It’s Reading Ireland Month 2019!

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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 by Women or  100 Irish Novels

This year, I will be reading by genre. Feel free to join in with my schedule if you’d like, but it’s not a requirement!

25th February – 3rd March – Contemporary Irish Novels

4th– 10th March – Classic Irish Novels

11th – 17th March – Irish Short Story Collections

18th – 24th March – Irish Non-Fiction

25th – 31st March – Miscellaneous (Drama, Poetry, Film etc)

There will be a giveaway each week and you can join in the conversation on Facebook or on Twitter with our hashtags #readingirelandmonth19 or #begorrathon19

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

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I am a 40 something book buying addict trying to reduce the backlog one book at a time!

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  1. Hi from Newfoundland, Canada. I often think that if I could only read one country’s literature for the rest of my life, I’d choose Ireland. I keep a Goodreads “Ireland” shelf of books by
    Irish authors or set in or about Ireland, including books I have read or want to read: https://www.goodreads.com/review/list/18499870?shelf=ireland
    And I’ll try to get some Irish books read during March for sure. I don’t have a dedicated book blog, but am online with bookish posts at

    Twitter: @MaynardLara https://twitter.com/MaynardLara
    Instagram: lara.maynard https://www.instagram.com/lara.maynard/
    Goodreads: Lara Maynard https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/18499870-lara-maynard

    Lara

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  2. I printed out your schedule last month but even though in some corner of my mind I believe that I am following it, I can see now that I have barely begun my contemporary choice (Anakana Schofield’s Martin John) and it’s already classic time. *grins* Such is the way of things! Thanks to both of you for hosting!

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  3. I am going to try and read 5 books by Irish Authors during the month of March. I just finished The Quentins by Maeve Binchey. I will have to check out your author lists to see what other books I might have by Irish Authors. I know I have a few on my bookshelf at home, hopefully I have some on my tablet as well.

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