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message 1: by Erica (new)

Erica (thebrokenspine) | 26 comments Since I'm a mood reader, I'll update the list as I go.

Level One Bingo
Four Corners: Mark off the four outside corners of the Bingo board.
Five-in-a-Row: Mark off five squares in a row. This can be done horizontally, vertically, or diagonally.

Level Two Bingo
Small Box: Mark off all the 9 inner squares of the board (including the free square), leaving blank the 16 outside border squares.

Level Three Bingo
Outside Box: Mark off all 16 of the outer squares, leaving blank the 9 inner squares.

Level Four Bingo
Blackout! Mark off all the squares of the board.

B1: 18th Century or Earlier Classic
B2: Book Chosen by the Cover
B3: European Classic
B4: Telegraph’s 100 Novels List
B5: 20th Century Classic

I1: Book from the Group’s Bookshelf Prior to 2019
I2: New-to-You Author
I3: Classic Play
I4: Literary Prize of Your Country
I5: Classic on Your Bookshelf For over a Year

N1: South American Classic
N2: Short Story Collection
N4: Poetry or Essay Collection
N5: Asian Classic

G1: Winner of a Foreign Literary Prize
G2: Classic By a Female Author
G3: Classic Non-fiction
G4: Written by Nobel Laureate
G5: Book from the Group's 2019 Bookshelf

O1: 19th Century Classic
O2: Classic Sci-fi or Fantasy
O3: Classic Comedy or Satire
O4: Classic Romance
O5: 21st Century Potential Classic

message 2: by Rosemarie (new)

Rosemarie | 1556 comments Good luck, Erica. I am doing my Bingo the same way.

message 3: by Katy, New School Classics (new)

Katy (kathy_h) | 9433 comments Mod
Sounds like a good plan Erica. Have fun with your challenge.

message 4: by Kathleen (new)

Kathleen | 3796 comments Yay for mood reading! I'm trying to become more of a mood reader. Problem is I'm always in the mood to plan. :-/ I look forward to following what you choose, Erica.

message 5: by Terris (new)

Terris | 2422 comments I love the planning part! But think how much more reading I could get done if I'd just sit down and read -- but then how would I know what to read if I didn't have a plan?! You know, chicken/egg, oh well :/

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