Low-Key Booklikes-opoly in June & July

Reblogged from: Moonlight Reader

 

I was looking back over last year’s Booklikes-opoly game on the Bingo group and I’m struck at how nostalgic the travel theme feels, from just a year ago. Which made me realize that I’m looking down the barrel of a long, hot summer with nothing but armchair travel to sustain me.    Which made me think:

 

 

Why not play it again?

I was a lousy host for Snakes & Ladders, and I can’t really promise to do much better for a summer tiime game of BL-opoly, but I’m going to play it – low key, no stress – as long as BL sticks around and lets me.

I’m going to run my game from today through July 31st, which will give me plenty of time to gear up for Halloween Bingo – I need to be in top form for the flagship game of Booklikes. 

My total bank ended at $127.00 last year, so my goal for this year is to try to exceed that number!

If anyone wants to join me, you can find the game board & rules on the bingo group! 

 

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