10. Caroline O'Donoghue

We're venturing to glamorous South East London this week to peruse the shelves of author, columnist and podcaster Caroline O'Donoghue. Described as 'timely and vibrant', Caroline's acclaimed debut novel PromisingYoung Women was released in 2018. She writes a weekly column for The Irish Times and fronts two great podcasts: School for Dumb Women and Sentimental Garbage, focusing on chick-lit. We talked to her about writing sex scenes, tarot, fear and the delights of Louise Mensch.


BOOKS (CLICK ON THE TITLE FOR MORE)


Caroline O'Donoghue - Promising Young Women

Delia Ephron - Hanging Up

Nora Ephron - Scribble Scribble

Daphne Du Maurier - Rebecca

Daphne Du Maurier - Jamaica Inn

Daphne Du Maurier - My Cousin Rachel

Barbara Trapido - Brother of the More Famous Jack

VC Andrews - Flowers in the Attic

VC Andrews - Petals on the Wind

VC Andrews - My Sweet Audrina

Erica Jong - How To Save Your Own Life

Patricia Lockwood - Priestdaddy

Louise Bagshawe -Career Game

Anita Brookner - Hotel Du Lac

Muriel Spark - The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie

Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen - Oh My God, What a Complete Aisling

Priscilla Presley - Elvis and Me

Christopher Dell - The Occult, Witchcraft and Magic

Stacy Schiff - The Witches: Salem, 1692

John Updike - The Witches of Eastwick

Alice Hoffman - Practical Magic

Jessa Crispin - The Creative Tarot

Michelle Tea - Modern Tarot

Diana Mosley - The Pursuit of Laughter

The Mitfords - Letters Between Six Sisters

Germaine Greer - The Boy

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