While I've done some individual wrap-ups for certain challenges (and have some more to go), because I had so many challenges this year, I thought I'd encapsulate them in one big main post.
Chunkster Challenge: Goal: 5-6 books Completed: 11 books
Arthurian Lit Challenge: Goal: 3-4 books Completed: 3 books
Back to the Classics: Goal: 10 books Completed: 10 books
History Challenge: Goal: 1-3 books Completed: 5 books
Russian Lit Challenge: Goal: 1-3 books Completed: 5 books
Books on France Challenge: Goal: 3 books Completed: 5 books
TBR Pile Challenge: Goal: 12 books Completed: 10 books
Pre-Printing Press Challenge: Goal: 4-6 books Completed: 13 books
Shakespeare Challenge: Goal: 1-4 books Completed: 9 books
Around the World Challenge: Goal: 6 books Completed: 7 books
C.S. Lewis Challenge: Goal: 12 books Completed: 14 books
British Books Challenge: Goal: none Completed: 40 books
Mount TBR Challenge: Goal: 24 books Completed: 55 books
European Challenge: Goal: 5 books Completed: 4 books
52 Books in 52 weeks: Goal: 52 books Completed: 75 books
So, all in all, and considering the number of challenges I participated in, it wasn't a bad year. My fails were the TBR Pile Challenge and the European Reading Challenge. Yet in other challenges I far exceeded my goals, so I'm pleased. I made it to Mt. Ararat in the Mount TBR challenge, read a good number of Shakespeare's plays and did well on my Chunkster and Pre-Printing Press challenges.
I can't wait to see what 2015 will bring. Will I be able to finally complete the TBR Pile Challenge 2015? Will I be able to handle the scope of my challenges: from English literature to Pre-Printing Press literature to books in translation .....? I'm going to try for a bit more focus for the coming year and see what I can accomplish!