A guest post for 4th Estate…

Some of you may have noticed that I have taken a mini hiatus from blogging… I’ve started an exciting but consuming new job and I’ve acquired a very naughty cat – two very different life events but both stressful and time-draining in their own ways!

Fear not, dear readers, for I haven’t stopped reading – I will be back shortly with a round-up piece and hope to resume normal posting from November onwards.

In the meantime, I was asked by the good people at 4th Estate if I would contribute a piece to their WOM4N month (which has been running for the whole of October), to which I happily agreed. Here is the result – My Top 5 Literary 20-Somethings – a piece inspired by a reading of Lena Dunham’s new book, Not That Kind of Girl.


Please give it a read and let me know who you think I’ve missed or who YOUR favourites are. There are many to choose from!


5 thoughts on “A guest post for 4th Estate…

    • Thank you Susan, both are proving very time consuming but I do hope to return to blogging before Christmas. I’m glad you enjoyed Friendship too, I felt it was very underrated and I can’t wait to see what Emily Gould writes next!

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  2. I’ve been calling this the W4MAN competition all month, what a fool.

    I just checked out your piece, I’ve not read any before so I now have a nice line up of books to read in the new year. I look forward to your next blog post!

    • Thank you for taking the time to read and comment Alice, I do hope you enjoy them! Do you have a favourite literary twenty-something? I hope to return to blogging properly before Christmas 🙂 thanks for the support

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