Friday, January 28, 2011

Lucy Maud Montgomery Challenge 2011 - conclusion

**THE WINNER OF A COPY OF MAGIC FOR MARIGOLD IS - #26 - Stephanie's Mommy Brain**

Yes, my friends, our (official) time with Lucy Maud Montgomery and her lovely books and characters has come to an end. Just because the L.M. Montgomery Reading Challenge has come to an end, doesn't mean your reading of her works must stop! (I am most pleased to have heard from some of you that you are just getting started!) It's been a fun month and I've very much enjoyed it. I hope you have also.

Now is the time to leave us your links! What did you manage to read? How many reviews/thoughts did you write up about the challenge? Leave your links/wrap-up posts in the comment section below. I look forward to seeing what you all have thought and what your Montgomery reading experiences have been.

As is my habit- I'll create a post that organizes your links which will go up next week. Feel free to visit around now, of course, but do know that I'll give you the links in a convenient post in a bit. I like to give people a few days to get their posts up and linked before I provide the list though so that no one gets left out of the main link post!

Thank you for reading along and sharing with us! If you are the planning type, go ahead and mark your calendars for next January when we'll gather again and revisit some more of our favorites - both on and off The Island! =)


Amy @ Hope Is the Word said...

Ah, just the post I've been waiting on!

My links:

Off to get our Friday started! Have a good one!

Kara said...

This was my first year to participate and I've really enjoyed it! Thanks for hosting, Carrie. :-) I might have never read some of these other L.M. Montgomery titles otherwise, even though they've been on my shelf for years! I read 4 books, but didn't get around to any of the movies/tv series like I'd hoped. Here's my wrap-up post:

Barbara H. said...

My wrap-up post is here:

I read Anne of Avonlea, Anne of the Island, and Anne of Windy Poplars and watched Anne of Green Gables: The Sequel. I also started a biography of LMM but am only a third of the way through it.

Thank you, Carrie! I really enjoyed it and am looking forward to next year.

Heather VanTimmeren said...

After Les Miserables took half the month, I only was able to finish Emily of New Moon. My review is here. I'm already in the middle of Emily Climbs, however, because I couldn't wait until next year to see what happens.

Jo said...

Thanks so much for hosting this challenge - I've had a marvellous time. My wrap-up post is here:

I look forward to joining in again next year, though whether I'll be able to wait till then to read the books that have made their way onto my wishlist, I don't know!

Anonymous said...

i enjoyed this post alot...your thoughts were very interesting

Annette W. said...

Ooppssss....I thought I had till the end of the month to write about Lucy Maud and the Cavendish Cat. Oh well. Next year...unless I happen to write the post today. (Possible.)
I will leave links here later.

Renee said...

Thank you so much for hosting this!

This was my first year and I really, really enjoyed it. I will be back next year for sure!

Here is my link:

Annette W. said...

Yea!! We did it!

My links

Can't wait for next year!

Jennifer said...

Thanks for hosting! This was my first year with L.M. Montgomery and I enjoyed it, as well as reading your posts.

Here are my links:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for hosting this, Carrie. I love a good book party! I'm looking forward to next year's challenge already.

I only read Emily of New Moon but I plan to continue reading Lucy Maude's books throughout the year. I've already ordered Jane of Lantern Hill.

My post is here:

Big Life Little Country said...

What a fun thing to start the year off with :) I didnt get through as many books as I would have liked but I had a sister to marry off this month. Im sitting watching the wind blow the trees around in my backyard and Im about to take a quick trip to PEI with "Legends of Prince Edward Island".

Here are the links of the posts I did manage. Thanks again Carrie I learned a lot reading your insightful reviews and following some of the links you posted.

Beth said...

Thanks for hosting this challenge, Carrie. I really enjoy it. Here are my posts:

A Tangled Web

The Doctor's Sweetheart

Stephanie Kay said...

Well, it didn't get everything read that I had hoped to read but I did get two posts up:

A Faithful Journey said...

I enjoyed this challenge and am sad to see it end! Here is my post! Thanks again for hosting! :)

Bluerose said...

Well, I didn't get Anne of Green Gables read in time for the challenge, but I'm still reading it. :)

Here's the links to the movies I watched.

Thanks for encouraging me to finally jump into the world of L.M. Montgomery!!

bekahcubed said...

I set my expectations fairly low for this month, and mostly succeeded in reaching the ones I'd stated at the beginning of the challenge. I show you my progress on the part I HADN'T mentioned in my wrap-up post.

My opening post

A Review of Much Ado About Anne by Heather Frederick Vogel

Some Reflections on a quote from Anne of Green Gables

My Wrap-Up post

Just Mom said...

Had a great time is my wrap up post -

Serena said...

Here are the links to my two posts:

I didn't do a round-up post, though.

Stephanie said...

I finally got my wrap-up post written.

And, I owe you an email to thank you for the DVD!!!! It arrived last week and I'm waiting for my turn for family movie night to pull it out and enjoy. : ) Thank you for the fun happy mail!

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