March is just around the corner, which in these parts means only one thing. Reading Ireland Month Once again, Cathy from 746 Books and I will be co-hosting a month-long blogathon on all things Irish: books, movies, music, TV, and whatever you’re having yourself. We had huge success last year: 130 posts from bloggers worldwide! […]Read more "The Begorrathon 2017"
So today is the last day of Reading Ireland Month It’s been a fantastic month of blogging about Irish culture. I’ve enjoyed reading all the contributions and have found a lot of new favourite blogs. And I discovered a lot of books I want to read. Thank you to everyone who was involved, and we […]Read more "Begorrathon 2016: Feck Off Until Next Year"
#Begorrathon16 We’re sick but we’re still hereRead more "Begorrathon 2016: Week Four"
Every Tuesday Diane at Bibliophile by the Sea hosts First Chapter First Paragraph Tuesday Intros, where you can share the first paragraph, or a few, of a book you are reading or thinking about reading soon. #begorrathon16Read more "First Chapter, First Paragraph, First Lightship"
Strange to say, there were hairs in the centre of his palm.Read more "A Hairy Teaser Tuesday"
Today is World Poetry Day, a global celebration of verse. You might be able to swap your poetic musings for coffee today! As part of Reading Ireland Month, I have chosen “Tractatus” by the wonderful Irish poet Derek Mahon. The short poem is a heady mix that encompasses Wittgenstein, Greek myth, and a famed historian […]Read more "Tractatus"
Now that Easter Week is about to begin, we’re expecting a lot of posts relating to the Easter Rising.Read more "Begorrathon 2016: Week Three"