Wales Readathon 2020

1st-31st March

DEWITHON POSTS 2020

Welcome to the second Wales Readathon (aka Dewithon 20), a month-long event beginning on Saint David’s Day, during which book bloggers from all parts of the world are encouraged to read, discuss and review literature by and about writers from Wales.

For more in-depth information on this reading jolly, head over to DHQ (Dewithon Headquarters) – should you wish to take part in the official readalong, please follow this link. You can also share your thoughts and posts on Twitter by using the hashtags #dewithon20 and/or walesreadathon20.

Here we display your Dewithon-related posts. Please leave your links in the comments below or drop me a line with the URL.

Mwynhewch ddarllen! (Enjoy reading!)

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DEWITHON POST PINBOARD

ONE MOONLIT NIGHT

BOOK REVIEWS

FEATURES / GENERAL POSTS

POETRY

Dewithon Logo Daffs

 



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43 replies

  1. I’m excited to get started! I’ll begin with The Literature of Wales by Dafydd Johnston. Waiting for my copy of One Moonlit Night to arrive for the group read. I wrote a post on what I plan to read here https://chriswolak.com/2020/03/01/march-reading-plans-dewithon20/ Thanks for hosting!

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  2. I’ll try hard to join in. If nothing else, I have a huge love of R.S. Thomas’s poetry so I could dig out some of my collections of his work…. ;D

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  3. I hope to join in, but it will probably be more to the end of the month. I have a book in mind but will keep shtum for now.

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  4. Thanks for taking the initiative on this again this year Paula. I hope to do better than I did last year 🙂

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  5. Though one of the first off the mark, Paula, I’ve not decided yet what I’ll go for next. It’ll probably be a surprise to me as much as to anybody else!

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  6. Yay! I’ll be watching this space closely, Paula! 🙂

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  7. Hooray! Really looking forward to everyone’s posts. I’ve read a wonderful novella by a Welsh author so I’ll be posting on that as soon as I can get it written up 🙂

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  8. Thank you for adding the link to my poetry post, Paula. I am currently sitting beside the gatepost waiting for delivery of my copy of One Moonlit Night.

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  9. I’ve just posted my review of Gronw’s Stone, a poetry collection. I think it fits the bill!

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  10. A belated Happy St David’s Day to you, Paula. Best of luck with the Readathon. 🙂

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  11. Geat post. I’am new to this blog and I loved your website and content. Best of luck with the Readathon.

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