The Luck of the Reader: March Bookish Bingo

The Luck of the Reader: March Bookish Bingo

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Put away that four leaf clover. You won’t need luck to score a bingo this month, just an eagle eye for which books on your TBR will make you a Bookish bingo star.

Here are the rules:

– Each book you read can only be used for a single square on the board.

– Each prompt is open to your interpretation.

– To score a bingo, you must complete a vertical, horizontal, or diagonal row of squares—to help, we’ve given you a head start with a free square in the center!

To score a bingo, you’ll need to read at least four books this March, and we have no doubt you’re up to the task.  If you need some inspiration, look beneath the board for our recommendations for each prompt!

Download your Bookish bingo card below and make sure you share your progress with us by using #BookishBingo on social media.

Psst: For an additional challenge, celebrate Women’s History Month by reading all female authors this month!

Set in New Orleans

Third in a series

New-to-you author

Title begins with M

Green cover

Neurodiverse lead

Includes pi(e)

Memoir by a woman of color

Set in Ireland

Intersectional feminism


Trans woman protagonist


Graphic memoir

Includes a recipe

“Luck” in title

Multiple authors

Woman seeks the throne

Published in March

Environmental message

Trip to Mars

City you’ve visited

Jewish author

Kelly Gallucci
Kelly Gallucci is the Executive Editor of, where she oversees Bookish's editorial content, offers book recommendations, and interviews authors like Leigh Bardugo, V.E. Schwab, and Sabaa Tahir. She's just coming off of moderating an author panel at New York Comic Con. When she's not working, Kelly can be found color coordinating her bookshelves, eating Chipotle, and binging Netflix with her pitbull. She is a Gryffindor.


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