Summer Bookish Bingo…. The Conclusion!

Summer Bookish Bingo…. The Conclusion!

Hello everyone,

About a month ago I posted a challenge I wanted to try out during my vacation (though also adding one book I just couldn’t resist until my vacation). You can find the post here to see my pre-chart list of books that I hoped to read.

Now my vacation is over, and the question arises, did I manage to make a Bingo? Ore even more than one? Did I achieve more books and fill in more parts? Shall we find out?
First I will post my pre-chart, and after that I will post the new chart to compare them.





Whoop, whoop, it seems I almost filled it all up! I only have 4 more blocks left, and 5 rows of BINGO! in total, which makes me really proud. I will definitely try this kind of Bingo Chart again, this time for the full 3 months, instead of my 3 weeks of vacation.

Thanks to Bekka at Pretty Deadly Blog for this wonderful chart! I had a lot of fun trying to find and match books, and then also read them. <3

Here is the final list with all the books I used, and in what field they fit:

Name in Title: Margrietje en de babysitter
Aussie Author: Bad Guys
Magic: A Wisher’s Guide to Starland
Water on Cover: Wicked
Historical Setting: 1900s-1950s: Groningen in Vuur en Puin (1940-1945)
White Cover: Princess Jellyfish 2-in-1 Omnibus
Folklore or Myths: The Curse of the Cairo Cat
June, July, August Release: With Malice
Weather Words in Title: Sunny Side Up
Red Cover: Supergirl at Super Hero High
Part of a 4+ Book Series: Monster High Diaries
Free: Geek’s Guide to Unrequited Love
POC MC: Kroepoek en Saté
2016 Debut: All the Feels
Starts with S, U, M, E, or R: Riding Star
Yellow Cover: One
Middle Grade: Nancy Drew and the Clue Crew: The Case of the Sneaky Snowman
Outdoors: Wanderlost
Food in Title or on Cover: Nancy Drew and the Clue Crew: Scream for Ice Cream
Political Intrigue: Ever Never Handbook (I would consider it that, considering all that is being said in it)
Monsters: Poison and Protect

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