Book Bingo 2020 – The BIG Reveal & a roundup of my 2019 Book Bingo posts

The new 2020 Book Bingo card is here for those interested in joining in in 2020 check out the links below for more information and like these blogs to follow along.


via #BookBingo2020 – The BIG Reveal – Theresa Smith Writes

& Book Bingo 2020: Launch Day – Mrs B’s Book Reviews

& Book Bingo 2020 Intro – The Book Muse


Now I thought I’d roundup all my 2019 Book Bingo posts


Round 1 – A book set in an exotic location – Daughter of the Sky by Michelle Diener

Round 2 – Novel less  than 150 pages – The Purple Hills by Alissa Callen

Round 3 – A book with a red cover & Written by an author I’ve never read – The Christmas Wish by Beth Prentice & Valor by Karrie Roman

Round 4 – Written by an Australian Male & Memoir about a non-famous person  – Ridgeview Station by Michael Trant & Eggshell Skull by Bri Lee

Round 5 – Book set in the Australian outback – Sunshine by Kim Kelly

Round 6 – Themes of Fantasy – Arkanae by Lynette Noni

Round 7 – Book by an author with the same initials as you – Wayward Heart by Cathryn Hein

Round 8 – Themes of Inequality – Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult

Round 9 – Novel that has 500 pages or more – The Chocolate Maker’s Wife by Karen Brooks

Round 10 – A fictional novel about a woman from history – Esther by Jessica North

Round 11 – Romance – The Soccer Player and the Single Mom by Kyra Jacobs

Round 12 – Crime – The Dare by Carol Wyer

Round 13 – Historical – The Postmistress by Alison Stuart

Round 14 – Book set in the Australian Mountains – Cllimbing Fear by Leisl Leighton

Round 15 – Themes of science fiction – Mercenary Royal by Shona Husk

Round 16 – Book set on the Australian coast – Urchin’s Bluff by Eliza Bennetts

Round 17 – Book with a place in the title – Singapore Sapphire by A.M Stuart

Round 18 – Written by an Australian woman – Spoilt For Love by Monique Mulligan

Round 19 – Book written by an Australian woman more than 10 years ago – Master of Ransome by Lucy Walker

Round 20 – Themes of culture – The Kabul Peace House by Mark Isaacs

Round 21 – Literary – Wearing Paper Dresses by Anne Brinsden

Round 22 – Prize winning novel – Invisible Boys by Holden Sheppard

Round 23 – Nonfiction book about an event – Hiroshima by John Hersey

Round 24 – Comedy & Beloved Classic – Fatal Break by Beth Prentice & The Wizard of Oz by Frank Baum

Round 25 – Written by an author over the age of 65 – The Last Paradise by Di Morrissey

Round 26 – Written by an author under the age 35 & Themes of Justice – Wundersmith by Jessica Townsend & Dark Heart by Tony Park

Wow what a bingo card this was, there were a few that were very hard to fill. Luckily next years looks much easier. I hope you will join me in next years Book Bingo challenge.