Getting Ready for Wuthering Heights

Just a reminder, we had a short read-a-long this month and are now on hiatus for two weeks (this week and next) but I will have the sign up and starting post up next Friday (August 31) for Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte, which we’ll be reading in September and October. We’ll start reading the day after the sign ups/schedule goes up (which means we start reading September 1) and our first discussion will be on the following Friday, September 7th. Therefore you may want to secure a copy of the book if you don’t already have one.

Looking forward to reading with whoever is joining! ***Remember, this is NOT the sign up post, but feel free to ask questions, etc. in the comments section. I won’t be keeping track of anyone who says they’re joining; I will assume that you will officially sign up next week. But feel free to tell me your joining just for the sake of saying it if you’re just excited, of course! Thanks! xo

(Per usual, I will be reading from the Barnes and Noble classics edition because I think they do the best job with footnotes.)

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15 thoughts on “Getting Ready for Wuthering Heights

  1. I’m torn! This is one of my favorite books and I reread it every year, but I’m not sure I want to pick it apart in a read-a-long. Nevertheless, I’m excited to see that it’s next on the list!

  2. Wallace, I think I’m going to join you on this one. I’ve had all of the Brontes’ works for ages and never been inclined to dive in. I’m thinking maybe now the time is to just do it. This is the one with Heathcliff, right? By the by, Lunch in Paris is such a fun read – hope you are enjoying it!

  3. Just wanted to say that I felt something was missing all day yesterday – then I realized, yikes! The Unputdownables read-a-long is short this month! No talking about books! It was a very missed part of my usual Friday! Looking forward to WH!

  4. I’m planning to join in on this read-a-long. I already have the book on my Kindle, so as long as I remember to sign up next Friday, I’m ready to go! I have company coming and a day trip right before the first discussion, so are you giving any early hints about how far to read the first week????

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