March is Reading Ireland Month!

ireland month

It’s March, so that can only mean one thing. it’s Reading Ireland Month!

Join myself and Niall at The Fluff is Raging as we spend the next four weeks celebrating all that is wonderful about Irish books and culture.

It’s not going to be any craic without you, so grab the pin and add the links to your Ireland related posts below. Don’t forget to use our Twitter hashtags #irelandmonth2015 and #begorrathon2015.

If you need any inspiration, check out my list of 100 Books by 100 Irish Authors, but feel free to chat about movies, television, people or travel – whatever takes your fancy!

When adding the link, please do add the subject matter of your post beside your name, so everyone knows who or what you’ve been writing about!

As they say in Ireland, lig an spraoi tús!*

*Let the fun begin!

Ireland Month

Advertisements

33 thoughts on “March is Reading Ireland Month!

  1. Pingback: ‘Translations’ by Brian Friel **** (Reading Ireland Month) | theliterarysisters

  2. Pingback: The First “Modern” Vampire: Dracula by Bram Stoker | My Book Strings

  3. Pingback: **Closed** Reading Ireland Month Giveaway! #Begorrathon2015 | bookarahma

  4. My only Irish book this year has been How the Irish Saved Civilisation. I read it in February though, so I don’t know if it counts! But it tells us of a really fascinating slice of Irish history, set at the fall of the Roman Empire when Europe went up in flames, and when Ireland, because it was remote, managed to save a lot of classical literature and philosophy.

    A really interesting book! http://bloggingaroundmybookcase.com/2015/02/21/how-the-irish-saved-civilisation-thomas-cahill/

    Like

  5. Pingback: ‘The Judge’s House’ by Bram Stoker **** (Reading Ireland Month) | theliterarysisters

  6. Pingback: The Wanderer in Unknown Realms by John Connolly | Adventures of a Dublin Bookworm

  7. Pingback: Weekend Reading Plans: 27-3-15 | Adventures of a Dublin Bookworm

  8. Pingback: ‘The Unicorn’ by Iris Murdoch *** (Reading Ireland Month) | theliterarysisters

  9. Pingback: My Irish To Read Shelf | Adventures of a Dublin Bookworm

  10. Pingback: ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ by Oscar Wilde ***** (Reading Ireland Month) | theliterarysisters

  11. Pingback: Sunday Movie: ‘The Eclipse’ (2009) (Ireland Month) | theliterarysisters

  12. Pingback: ‘Dubliners’ by James Joyce **** (Reading Ireland Month) | theliterarysisters

  13. Pingback: Top 10 Books Recently Added to my To Read Pile | Adventures of a Dublin Bookworm

  14. Pingback: Reading Ireland Month 2015: Wrap-up | theliterarysisters

  15. Pingback: Young Skins by Colin Barrett | Adventures of a Dublin Bookworm

  16. Pingback: Reading Ireland Month Recap | Adventures of a Dublin Bookworm

  17. Pingback: A Man Walked Into A Bar And Went “Aaaagh”………….Two Pints by Roddy Doyle | THE ONLY WAY IS READING………….

  18. Pingback: Academy Street by Mary Costello (review) | JacquiWine's Journal

  19. Pingback: Reading Ireland: Academy Street and On Canaan’s Side | Consumed by Ink

  20. Pingback: Reading Challenge Fail? | Big Reading Life

  21. Pingback: “Being Irish, I always had this love of words.” (Kenneth Branagh) | madame bibi lophile recommends

  22. Pingback: “Students, eh? Love ’em or hate ’em, you can’t hit them with a shovel!” (Terry Pratchett, Making Money) | madame bibi lophile recommends

  23. Pingback: “Angela’s Ashes” by Frank McCourt (1997) – a blistering if controversial tale of an unforgettable childhood | Literary ramblings etc

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s