Halloween Bingo 2017
I didn't feel like posting my table in this wrap up, but it can be found at my Halloween Bingo 2017 summary page linked directly above this intro paragraph. All books have been read and all squares have been called, so all I decided to do was simply show visuals of each square on my personalized card, in order of each row going across left to right.
All of my Bingo books read have been reviewed, whether short or full, and the book covers link to them.
In addition, I have also added a few books that I read in October that I decided to sort into fitting categories as well. These books may or may not have been reviewed yet.
If I had to reward some random categories for my Halloween Bingo books:
- The Favorite One: Black Rose by Nora Roberts
- The Disappointing One: Just Past Midnight by Amanda Stevens
- The Best Discussions: The Thin Man by Dashiell Hammett
- The Most Unexpected... Expectations Met: Every Secret Thing by Susanna Kearsley
- The Guilty Pleasure Love: Jaxson by Alisa Woods
- The Sleep Inducing One: The Turn of the Screw by Henry James
- The Most Memorable: The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman
This year's Halloween Bingo was extremely fun, but unfortunately my choice in books wasn't exactly the best. Last year, there was A Curious Beginning by Deanna Raybourn and The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman, both of which were exceptionally wonderful books. This year, I had trouble figuring out which book was my favorite, if only because none of them really stood out exceptionally.
Black Rose was a great book, as were the rest of the In the Garden trilogy, but I can't say that it was one of those "OMG! This book is so awesome!" kind of feels that I'd had with The Graveyard Book or A Curious Beginning.
In contrast, I DID get to read more books of my own favorite genre, so my enjoyability was still quite high. I'm actually quite surprised at how many Romantic Suspense novels I was able to insert into this year's Halloween Bingo game, and that is definitely thanks to the new twist in this game that lets us choose square categories more to our liking.
Finally, I wanted to give a really big shout out to Moonlight Reader and Obsidian Blue for another wonderfully created Booklikes game! Halloween Bingo was so much fun last year, and this year the changes were even better! I'm so glad that I started following the reading challenges that Moonlight and Obsidian have been putting together, because they have brought another layer of fun to my reading life.
Along with all the interactions between all of the players in this BL community, the games we have played have always been extremely satisfying and a wonderful way to knock out books on the TBR!
I definitely look forward to what these two lovely ladies, or anyone else for the matter, have in store for the next reading challenge/game!
Completed Marked Card:
Called Square: Green Square Border
Read Square: Red Eyes Penni
Called and Read Square: Red Eyes Penni in a Green Box
Bingos: Multiple Red Eyes Penni in Green Boxes with Orange Laser Eyes Across the Board