Book Bingo 2021

January is such a busy blogging time because it’s when I set up everything for the coming year and get all my challenges lined up. This time round it’s my Book Bingo. This year I have chosen a mix of old and new in my 25 categories. I have kept a lot from last year but I have also mixed up a few others.

I looked for inspiration at previous cards but I found that the ones I had on my 2017 and 2018 cards for example were things I were reading anyway. I no longer need Graphic Novel or Set in Australia as I tend to read them by default now. Having said that, I did revisit some old ones like Non-human MC to see what I could find to fit the box this time around. I also included some new ones like Anthology, Short Stories and two nonfiction options. I kept my favourites which are my Fairytale Retelling and the evergreen TBR and Reread because they are good broad options and because even though I will read them anyway, I love having it on my card.

So not a super change from last year really, I might try a trope one next year but I never know how that works so I might poke about and see if I get any idea through the year.

Do you use bingo cards to help with your reading? Do you like having broad categories or more specific tropes? As always feel free to download this card to use for your own bingo, or check out previous posts through the Book Bingo tag and see previous cards.

 

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Ally
    Jan 21, 2021 @ 01:14:46

    Ooo! That looks like so much fun 🤩

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