It’s here!! It’s here!!

My super-pretty, phantastic, printed physical bingo card was in the mail today.  Yey!!  Thank you so much, MbD and MT!!  And MM, again, for creating its digital version …

And it even comes with its very own spreadsheet on the back side!  Woohoo!

You guys have really outdone yourselves … once more.  Thank you so much!!

(More than ever, my Halloween book stacks are “possibles” rather than firmly planned reads.  I’m definitely going to be playing it by ear this time around.  This is especially true for the golden age mysteries on top of the stack to the right — and I’ve also got a few audio downloads that I want to include in my bingo reading; plus at least one of the new releases by C.J. Samson, Michael Connelly and J.K. Rowling (writing as Robert Galbraith) due to hit bookstores this fall.)

 

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