October 2021 Bookish Bingo

Are you ready to tackle your TBR pile this month? Join us in October and conquer your TBR!

If you share a completed bingo in the comments below before November 1, you’ll receive 20 bonus points!

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 a bingo, shout it out here.

BF 2021 Bingo Boards

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October Bookish Bingo Categories: Protagonist owns a cat, Audiobook, Black cover, Spooky setting, Title Begins with an O, Murder, Paranormal, Title begins with an R, Protagonist isn’t human, Mystery to be solved, Anthology, Featured on Bookishfirst, Free space, Gothic, Unreliable narrator, Night in the title, Book has 13 or 31 chapters, Published before 2010, Protagonist is a writer, Indigenous author, Orange cover, Character wears disguise or costume, Published in October, Magic, Gambling

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For some reason this topic doesn’t appear in the Bookish Bingo Category.

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Ohh another bookish bingo for me to do this month! I am doing one with my YAFA Patreon group as well :blush:

Thank you for letting us know, just fixed the tags :grinning:

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Any recommendations for books with 13 or 31 chapters?

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@cary There’s a middle grade children’s book, A Wolf Called Wander by Rosanne Parry. It contains 13 chapters. Here’s a blurb:

Swift, a young wolf cub, lives with his pack in the mountains learning to hunt, competing with his brothers and sisters for hierarchy, and watching over a new litter of cubs. Then a rival pack attacks, and Swift and his family scatter.

Alone and scared, Swift must flee and find a new home. His journey takes him a remarkable one thousand miles across the Pacific Northwest. The trip is full of peril, and Swift encounters forest fires, hunters, highways, and hunger before he finds his new home.

Inspired by the true story of a wolf named OR-7 (or Journey).

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The Bromance Book Club has 31 chapters.

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You rock!!! It’s on my list and I keep meaning to read it- now I have another reason to go to it!!!

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Protagonist Owns A Cat: The Ex Hex
Audiobook: His & Hers
Black Cover: The Atlas Six
Spooky Setting: Escape Room
Murder: An Elderly Lady Is Up To No Good
Paranormal: Amityville Horror
Title Begins With R: Rules for Vanishing
Mystery to Be Solved: I Am Not Who You Think I Am
Night in Title: The Night She Disappeared
Published Before 2010: The Witches
Protagonist is a Writer: The Corpse Flower
Published in October: The Violent Season

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BINGO! :smiley:
Night in title:
Book has 31 or 13 chapters:
Published before 2010
Protagonist is a writer
Indigenous author

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Another Bingo!
Protagonist owns a cat
Murder
Anthology
Night in Title
Orange Cover

Thank you! That sounds like a fun read!

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The Elite in the selection series has 31 chapters I think.

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Please share which books you read, it helps others get ideas!

Hi, which books did you read? Helps me with suggestions!!

I think I got Bingo!

Protagonist owns a cat - Eight Perfect Murders

Audiobook - Death of a Charming Man

Black Cover - Grace Logan and the Goblin Bones

Spooky Setting - Graveneye

Title Begins with an O - Orphan Witch

Thank you! I’ll have to check it out!

I made an Instagram post with a few titles - @bookishnicole it was surprisingly hard to find. I did Life’s Too Short by Abby Jimenez - adult romance. I have some YA titles that I shared but can’t recall off the top of my head.

Double bingo!

Protagonist owns a cat- Death at Castle Dark
Murder- The Rocky Road to Murder
Anthology- Amish Candy Shop Holidays
‘Night’ in the title- The Night She Disappeared
Orange cover- Murder and Marinara

Black cover- Area 51
Title begins with R- Read and Buried
Free
Published before 2010- Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader Cat Lover’s Companion
Published in October- Without a Brew