Since I rather enjoy slotting book covers onto a calendar, I asked Elza to set me up with a fresh page for June. There’s no real challenge involved. I just wanted a visual to track my reading for this month. I’ll update it throughout the month.
And of course … it’s time for another round of Summer Reading BINGO! #MGCarousel
Ahead of the Game. I’m a little ahead with the all-cover on this month’s BINGO board. Which is good. The back half of the month is promising to be busy. Plus, May has 31 days, so I need 6 books beyond what’ll fit on my board.
Scheming. May is one of the only months when it’s actually possible for me to achieve an all-cover on my BINGO board. But only if I can find titles that fit. I’m optimistic. And cheeky enough to start in one corner. Let’s see how far I can march across the board!
Must confess! I have a big pile of (mostly short) books ready to read in order to stay on pace with #BookADayMay. But I have no idea if any of them will fit the squares for this month’s BINGO board. Let’s find out together! ~CJ
It’s time for a new BINGO board, courtesy of Middle Grade Carousel. I enjoy all sorts of challenges, including reading ones. This month, I think I’ve plotted a do-able course that’ll give me five in a row. How about you? Ready to join in?
January Bingo Board. Armed with a 100-title reading list for 2021 and a fresh start with my GMGR A to Z Challenge, I’m excited to launch into this month’s game. I think I’ve plotted a doable row. (Maybe even two!) Will you be participating in any reading challenges this year?
Autumn Busyness. I haven’t been posting much or reading much. (This happens whenever I’m deep in another project.) But I’ve skimmed past my looming deadlines and landed on my feet. Daily walks have increased my reading time. Let’s see if I can scrape together a BINGO this month!