Completed my RandomHouse 2014 Reading Bingo Card!

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I finally went through my reading Bingo Card from RandomHouse that I wrote about way back when in January. I wasn’t sure if I would be able to check everything off of the bingo card, even though I have read 44 books so far this year. As I started filling out the books I’ve read on the back, I was very surprised to see the whole card was completed! Yay! So what were the books?

  • A book with more than 500 pages: I know this much is true
  • A Forgotten Classic: Moby Dick
  • A book that became a movie: The Rosie Project
  • A book published this year: The Chalet
  • A book with a number in the title: The Third Kingdom
  • A book written by someone under thirty: Red Rising
  • A book with non-human characters: Board Stiff
  • A funny book: The complete fairy tales of the brother’s grimm
  • A book by a female author: Pagan Stone
  • A book with a mystery: Into the Wild
  • A book with a one word title: Abandon
  • A book of short stories: In the company of thieves
  • FREE SPACE
  • A book set on a different continent: Pride & Prejudice
  • A book of non fiction: Steve Jobs
  • The first book by a favourite author: The midwife of hope river
  • A book you heard about online: The midwife of venice
  • A best selling book: The secret life of Walter Mitty
  • A book based on a true story: I am Malala
  • A book at the bottom of your to-read pile: Crystal Singer
  • A book your friend loves: Chasers of the light: Poems from the typewriter series
  • A book that scares you: A clockwork Orange
  • A book that is more than 10 years old: The White Dragon
  • The second book in a series: Fire and Ice
  • A book with a blue cover: The MacKinnon’s Bride

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I’m looking forward to seeing what next year’s list looks like. Honestly even though I read so many books, I feel like this was a poor year for my book habits. I’m hoping to do better next year, maybe add more classics to the list, and discover more new authors. We’ll just have to see how it goes.

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