Idea: Du Maurier December

As most of you know, I absolutely adore Daphne du Maurier and think her books are, on the whole, wonderful.  There are a lot of them which I’ve not yet read, however, and I was thinking of creating a new little project around her work.

I have decided to do so in the month of December – mainly because most people have the most time off then, but also because ‘du Maurier December’ has a nice ring to it, I think.  I aim to review the rest of her works (or as many as I can get to, anyway).  If any of you in the blogging world would like to join in, then please do so!

I am aiming to procure and read the rest of her books in the next few months and will be scheduling my reviews during the month of December.  If you are interested in the du Maurier books which will feature on my list, they are as follows:

The Rebecca Notebook
– Mary Anne
– The du Mauriers
– Rule Britannia
– The Glass-Blowers
– The Flight of the Falcon
– The Rendezvous and Other Stories
– The Winding Stair
– The Infernal World of Branwell Bronte
– Golden Lads
– Hungry Hill
– The Doll: Short Stories

16 thoughts on “Idea: Du Maurier December

  1. This sounds like a great idea; I’d love to join in if I can. I haven’t read any of Du Maurier’s work but Rebecca and Jamaica Inn have been on my TBR list for a long time! I’d probably try and read at least one of these before starting those on your list.

    • Oh, brilliant, Gemma! You don’t have to read anything on my list if you’d like to read ‘Rebecca’ and ‘Jamaica Inn’; I just thought that bloggers reading her work at the same time would be lovely. 🙂

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