Hard to find genre
The Mistress and Her Men by Minerva Howe
For my hard to find genre, I decided to go with a polyamorous femdom historical romance novel. I’m not going to lie, I agonised over that sentence 😅Continue reading “Book Bingo Update 9”
It’s September and I have done it! I’ve hit bingo, not once but twice! I’m still going to carry on and try and fill the rest of the card. So you’ll still see this monthly update. But in the mean time:
Dragon’s Hoard by M.A. Church
I bought this book ages ago from Dreamspinner Press and somehow never got around to reading it. After I found this gem in my digital bookshelf I quickly spent a day reading and loving it!Continue reading “Book Bingo Update 8 (DOUBLE BINGO)”
Aquicorn Cove by Katie O’Neill
I am pretty sure (read 100% sure) that Goodreads recommended Aquicorn Cove to me because I have just finished reading The Tea Dragon Society. I have also previously read Katie O’Neill’s book Princess Princess Ever After for this very Book Bingo.Continue reading “Book Bingo Update 7”
The Fox, The Dog, and the King by Matt Doyle.
While I wouldn’t class this book as a typical Sci-Fi novel is nonetheless occupies such a Sci-Fi space. I’m constantly in awe of the technology of these books and love the world building surrounding these sci-fi-mysteries.Continue reading “Book Bingo Update 5”
Due to such a great response to my Book Bingo Post, I thought I would share the love and post a blank Bingo Card for people to use.
To use this card, all you need to do is click the image, ‘Save image as,’ and then go to town filling in the blanks. There are many different ways you can edit this image, if you have the software you can use the Adobe Creative Suite, use Canva which is free and in browser, or simply pop it into paint and add text to your hearts content.
If you do use the below blank card, be sure to let me know! I’d love to see what you’re challenging yourself with this year!
As always, Happy Reading!
Alex Reads Queer Books
Stories Flowing Through Her Veins
Imagination is our only weapon in the war against reality
i say, even in another time
Thoughts from a bookish mind.