Dawson’s Creek Book Bingo

Dawson’s Creek Book Bingo
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I am now writing this as I am listening to the Dawson’s Creek soundtrack Kiss Me and taking the road down nostalgia lane to Capeside. Dawson’s Creek is the show that defined my adolescence and shaped me into the unequivocal fangirl I still am today. This is the kind of show that instilled my undying predilection of love triangles, soulmates, and my never-ending hope of Joshua Jackson and Katie Holmes getting back together. In honor of the 22nd anniversary of Dawson’s Creek, my friends and I got together to do a book bingo dedicated to one of the most quintessential nineties teen shows! There are 25 prompts for the book bingo with a mix of general prompts and character related prompts. I plan to conquer my TBR and make Andie McPhee proud! 

dawson's creek book bingo
dawson's creek book bingo

Come join us on Twitter for this book bingo @capesideathon and find out more about the details. For now let’s row down the creek to Capeside and get a few ideas of some TBR recs for some general prompts and each beloved character from the Creek!

Dawson Leery: Read a book that was adapted into a movie.

The Sun is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon

Soulmates that are meant to be together. Sound familiar?

Jack McPhee: Read a LGBT book.

Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli

This is a sweet tale of a boy who is trying to figure out his identity and his place in the world. Simon Spier will melt your heart and you will want to hug this book when your done reading it!

Joey Potter: Read a book with a love triangle.

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han

This sweet romance has a humorous love triangle but with more chill than Joey, Dawson, and Pacey.

Andie McPhee: Read a book about mental illness.

Turtles All the Way Down by John Green

This book can make you uncomfortable and it can be triggering but it is the most realistic portrayal of mental illness that you will ever read.

Pacey Witter: Read a humorous and lighthearted book.

The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren

What can be more fun and lighthearted than a free all-expense paid trip to Hawaii with your one true nemesis? Sounds like we can fancast Pacey for this book.

Bessie Potter: Read a book about sisters.

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han

I have to recommend this book again because the sisters in this novel is one of the most heartwarming parts of this book!

Jen Lindley: Read a feminist book.

Moxie by Jennifer Mathieu

This feminist book is about a girl that gets inspired by the Riot Grrrl music scene and decides to create a feminist zine after being frustrated with the way the girls are sexually-harassed in her school. Jen Lindley would be all over this book!

Bodie Wells: Read a book set in a restaurant.

Dumplin’ by Julie Murphy

This heartwarming book is set in a fast food joint and it speaks about love, acceptance, the wisdom of Dolly Parton, and letting your true self shine.

Evelyn Ryan (Grams): Read a book that is filled with wisdom.

Girl, Stop Apologizing by Rachel Hollis

Rachel Hollis wrote a book that is a no-nonsense approach to fulfilling your dreams and doing it with heart. Grams approved.

Gail Leery: Read a book about a failed/troubled romance.

After I Do by Taylor Jenkins Reid

The book explores the meaning of marriage in different aspects and the journey that the couple goes through their own self-discovery after walking down the aisle.

Mitch Leery: Read a book that has a strong father figure theme.

The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson

Morgan Matson is always the perfect go-to author when it comes to father figures. This book has the kind of father-daughter relationship that will make your heart happy and put a smile in your face.

Friends to Lovers:

Pumpkinheads by Rainbow Rowell

The sweetest tale of friends to lovers that will give you total Joey-Dawson vibes!

Enemies to Lovers:

Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston

The sexual tension in this book is almost hotter than the tension between Pacey and Joey.

Near a Body of Water:

Don’t Date Rosa Santos by Nina Moreno

This Latinx inspired Gilmore Girls with heart is located in a small quaint beachy town named Port Coral. There is also a boy with a boat. If this doesn’t give you Dawson’s Creek vibes I don’t know what will.

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