Reading Ireland Month Giveaway! #Begorrathon2015

Check out Bookarahma’s great give away for Reading Ireland Month! Head on over to her fantastic blog to comment and enter!

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Reading Ireland Month is being run by by Cathy746Books and The Fluff is Raging and is affectionately known as the Begorrathon. This month, bloggers unite to read and review a range of Irish literature, film and music in celebration of Irish culture! What better way to spend St Patrick’s Day (and month!) than having a great time with Irish lit?

Well, my very lovely people, I’ve had a rather shoddy Reading Ireland Month. I had wonderful intentions, but sadly due to uni commitments I couldn’t do the reading or writing that I wanted to do. Apparently I’m not superhuman, which came as a complete surprise to me.

To make it up to you all, I thought I’d do a giveaway. I’ve never done one of these before, but now is as good a time as any!

I will be giving away one set of the P.C Grant novels by Matt…

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