Welcome to my low-stress, super relaxed reading* challenge for next year! You can choose to do a line, try to do as much as possible in your preferred genre, attack it randomly or go for the full house, it’s really up to you. Some of the squares are geared more to one genre but all are open to interpretation. I’ve laid out the card so that a down line is more easily done in a single genre if you so wish.
Wibbly Wobbly Time Travel
It’s the End of the World As We Know It
This is Totally Going to Happen One Day
Kings, Queens and Long, Lost Relatives
Will there be prizes?
Sure, if you sign up and link back to this post, you can enter to win a SFF book of your choice (see below). Depending on how many people actively participate there may be more prizes during 2018, but I don’t want to commit myself if there’s only two of us doing it!
What books count?
Science fiction, fantasy, horror, speculative and magical realism are all OK.
Do I need a blog to take part?
Nope! You can sign up on any social platform (I need to be able to see your sign-up post if you’re entering the giveaway though). Please use the hashtag #SFvsFBingo so others can find your posts and see what you’ve been reading.
Can I link up my reviews?
I will be posting some linkies here on my blog in the new year, one for science fiction and another for fantasy, so we can see which genre “wins” at the end of the year. You don’t need to link up, or even review your books, if you don’t want to. Like I said, it’s super relaxed. If you want to sign up but not enter the giveaway, please just leave a comment.
You can download an alternate square version of the bingo card here but please refer back to the challenge when using it.
*You could totally do this as a photo challenge if you’d prefer. If you’re signing up on Instagram, please mention/tag @patchworkbunny so I know you’re taking part.
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