Tag Archives: L. M. Montgomery

Blog Hop: Fictional Home Away From Home

Today’s Book Blogger Hop question is: Is there a fictitious town in a book that you would love to live in? What makes it appealing? The first one to come to mind is…not exactly a town.  I read the Pern books … Continue reading

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Book Review: Pat of Silver Bush and Mistress Pat

I’ve been gradually revisiting L. M. Montgomery’s novels lately, most recently her Pat duology: Pat of Silver Bush and Mistress Pat.  These were two of her later books, published in 1933 and 1935 respectively, and some of the darker strains … Continue reading

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2017 Reading Challenges: Finale!

We’re into 2018 so it’s time to look at how my reading challenges turned out.  I frankly got very distracted from them this year in the last few months.  When NaNo finished I decided to look at them again, and … Continue reading

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2017 Reading Round-Up

We’re almost the end of 2017, and I think it’s a good time to look at the good, the bad and the weird of my 2017 reading.  I read 162 books in the year, similar to last year, although I … Continue reading

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2017 Reading Challenges: Halfway Update

The end of September must mean time for a challenge update!  I’ve moved forward pretty well in most challenges, with sporadic focus on them…but that’s been enough for most. Newbery Medal Winners Goal: 20 Newbery Medal Winners, halving the number … Continue reading

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