Events Page

All Year

War and Peace Readalong

 

Nick at One Catholic Life has chosen one book for 2020 for his Chapter-a-Day Read-Along: War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy. If you would like to join in, get a copy of the book. Then post about it on your blog. Download the daily schedule and commit to reading a chapter a day all year.

 

 

Back to the Classics Challenge

 

Karen at Books and Chocolate is hosting her seventh annual Back to the Classics Challenge. The deadline to sign up for the challenge is March 31, 2020. Find out more information about the challenge and sign up here.

 

2020 Nonfiction Reader Challenge

 

The aim of the Nonfiction Reader Challenge is to encourage you to make nonfiction part of your reading experience during the year. The challenge will run from January 1st to December 31st 2020. Participants may join at any time until December 1st 2020. Create a blog post committing to your participation in this challenge. Link up at Book’d Out.

 

Russian Literature Challenge

 

Keely at A Common Reader is hosting a Russian Literature Challenge for 2020.

 

 

 

 

1000 Books Project

 

Gather Together and Read is hosting the 1000 Books Project: Non-fiction 2020. For more details, take a look at the post here.

 

 

Spring 2020

Japanese Literature Challenge

 

Dolce Belleza is hosting the Japanese Literature Challenge, which will run from January to March.

 

 

 

 

One Hundred Years of Solitude Readalong

 

Silvia Cachia and Great Book Study are hosting a 6-week read-along of One Hundred Years of Solitude beginning in March 2020.

 

 

 

 

Begorrathon

 

Join Cathy at 746 Books to celebrate Irish writing during the month of March.

Ireland Month, or The Begorrathon as it is affectionately called, will feature book reviews, poems, plays, songs, giveaways and much more.

You might like to join in by reading an Irish classic. Or two. Or three.

 

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Dewithon is an opportunity for book bloggers around the world to discover Welsh writers and their works (fiction, non-fiction, poetry, plays, in fact anything written in English or Welsh with links to the nation of Wales). We will begin our 31 days of celebration on Sunday 1st March 2020 (St. David’s Day), with the first of four readalong posts scheduled for 7th March. There are plenty of useful links and reading suggestions at DHQ (Dewithon Headquarters) and in our Wales Readathon Library, but please don’t hesitate to ask for help if you are struggling to get started. You are free to read and write on any literary subject relating to Wales, but if you are one of those people who prefer a little structure to your readathons, I make the following suggestion: the English translation of Un Nos Ola Leuad (One Moonlit Night) by Caradog Prichard (1904-1980), a lost contemporary classic, felt by many to be in dire need of rediscovery.

April 2020 Spring Into Horror Readathon

 

Seasons of Reading is sponsoring the April 2020 Spring into Horror Readathon. For more information, take a look at the signup post here.

 

 

 

Later in 2020

Words and Peace and The Emerald City Book Review will together host a readalong of Isaac Asimov’s classic science fiction novel, Foundation, in July.

 

If you’re a Classics Clubber, please leave details about classic book blogger events you’d like to share with the group in the comments below. The most recent will be at the top if you’re on the hunt for something. Please let us know the start and end date for the event, some details, and a link to the home site.  It’s fine to do this whether you’re the host of the event or simply want to share one you’ve discovered, as long as you’re a clubber. If you want to be notified of new events, subscribe to the comments below. (Also check out any events our members on Twitter may have tweeted about at hashtag #cceventsched.) 🙂 – The Club

 

67 thoughts on “Events Page

    1. I’m hosting a Reading Classic Books Challenge, which can be done in conjunction with The Classics Club Challenge. There are 12 prompts, Instagram challenges, and giveaways. So, hopefully people can find books from Classics Club reading list to fit the prompts.

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      1. Part of me says, “Absolutely!” and part of me says, “Yeah, prolly not gonna happen.” Maybe make a poll and have people vote on what they’d like to have included? Or let everyone choose their own things and just have it be a “read some Shakespeare” event like the Women Authors event from a year or two ago?

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