It’s Reading Ireland Month!

March is here, so that means Reading Ireland Month is here!


Join myself and Niall at The Fluff is Raging as we celebrate all that is good about Irish books and culture.

It won’t be any fun without you, so grab our pin and add the link to your blog posts at the linky below. If you need any inspiration, you can check out my list of 100 Irish Novels, or watch our Begorrathon trailer and see if anything sparks your interest.

Remember everyone who posts during Reading Ireland will be entered into a draw to win a copy of the beautiful Irish literary journal The Winter Pages, edited by Kevin Barry.winter

Join in the conversation on Facebook or on Twitter with our hashtags #readireland17 or #begorrathon17

Don’t forget to check in throughout the month as there will be great interviews, reviews and giveaways happening every week.

Ireland Month


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!

Let the fun begin!


50 thoughts on “It’s Reading Ireland Month!

  1. Pingback: Library Checkout: February 2017 – Consumed by Ink

  2. Pingback: Reading Ireland Month – the [blank] garden

  3. I always seem to mess up my timings for this event. I reviewed Elizabeth Bowen’s The Hotel a few weeks ago – if I had remembered I could have tried to hold it back till March. Oh, well – maybe I’ll get my act together in time for next year. Best of luck for the rest of March – I’m sure it will be a great success.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Great video. Reminded me of the so many Irish writers and musicians I love. Unfortunately we lost the great William Trevor last year before he could be awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature. Watch for my St.Paddy’s Day post. There’ll be something there for you to toast that Guinness with.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Pingback: Irish authors call the tune in Ma | BookerTalk

  6. Pingback: Reading Ireland Month – Dolce Bellezza

  7. Pingback: Review: Gulliver’s Travels | That's What She Read

  8. Pingback: Snapshot March 2017 | BookerTalk

  9. Pingback: Review: The Picture of Dorian Gray | That's What She Read

  10. Pingback: It’s Monday, What Are You Reading? | Big Reading Life

  11. Pingback: Book Review: Death of a Naturalist « Book Geeks Anonymous

  12. Pingback: “If you have the words, there’s always a chance that you’ll find the way.” (Seamus Heaney) | madame bibi lophile recommends

  13. Pingback: #Begorrathon17: Edna O’Brien’s The Light of Evening – My Book Strings

  14. Pingback: The Whereabouts of Eneas McNulty, by Sebastian Barry | ANZ LitLovers LitBlog

  15. Pingback: Review: The Gathering | That's What She Read

  16. Pingback: “Controlled explosions” by Claire McGowan (a novella) | Fictionophile

  17. Pingback: Human (Nuala O'Faolain) - The Old Shelter

  18. Pingback: Louise O’Neill: Asking For It (2015) | Beauty is a Sleeping Cat

  19. Pingback: Thursday Quotables - An Encounter - The Old Shelter

  20. Pingback: “The stolen child” by Lisa Carey | Fictionophile

  21. Pingback: Reading Ireland Month: The Visitor by Maeve Brennan | Big Reading Life

  22. Pingback: The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne: A Hearbreaker – Worn Corners

  23. Pingback: Conversation Piece – Molly Keane (1932) | heavenali

  24. Pingback: Simmering heat and tensions | Kaggsy's Bookish Ramblings

  25. Pingback: Finnegans Wake, (Folio Edition) by James Joyce (with help from Tindall and Campbell #1 Getting started | ANZ LitLovers LitBlog

  26. Pingback: Review: The Life and Loves of a He Devil | Confessions of a Book Geek

  27. Pingback: On Brian Moore’s The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne (1955) | Beauty is a Sleeping Cat

  28. Pingback: “The Old Jest” by Jennifer Johnston | Fictionophile

  29. Pingback: Home (James Joyce) - The Old Shelter

  30. Pingback: Reading Ireland Month: Donal Ryan – Consumed by Ink

  31. Pingback: Thursday Quotables - Tan by David Lawlar - The Old Shelter

  32. Pingback: Reading Ireland Month: All We Shall Know by Donal Ryan | Big Reading Life

  33. Pingback: “Ireland is a great country to die or be married in.” (Elizabeth Bowen) | madame bibi lophile recommends

  34. Pingback: March in review | heavenali

  35. Pingback: Hodgepodge of Irish Bookishness « Buried In Print

  36. Pingback: Book Blogs You Need To Follow | Confessions of a Book Geek

Leave a Reply

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

You are commenting using your 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