Tuesday, February 23, 2016

It’s a Very Outdated Post!

I know it’s very-very outdated. 2015 was already far away… but I won’t ever forgive myself if I don’t, somehow, wrap up my last year Literary Movement Reading Challenge. You know, of course, that I failed my own challenge, but there are others who took efforts to read all, or at least most of, the movements. In the middle of my spare time during office hours—yayy… J--Ihave managed to count all participant’s posts (though I’m really sorry if I couldn’t read nor comment them one by one). From 22 who signed up, just a few managed to ‘survive’ to the last. And from the few, only ONE person completed the whole challenge, by reading at least one book for all movements; and I’m proud to announce that the winner of this challenge is…..

Congratz to Ruth—a very good job! I’m proud of you and your dedication for this challenge. I will contact you soon to arrange the prize.

And now…. Allow me to retreat to my quiet corner of bookish life again. I’ll keep posting every now and then, especially for Belle Époque Event, but I’ll dedicate most of my limited spare time with… reading, of course! ;)


  1. Congratulations, Ruth!

    Keep reading, Fanda. :)

    -- Risa

  2. Yay, Fanda! I'm totally surprised!!!!!! Thank you so much. : D

    P.S. Thanks, Risa!

    1. But actually, I think I failed one of the months - Realism? - when I tried to read Mark Twain's Life on the Mississippi and only read half way through before I quit. I did write a post about it, but I did not finish the entire book. So, it's up to you if you want to consider that complete.

  3. No problem, Ruth, because you have started reading, anyway. So, you must have had the impression of Realism. I'll contact you as soon as possible.


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