It’s Beryl Bainbridge Reading Week!

Welcome to Beryl Bainbridge Reading Week

I hope that many of you will join us in reading one of her books this week, and maybe posting about it, or leaving a comment on any of the Beryl posts here. Please do leave a link to your review in the comments below so everyone can follow the trail.  I will do a round-up post with all of the links in one place at the end of the week.

I really hope that you enjoy reading this very British author’s works.  Let me know your favourites; whether you prefer her historical works or her gritty dramas; whether you find her writing funny, wicked, or anything else.

I’m off to continue reading … my first review will follow soon. It’ll be about one of these…

31 thoughts on “It’s Beryl Bainbridge Reading Week!

  1. I’m really enjoying Harriet Said. Wickedly funny. Around half way through so should have a blog post up by Wednesday. Looking forward to reading a bevy of Beryl blogs.

  2. What a lovely collection! My first BB review will appear tomorrow, and I’m hoping to have one or two others this week – depending on what I manage to read!

  3. I’ve finished Master Georgie and will write a review on it later today. Am about half-way through The Bottle Factory Outing and will try to get it finished by mid-week. Beyond that I have a couple of other BB’s on my shelves that I’ve managed to pick up but I might not get them read till next week (as am off to Isle of Wight Festival Thursday!). But after reading Master Georgie and Bottle Factory Outing I’m looking forward to reading the others and to reading others’ reviews of BB’s work.

    • So you’ve gone for one each end of the canon Col! It’ll be interesting to see whether you prefer the gritty drama or the historical gritty drama.

  4. I am looking forward to my first ever Beryl Bainbridge which I will start when I finish my current read. I anticipate finishing that sometime this evening.
    By the way good luck with your Beryl Bainbridge week. I am hosting a month long re-reading project on my blog and have never done anything like that before – so not really sure what I am doing – so if you have any tips? : )

    • Simon T posted some of the photos from your Oxford Virago w/e – looks like you all had a great time. I can’t join you on your Re-reading month – my TBR is just too big, but wish you well. If you want some more peeps to join in, I’d suggest publicising it on Twitter or set up an event on Facebook, and of course – keep mentioning it at every opportunity. I look forward to you thoughts on your first BB :)

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    • What a lovely thing to do. I used to own a copy of the Priestley, but seem to have managed to get rid of it, so I shall rely on your comparisons. ;)

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