Hey readers... I've had a very busy week and mother's day/mom's birthday weekend (yay mom!) and I remain on deadline for a few stories, so posting is going to remain sparse-ish today but I hope will pick up tomorrow. In the meantime, take a gander at K's list of literary mamas to remember.
I also wanted to thank the amazing and prolific Sandra Leigh for giving me the one lovely blog award.
I'm trying to plough through Pamela which started out being immense fun and has gotten a bit boring, but also have a review novel to read this weekend which may delay my completing it.
But I've been thinking about the oft-neglected (by me) 18th century. If we had to make an essential 18th century novel list, what would it be? Pamela, Clarissa, Tom Jones, Joseph Andrew, Robinson Crusoe, Moll Flanders, Tristram Shandy, The Castle of Otranto, The Mysteries of Udolpho, The Monk, Evelina, Castle Rackrent, maybe some Eliza Haywood and Aphra Behn? What am I missing?
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