Confessions Of A Reformed Bingo Addict

Confessions Of A Reformed Bingo Addict

by Roniele


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BINGO is a recreational hobby that will never go out of style. It's a game adults just love to hate! But it keeps us going back for more. What is supposed to be a pastime of pleasure can grow into pathetic paranoia. Confessions of a Reformed Bingo Addict is a true story based on thirty-something years of laughable memories and annoying experiences with bingo and bingo-buddies-from lying about my age to enter a bingo hall to the grueling task of bringing the husband to a high stakes bingo for the first time. If you are a person who loves golfing, fishing, or any kind of diversion in today's society, the compulsions are there and are probably very familiar in this book. As bingo players, we really don't take offense too much; we've seen it, done it, and said it all-and we want to do it again!

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ISBN-13: 9781413703559
Publisher: Publish America
Publication date: 12/23/2003
Pages: 88
Product dimensions: 0.21(w) x 9.00(h) x 6.00(d)

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Confessions Of A Reformed Bingo Addict 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Ms. Hamilton is full of wonderful wit and she shows it in this wonderfully humorous book. I have never looked at BINGO this way and doubt I will ever again. She had me in stitches several times with her anecdotes of her experiences playing this wonderful past time - BINGO! This is a must read for any BINGO player or their loved ones. I recommend this book! I loved it!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Hilarious! Confessions of a Reformed Bingo Addict is a book about bingo and the people who love to play it. Roniele has penned a book that every bingo player will relate to. It is laugh-out-loud reading that will make you feel like you were right there during many of the scenes described. The author tells of incidents that have happened in her own, family members¿, and friend¿s lives while on the quest for the big win. She describes superstitions, oddities, and player rituals that will leave you howling with laughter. The stories will probably remind you of someone you know, if you are a bingo player. All bingo fanatics, and even the casual player, will find this book a favorite. Confessions of a Reformed Bingo Addict is very well written. The tongue-in-cheek humor is told in forthright narrative that will leave you wishing for more when you¿re finished. I highly recommend Confessions of a Reformed Bingo Player to all. It¿s a must for the bingo player. But anyone who has something they love to do, to the point of obsession, will relate to the humorous antidotes within these pages. Five stars. Lola Pierce Chariot Rider Reviews
Guest More than 1 year ago
Confessions of a Reformed Bingo Addict (10/23/2003) I found this to be a fast reading, unique array of the author's many forays into the Bingo world. She relates numerous amusing stories of Bingo trips, successes and failures to win games. I found the story about the trip to Foxwoods during a blizzard to be particularly telling - about her love of the game and her commitment to enjoying it -- at some risk. Perhaps she reveals a bit of insanity, or more likely just her desire to play the game. I liked the book a lot. Dave