Friday, January 29, 2016

L.M. Montgomery Reading Challenge CONCLUSION (2016)

L. M. Montgomery Reading Challenge

Sigh. The end of January has come and with it the conclusion of this year's Lucy Maud Montgomery Reading Challenge. Now is the time to share about the books you read by Montgomery (or about her) this past month. I hope you all have enjoyed yourselves during this challenge. I always love it and enjoying the "excuse" to focus on one of my favorite authors for an entire reading month.

I managed to get through three books this month. I started re-reading the Anne series during 2015 and was hoping to conclude it again in January. That didn't happen but progress was made all of the same. Here are links to my thoughts and reviews:

Meanwhile, the kids and I made it through The Golden Road which I reviewed yesterday.

Also, there's a bit of a contest to wrap up. Earlier in the month I offered to give away a copy of The Story Girl to one of you. I haven't forgotten! The winner of that contest (as selected by is Krista! Congratulations!

Now it's your turn. If you've written up a blog post sharing what you read this month, please link to it in the comment section below. I look forward to seeing what you dabbled in! Then, mark your calendars for next January when I'll be back to host the 8th annual L.M. Montgomery Reading Challenge! (But don't let the calendar stop you from reading Montgomery in the meantime, if you really want to . . . )


cucki said...

Congrats to the winner
I truly love reading Anne 's book xx

Susanne said...

Thanks for hosting! I was really going to try to Anne of Avonlea and Annd of the Island but January turned crazy and I could only get to Anne of Avonlea. Oh well there is always next year, right?

Alison said...

You inspired me to read Emily of New Moon. Forgot how much I enjoy L.M. Montgomery. :)

Tarissa said...

I got to read another collection of short stories this year. They are fantastic!

My review:

Barbara H. said...

I finally finished Emily's Quest:

Shonya said...

I'm doing Tim Challies' (challenging!) reading challenge with a friend this year, and there is no LMM on that list! LOL

Amy @ Hope Is the Word said...

Finally wrote up our experience (and am finally sharing it here ;-) ):

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