REBLOG: Bingo information!

Reblogged from: Moonlight Reader

 

You can find further information/ask questions about bingo in the bingo group. Some helpful threads:

Rules thread: This is the place where you find the rules. If you have a question about one of the bingo rules or a question about game format, post it here!

Questions about squares: All of the discussion related to the squares and which books fit/don’t fit the squares can be found in this thread. If you have a specific question about a book/space, post it here!

Request your card: This is the place to put your card request. If you don’t post here, you will not get a card! This is also where I will post your card.

If you have more questions about where to find things, comment below!

 

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