How are you going with your reading challenges so far this year? Are you beginning to sense a mid-year reading slump lurking around the corner?
Good news! The Australian Women Writers Challenge has something to help motivate you as autumn (very slowly) approaches.
We have designed two bingo cards for you to try to complete. If you are an avid AWW reader, please don’t feel restricted to only filling in one – you are welcome to fill in both!
To make it fair (and to provide a little more incentive), any book you have read and reviewed since January 2016 can be counted. If you are unable to fill in a whole card you are welcome to create your own mini-challenge and try for a line or two.
Most excitingly, there will be a prize draw for people who complete one (or two) cards. At the moment the prizes will only be for Australian residents but we are currently trying to source some international prizes for our overseas readers.
How to Enter
Write a wrap up post with links to your reviews and leave a link to it in the comments below. If you don’t have a blog you can link to your Goodreads (or similar) pages.
If you are stuck with what to do, you can have a look at a post I did for a similar reading challenge last year – click here. (Obviously, we’d prefer it if you didn’t fail any categories!)
If you would like a Word version of the cards to fill in with the titles as you go, please see the downloadable links below.
The final date for entries is 31 October 2016.
About me: I live in the UK by way of Australia and blog at Orange Pekoe Reviews. Orange Pekoe was my preferred flavour of tea in Australia. It is like Lady Grey, only richer. Those with an interest in psychology probably have oodles to say about the fact that I am a hopeless coffee addict but have named my blog after a tea.