British Library Women Writers | Reading Project

Hi, folks!

The British Library Women Writers Project is a personal long-term project of mine, where I intend to read my way through the entire series. I will update this post as I go along. You will be able to find a link to this post on my projects page.


Key:

  • Read books are marked as (✓)
  • Favourites are marked as (✨)
  • DNFed books are crossed off
  • Books I own are in bold
  • My reviews, when available, will be linked below

Info:


The List

  1. Tea Is So Intoxicating by Mary Essex (1950)
  2. The Tree of Heaven by May Sinclair (1917)
  3. ✨ O, the Brave Music, by Dorothy Evelyn Smith (1943)
  4. Dangerous Ages by Rose Macaulay (1921)
  5. Chatterton Square by E.H. Young (1947)
  6. Father by Elizabeth von Arnim (1931)
  7. My Husband Simon by Mollie Panter-Downes (1931)
  8. Tension, by E. M. Delafield (1920)
  9. Mamma, by Diana Tutton (1955)
  10. A Pin to See the Peepshow, by F. Tennyson Jesse (1934)
  11. ✨ The Love Child, by Edith Olivier (1927)
  12. Sally on the Rocks, by Winifred Boggs (1915)
  13. Which Way?, by Theodora Benson (1932)
  14. Bad Girl ** by Viña Delmar (1928)
    • ** I’ve seen this book on twitter a long time ago, but it doesn’t seem to have been released. I have an old copy and I will be reading it anyway. 🙂

That’s it for now, folks. Do you have any favourites? Please let me know. 🙂

Yours truly,

J.


Girl Reading - Edward Emerson Simmons - 1893
Girl Reading, by Edward Emerson Simmons, 1893

 


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