It’s Reading Ireland Month 2020!

Join me for this, the SIXTH Reading Ireland Month as I celebrate all that is good about Irish books and culture.

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It won’t be any fun without you, so grab the pin and add the link to your blog posts at the linky below.  This post will be pinned to the top of my blog for the whole of March.

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

Click here to enter

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If you need any inspiration, you can check out the Irish Literature tab on my blog, or the Northern Exposure tab which features reveiws of some great books by writers from the North of Ireland. You might also find something you like on 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!

Monday 2 March – Sunday 8 March– Contemporary Irish Novels

Monday 9 March – Sunday 15 March – Classic Irish Novels

Monday 16 March – Sunday 22 March – Irish Short Story Collections

Monday 23 March – Sunday 29 March– Irish Non-Fiction

There will be a giveaway each week and you can join in the conversation on the Begorrathon Facebook  page or on Twitter with the hashtags #readingirelandmonth20 or #begorrathon20

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

Here’s to a great month of reading, I hope some of you can join me!

Ireland Month Irish Literature Reading Challenge The 746

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

42 Comments Leave a comment

  1. With this in mind I already started reading. I read a Molly Keane and the new Anne Enright and I just finished a collection of short stories by Edna O’Brien. With more potential read Ireland books tbr I might manage more. I also love seeing what everyone else reads.

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  2. I was very excited to read this, as I had just finished Maeve Binchy’s Dublin 4 for my own #projectplaces – but I am new-ish to blogging and I haven’t a clue what ‘grab the pin’ means – please could you explain?

    Thanks lots!

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  3. Oh, I love it! I will (entirely coincidentally) be reviewing Ulysses this month – I hadn’t planned it around anything in particular, just the way the chips fell. Looking forward to seeing what everyone else uncovers from the Emerald Isle! 😉

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  4. I am going to try and read 4 books this month to fit the “Irish” theme. They will all probably be contemporary books. I have a couple picked out, just need to get to them. I am going to check out your list too and see if I can work any of them in. I hope it is a roaring success.

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