♣ ♣ March is ‘Reading Ireland Month’! ♣ ♣ #ReadingIrelandMonth21 #IrishFiction #begorrathon21

For the past several years now, Cathy, over at 746books.com has hosted Reading Ireland Month to promote Irish literature and authors. As I enjoy novels with Irish settings, I am only too keen to participate each year.

If you do plan to join Cathy for this event, use the hashtags #ReadingIrelandMonth21 or #begorrathon21

For Reading Ireland Month 2021, as part of March’s TBR, I plan to read SEVEN novels written by Irish authors which I will share with you below. Each novel’s description is a clickable link to Goodreads.Hop over to Cathy’s blog if you want to participate in this year’s Reading Ireland Month.

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Fiction reviewer ; Goodreads librarian. Retired library cataloger - more time to read! Loves books, gardening, and red wine. I have been a reviewer member of NetGalley since October 2013. I review titles offered by Edelweiss, and participate in blog tours with TLC Book Tours.
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21 Responses to ♣ ♣ March is ‘Reading Ireland Month’! ♣ ♣ #ReadingIrelandMonth21 #IrishFiction #begorrathon21

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  2. Some wonderful books here. Many thanks for the heads-up. Have popped over to Ireland from Wales many times in the past – beautiful country – beautiful people.

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  3. So glad you turned me onto this, Lynne, as I greatly enjoy participating every year. Of course, this year I see we are both working on The Pull of the Stars, tho I’m listening to the audiobook (about half way in- i’ll need to finish for Thursday).

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  4. Carla says:

    We only have one that we are both reading, The Pull of the Stars. I am also reading a Billy O’Callaghan book, The Dead House. I hope you enjoy the Boatman’s Wife, I liked that one. Have fun and enjoy whatever you read this month.

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  5. Pragya says:

    Oh my, why didn’t I know about this. I have the pull of the stars on my TBR and I have never been to Ireland (was planning since years to do that in 2020, clearly chose the long year, and now look where I am). Gah, I have a long March TBR already, I am crying.

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  6. Thanks so much for this! Can’t wait to hear what you think of your choices – particularly the Billy O’Callaghan ☘😍

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  7. Christine says:

    Wow, some wonderful books on this list, Lynne. I will be adding several to my list. I did read The Pull of the Stars and found it to be a captivating story! Enjoy!

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  8. Enjoy your books!! Big Girl, Small Town sounds so interesting.

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  9. Great choices and thanks for the reminder, I read some excellent Irish books recently, Sara Baume’s Handiwork (creative nonfiction) and her novel Spill Simmer Falter Wither and Doireann Ní Ghríofa’s A Ghost in the Throat and Big Girl Small Town, all great reads! So definitely looking for more recommendations.

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