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1916: A Novel of the Irish Rebellion | Morgan Llywelyn
5 posts | 7 read | 1 reading | 5 to read
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BethM
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#historicalhussies 😂 here are my options. The tagged book is the correct one- but I put 1921 in the pic bc I couldn‘t find the 1916 copy readily. The two starred ones are alternate history fiction. Are we targeting January for the initial mailing? We still have one more month in this mailing.

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Avanders Fun! These all look interesting, but my top 3 choices would be the 2 star‘d ones or the Physick Book of Deliverance Dane. 📚📚 1mo
Avanders Ps now there are 2 litsy posts with the #historicalhussies 😂😂 1mo
JenlovesJT47 The only one I‘ve read is The Paris Wife. I‘m cool with any of these but I‘ve been wanting to read My Lady Jane for awhile now 🤓 1mo
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Crazeedi
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#RedRoseSeptember #tubthumping
@Cinfhen @arlenefinnigan
Day 3 I had no idea what this phrase meant. I looked it up and one site said "something the Irish did when rebelling against England ", so that made me think of this book I read many years ago, a great great book.

Cinfhen This sounds interesting 🤓 3mo
arlenefinnigan ✊🇮🇪 3mo
gradcat @Crazeedi I didn‘t know what it meant either (see my post—nothing to do with the correct meaning!). 🤣 3mo
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hwestfall
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So... this made me giggle and then ask my husband a ridiculous line of questions. My tummy hurts from laughing now. My husband is not as amused 😂

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Coleen_Nieto
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1. 1916 made me want to go to Ireland to see Dublin.
2. Ireland ;)
3. I'd love to go to Europe, London, Paris, Rome, Barcelona, and back to Ireland.
4. Either!
5. I've never had gelato! I'll have to remedy that soon!
#MANICMONDAY
@JoScho

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charminggoats
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I'm really excited about my latest library acquisition! I've wanted to read more about the Easter Rising since my recent trip to Dublin. (Yes, this is a fictionalized account, but still.)