read an old favorite: TBD
Red or Pink Cover: The Holdout by Graham Moore
Mythology: The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern
Tale of obsession: TBD
Published in 2020: The Other People by C. J. Tudor
Fairy Tale Retelling: TBD
Featured on Bookish: TBD
Written by POC author: Queenie by Candice Carty-Williams
Protagonist is a single parent: TBD
Theme of female friendship: TBD
#own voices: Woven in Moonlight by Isabel Ibañez
Here’s a few lists on goodreads that contain #ownvoices books!
This is so adorable! Can I just say thanks to Bookishfirst staff for making these lovely challenges every month? This really give me a great jumping off point when it comes to figuring out what I am going to read this month!
Thank you, I’m looking for a book translated in italian. “the 7 1/2 deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle” is in the list, can I read it as bookish featuring?
Yes, that book would work!
Congrats!! What prompts did you read to get your bingo?