#CatchUpOnClassics Announcement

Earlier this year, I had the ridiculously enormous pleasure of buddy reading a few classics with Melanie at Meltotheany and we had so much fun doing it that we are making it a thing for 2019 and anyone that wants to join us is welcome to! 

We have six books selected and dates planned out for them all so you can jump in on any one that floats your boat! Maybe you’ve been meaning to read it forever or maybe jumping into classics just seems like a daunting task that would be better with friends. I am so excited about this as it already means I will be crossing out six books on my Classics TBR that I have been wanting to read for forever and I hope you all join us!

ALSO! In addition to reading these books together, on the Sunday night after finishing each book, we are going to have a Movie Night! We picked out adaptations for all of the books so everyone can watch together and continue to chat about what we read and how that adaptation did at working the story onto the screen.


A Study in Scarlet by Arthur Conan Doyle – 1887
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January 13th – Part One
January 14th – Part Two


A Study in Charlotte by Brittany Cavallaro – 2016
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January 15th – Chapters 1 – 60
January 16th – Chapters 61 – 155
January 17th – Chapters 156 – 234
January 18th – Chapters 235 – End


Sunday the 20th
A Study in Pink – The first episode of the 2010 BBC series
At the time of this post this is also available on Netflix


Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë – 1847
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February 3rd – Chapters 1 -10
February 4th – Chapters 11 – 21
February 5th – Chapters 22 – End


Sunday the 10th
2009 PBS mini-series (2 episodes) with Tom Hardy – Free on Prime!


Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen – 1811
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March 10th – Chapters 1 – 13
March 11th – Chapters 14 – 2
March 12th – Chapters 3 – 12
March 13th – Chapters 13 – 12
March 14th – Chapters 13 – End


Sunday the 17th
2008 BBC mini-series (3 episodes) – Free on Prime!


Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier – 1938
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September 15th – Chapters 1 – 7
September 16th – Chapters 8 –  13
September 17th – Chapters 14 – 18
September 18th – Chapters 19 – 22
September 19th – Chapters 23 – 27


Sunday the 22nd
1997 PBS mini-series (2 episodes)


Something Wicked This Way Comes by Ray Bradbury – 1962
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October 6th – Prologue – Arrivals
October 7th – Part 2 – Pursuits
October 8th – Departures – End


Sunday the 13th
1983 adaption that is somewhat hard to find
More info on this as it gets closer!


Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy – 1877
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November 10th – Part 1
November  11th – Part 2
November 12th – Part 3
November 13th – Part 4
November 14th – Part 5
November 15th – Part 6
November 16th – Part 7
November 17th – Part 8


Monday the 18th
2012 adaptation with Keira Knightley

There are links to the Amazon site for each of the adaptations below but if you can’t purchase/rent them, you can always look to your local library for copies and some may be available on Netflix when the time comes as well.

If the first few months goes really well, we might end up adding more but we will see. I am already so excited for these readalongs and can’t wait for 2019!

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