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feather_ghyll's Journal

13 August 1979
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This journal was set up as a place for me to talk about my life-long love of girls' stories - boarding school stories, summer holiday adventures, mysteries set on the Continent, Guiding (or Camp Fire) stories. Discussion has expanded to cover children's literature more broadly, some adult literature and tennis. I post content sporadically.

This journal is mainly about children's stories, so there is very little 'adult content', however, I'm an adult, coming to these books as an adult, so 'adult concepts' may be discussed, as I tend to think that I'm addressing my peers, but given the material I'm mainly discussing...

Due to spamming, I screen all comments from people who are not friends. I'll try to unscreen comments as quickly as I can. I reserve the right to delete what I feel is any irrelevantly off-topic or disrespectful comment made to a post in this journal.
adventures, angela brazil, anne shirley, authoresses, boarding school stories, books, captain nancy, chalet girls, charity shops, cherry ames, daisy pulls it off, dimsie maitland, doris pocock, dorita fairlie bruce, elinor m. brent-dyer, elsie j. oxenham, eva ibbotson, evelyn smith, fourth formers, girl detectives, girl sleuths, girls' fiction, girls' reading, gwendoline courtney, head girls, hidden treasure, jenny-wren, joey bettany, joey maynard, josephine elder, katherine at feather ghyll, katherine l. oldmeadow, l. m. montgomery, lorna hill, mabel esther allan, malcolm saville, mary-dorothy, mary-lou trelawney, midge carmichael, midnight feasts, mysteries, nancy breary, phyllis l. matthewman, prefects, reading, reading about ballet, reading about hockey, school magazines, school stories, second-hand bookshops, secret societies, susan lyle, swallows and amazons, sylvia little, tennis, the abbey girls, the chalet school, the chaletian, the farm school, the lone pine series, viola bayley, watching tennis, wild cat island, wimbledon championships, women writers