#BookBingoNW2019: By an author from Mexico or Canada

If you’re still working away on your Adult Summer Book Bingo, we’re back with some suggestions for authors from Mexico and Canada to check out. I’ve focused on writers with a new book out in the past few years, but try our longer list in the catalog for even more suggestions including some classic authors … Continue reading “#BookBingoNW2019: By an author from Mexico or Canada”

#BookBingoNW2019: One Word Titles

A few readers have asked if the one-word title reading challenge for Book Bingo can include a book with a subtitle. There are no hard and fast rules for Book Bingo (for any of the squares), but I’m going to weigh in with an enthusiastic and reassuring “YES! Read that book with a long subtitle!” … Continue reading “#BookBingoNW2019: One Word Titles”

#BookBingoNW2019: Set in Summer

A particular satisfaction can be found in reading that mirrors the season outside, a satisfaction you can revel in while filling the BookBingoNW category Set in Summer. From coming-of-age, to mystery, to general fiction and nonfiction, we have ideas to get you started. Call Me By Your Name by Andre Aciman Over the course of … Continue reading “#BookBingoNW2019: Set in Summer”

#BookBingoNW2019: Science

Looking for something to fill in your Book Bingo “Science” square?  Something that will stretch your brain? How about a fascinating page-turner that somehow makes complex topics easy to grasp? Here are some titles that bear no resemblance to a dusty chemistry textbook: A Brief History of Everyone Who Ever Lived: The Human Story Retold … Continue reading “#BookBingoNW2019: Science”

#BookBingoNW2019: Set in the Northwest

Welcome to another year of Summer Book Bingo and suggestions for the category “set in the NW!” This category is one of my favorites because it gives me a chance to explore my home region in fiction. Find these titles and other suggestions here. While I’m native to Portland, OR, there’s one book that made … Continue reading “#BookBingoNW2019: Set in the Northwest”