Open a book this minute and start reading. Don’t move until you’ve reached page fifty. Until you’ve buried your thoughts in print. Cover yourself with words. Wash yourself away. Dissolve. Carol Shields Republic of Love

Reading Bingo 2013

When it comes to leisure activities, the only thing in my family which consumes as much time as reading is playing games.

So, the Reading Bingo Challenge is the perfect combination of pleasures for me.

Reading Bingo Boad

B
1 Book chosen for its cover Jennifer Close’s The Smart One
2 Book from the library Daniel Glattauer’s Love Virtually
3 Book on your shelf for > 5 years: Elizabeth Taylor’s The Sleeping Beauty
4 Book with more than 400 pages: Wilkie Collins’ The Woman in White
5 Book recommended by a celebrity


1 Book you saw someone reading
2 Book out of my comfort zone: Gerry Fostaty’s As You Were
3 Book recommended to me: Jo Walton’s Among Others
4 Book of poetry Carol Ann Duffy’s The World’s Wife
5 Book by Canadian author: Richard Wagamese’s Indian Horse

N
1 Book that will help with career
2 Book that won an award: Margaret Atwood’s The Robber Bride
3 FREE – STAR
4 Book you heard about on the radio: Lisa Moore’s February
5 Book you (should have) read in high school

G
1 Book you saw on TV: G.R.R. Martin’s A Clash of Kings
2 Book recommended by local bookseller: Thomas King’s The Inconvenient Indian
3 Book with great first line: Tayari Jones’ Silver Sparrow
4 Book with pictures: Neil Gaiman’s Harlequin Valentine
5 Book you would have read as a teen: Buffy the VS, The Long Way Home

O
1 Book with animal on cover: Charles de Lint’s The Dreaming Place
2 YA novel Scott Westerfeld’s Uglies
3 Book by celebrity
4 Book recommended by my barista
5 Book “everyone” but me has read: E.L. James’ Fifty Shades of Grey

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