Halloween Bingo is Almost Here!

And it's not too late to join us over at Booklikes! Click on the picture below to learn how to request your card if you're a Booklikes member (it's all free).



Here's my beautiful custom card and a little glimpse into what kinds of books I'll be reading over the next several weeks.


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  1. This looks like fun. :) Love those of those categories!

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    1. It is so much fun and there's no pressure, just lots of great creepy book goodness in the feed. It's the one book game I look forward to all year.

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  2. That looks like fun and I love your personal bingo card. Not a member so I can't join you I'm afraid! Pity, looks like it would be good!

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    1. It's a ton of fun. I know you're busy with your blog but if you find a spare hour sign on and join us. Booklikes is a fun place and there is no pressure. We'd love to have you :)

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    2. Actually Booklikes sounds pretty good what with the half stars that GR refuse to give us and being able to import everything over. It might be worth thinking about...if I can find the time to get it done!

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  3. I really kind of want to do this but I am afraid the mood reader in me might not make it...do you try and read the whole card or just as many as you can?

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    1. I'm a mood reader too. I tried to put together a list last night and was overwhelmed with my choices. I'm going to wait for bingo calls and wing it from there. I do terrible with any kind of schedule/strict list. I'm so glad you've joined us over at Booklikes!

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    2. Oops, I didn't answer your question. I just try to read as many as I can. I'm a slow reader and supplement with a few audiobooks. Last year I completed a full row plus a square and thought that was pretty awesome for me. Many people fill up the cards but I'll never be one of them.

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