Bingo · Books


I got Bingo! Surpringly. I didn’t look at the sheet as I read throughout the month. I got straight down vertical the middle. I have no idea if I’ll get another. Bingo: Multi POV: The Winter Lodge by Susan Wiggs Green Cover: Holiday Temptations by Donna Hill, Farrah Rochon, and K.M. Jackson Free Retelling: A Study… Continue reading Bingo!

Bingo · Books

Fall into Bingo

  I’ve always like the idea of the bingo card reading challenge but I’ve never actually done one. This one is for fall, so September, October, and November. I’m going to apply anything that I’ve read starting September 1st to this. For more details go here. Multi POV: The Winter Lodge by Susan Wiggs Green… Continue reading Fall into Bingo

Books · Pre-Orders

Preorders For All

I preorder a lot. It’s the only time I can convince myself to pay full price for an ebook. I generally don’t like paying more than $1.99, unless I’m drunk one-clicking. My preordering got to a point that I started keeping a spreadsheet. There are some books that I immediately ordered when I heard about them. Others… Continue reading Preorders For All

Books · Read-a-thon · Reading Plans

Bout of Books 17 Planning

I’m fully aware that I won’t get through every one of these books. I like having options, or my husband insists that I at least put The Ocean at the End of the Lane on my list. I started Beyond Heaving Bosoms on the last day of the last Bout of Books in May and haven’t picked it… Continue reading Bout of Books 17 Planning

Books · Read-a-thon · Reading Plans

Bout of Books Read-a-Thon 2

It’s time for another Bout of Books Read-a-Thon. My hope is to get over the reading slump I’ve been in the last few weeks. I had intended to read books that I already own, but I got a notice from the library that A Lady by Midnight was available. I, then, proceeded to check out… Continue reading Bout of Books Read-a-Thon 2


2015’s ABC Challenge

The ABC Challenge is when the books you read throughout the year correlates to a letter of the alphabet. You can configure it any you want. Book title, author first name, author last name, any word in the title, a mix of it all. I chose to use the first letter of the first word… Continue reading 2015’s ABC Challenge