OK – let’s do this!

 

As per Moonlight Reader Madness:

Well, alright — here we go!  Angela Carter’s The Bloody Chamber is a collection of short stories, so spreading these out over the course of a week will allow me to make progress here while at the same time finishing up my “Summer of Spies” reads.

 

My Bingo Markers:

   
Read but not called ~~~ called but not read ~~~ both read and called

 

Wild Card Author:

TBD — currently leaning towards Neil Gaiman.

 

My Card:

Comprehensive update post to follow separately.

 

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