Winter 2016-2017 Bookish Bingo

The originator of this challenge is Bekka @Pretty Deadly Reviews

When I saw this Winter Bookish Bingo through a post from my friend Ezinwanyi @ohmyshelves.com, I knew I had to join this challenge, as I love playing Bingo!

The Ins and Outs of this Bingo challenge:

There is a new bingo card for each season and this one will be for December 2016, January 2017, and February 2017.
The object is to get as many bingo’s as possible, using one square per book.
At the end of the season, there will be a giveaway! The more bingo’s you get, the more chances you have to win!

For the Twitter Poll square, create a poll or something similar and ask people to choose the book you will read.

❀ Green Cover: Nice Guys Bite (December 2016)-12/12/16
❀ Alternative Format (I primarily read on e-book format, so going to a paper book is an alternative for me): A Log Cabin Christmas Collection-12/21/16
❀ Set Abroad: Lord Dashwood Missed Out-12/10/16
❀ Sequel: Sweet Magik-12/16/16
❀ Own Voices:
❀ Banned Book:
❀ 2017 Debut:
❀ Romance:
❀ Goodreads Choice Nominee: Red Queen-12/9/16
❀ Pink Cover:
❀ Not YA:
❀ White Cover: Stealing Christmas-12/7/16
❀ FREE:
❀ Science Fiction:
❀ December, January, February Release:
❀ Crime:
❀ Survival:
❀ Blue Cover:
❀ LGBT:
❀ Super Hyped:
❀ Twitter Poll (I’m not on Twitter, so I will use The Challenge Factory’s Give Me 5 Thread on Goodreads): Goodnight Tweetheart picked in this comment.-12/25/16
❀ Nature on Cover:
❀ Unreliable Narrator:
❀ Cover Buy:
❀ Urban Fantasy:

Bingo 1:
Bingo 2:
Bingo 3:
Bingo 4:

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