Challenge Roundup for March

March went by awfully quickly. Before you know it, it will be summer. Maybe that's wishful thinking on my part. Anyway March was a good month challenge-wise.

I'm pretty confident that I will finish the 3rd Canadian Book Challenge early this year. After reading The Last River Child, I brought my total up to 11 out of 13 books. 2 more to go!

Reading Agnes Grey this month helped me with 2 challenges. I now have 3 out of my 4 items for the All About the Brontes Challenge done. It's been an enjoyable challenge.

I managed to cross off 2 more books for Women Unbound Challenge: Agnes Grey and Governess: The Lives and Times of the Real Jane Eyres. I just need to read one more to acquire Bluestocking status.

I was considering digging up my Eco Reading Challenge for another go but the results of the survey I put up were mostly negative. Instead, I think I will do a week of environmental related posts like I did for Valentine's Day and invite all of you to join in. Put your thinking caps on!

I feel like I need to add some challenges to my list now! How about you all? How were your challenges this month?


  1. If you need another challenge, you could always sign up for http://rabookschallenge.wordpress.comThe Reagan Arthur Books Challenge! I don't think I made much progress on my challenges this month.

  2. I have to say I am pleasantly surprised by how many of my challenges are just happening if you know what I mean. Not all of them, but a good number!

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  3. I think that I might need to join the Canadian Book Challenge now that I've seen it here. I'm already reading some Canadiana for the 1010 in 2010 Challenge, so it'll overlap a bit! :-)


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