A Classic A Month 2017 Intro Post


Welcome to the “A Classic A Month 2017” challenge!

I am super excited to begin reading this list of classics in the upcoming year! 2017 is bound to be great with these by my side. Quite a few classics have caught my eyes through the years, but I’ve narrowed it down to a few of them.

Here’s my list of classics:

157993Little Prince






1885Pride and Prejudice







To Kill A Mockingbird






5107The Catcher in the Rye






12296The Scarlet Letter






1953A Tale of Two Cities






2696The Canterbury Tales






6900Tuesdays with Morrie (I know it’s not technically a “classic”, but many refer to it as a modern classic.)






38447The Handmaid’s Tale






1934Little Women







231804The Outsiders






6185Wuthering Heights






Little Prince will be my January read because I really REALLY REALLY want to read it. Especially because of the Netflix movie. I have created a Goodreads shelf if you want to look at all the books and follow along with my progress.

Are you reading the same books as me? Which books are you reading? Make sure to link up below!

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Much love, XOXO,

~A Writer Named Charley~




5 thoughts on “A Classic A Month 2017 Intro Post

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