Bingo 2022 (r/fantasy)
Knock on the door, number 4!
Unlucky for some, number 14! (I know it should be 13, but it is an old joke.)
Anyway, not that kind of Bingo! Honestly!
If you are not aware, Reddit r/fantasy have a yearly reading challenge... the Bingo Card - see below:
From the thread:
Fantasy Book Bingo is a yearly reading challenge within the r/Fantasy community. Its one-year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new authors and books, to boldly go where few readers have gone before . . . (okay, a lot of us have gone here by now, just roll with it!)
The core of this challenge is all about encouraging readers to step out of their comfort zones, discover new and amazing reads, and motivate everyone to keep up on their reading throughout the next year.
See... kind of like Bingo but with books and that's much more exciting.
Seven Deaths of an Empire was chosen as the June RAB Bookclub read on r/fantasy and in honour of that I put together a short menu of where the book (and my others) fit onto the Bingo card.
A sort of helper, a guide, a pathway... and way to encourage readers to pick up the books and give them a go!
Hope it helps you out!