From March to May, Bekka from Pretty Deadly Reviews is hosting a round of Bookish Bingo. The whole point is to get as many bingos as possible. The more bingos, the more giveaway entries. All types of books (fiction, non-fiction, novellas) count, but you can only have one square per book.
The challenge ends at the end of the month and I’m happy to finally check off a few more squares.
- Non-Fiction: For this category I read Witches: The Absolutely True Tale of Disaster in Salem by Rosalyn Schnauzer. It was a fantastic and quick history about a topic was only new a tiny bit about. The writing was conversational and the drawings at the start of each chapter were fantastic.
- Set Over 200 Years Ago: I planned on finishing The Huntress of Thornbeck Forest by Melanie Dickerson during the Bookish Bingo Readathon, but fell short by a few chapters. The story is set Germany in 1363 and is basically a Robin Hood retelling featuring a female archer who poaches from the rich margrave to feed the poor.
- More Than One Author: Faith and Moonlight: Part 2 by Mark Gelineau and Joe King was probably my least favourite in the Echoes of the Ascended series. I like their darker stories better, but it is still extremely well written. I’m always amazed by what these two authors can do in less than 100 pages.