Saturday, March 12, 2011

Getting started finally

I finally finished the first Blandings Castle novel. Yes, my own challenge and I just started it. Oh well.

How is everyone doing? I'm enjoying Wodehouse a lot so far.


  1. Andrea:

    I just came upon your blog and posted to a November note instead of this latest. I have been a P.G. Wodehouse fan for a very long time. Here is a list of the books I have read.

    A Damsel in Distress
    A Few Quick Ones
    A Gentleman of Leisure
    A Pelican at Blandings
    A Wodehouse Bestiary
    Bachelors Anonymous
    Barmy in Wonderland
    Bertie Wooster Sees It Through
    Big Money
    Bill the Conqueror
    Carry On, Jeeves
    Cocktail Time
    Doctor Sally
    Do Butlers Burge Banks?
    Enter Jeeves
    Frozen Assets
    French Leave
    Full Moon
    Galahad at Blandings
    Heavy Weather
    Hot Water
    How Right You Are, Jeeves
    Ice in the Bedroom
    Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit
    Jeeves in the Morning
    Jeeves in the Offing
    Joy in the Morning
    Laughing Gas
    Leave It to Psmith
    Lord Emsworth and Others
    Meet Mr. Mulliner
    Money for Nothing
    Much Obliged, Jeeves
    Nothing Serious
    Picadilly Jim
    Pigs Have Wings
    Plum Pie
    Psmith in the City
    Quick Service
    Right Ho, Jeeves
    Ring for Jeeves
    Sam the Sudden
    Service with a Smile
    Something Fishy
    Something Fresh
    Spring Fever
    Stiff Upper Lip, Jeeves
    Summer Lightning
    Summer Moonshine
    Thank You. Jeeves
    The Adventures of Sally
    The Brinksmanship of Galahad Threepwood
    The Butler Did it
    The Cat-nappers
    The Clicking of Cuthbert
    The Code of the Woosters
    The Eighteen-Carat Kid
    The Girl in Blue
    The Girl on the Boat
    The Golf Omnibus
    The Ice in the Bedroom
    The Inimitable Jeeves
    The Luck of the Bodkins
    The Man with Two Left Feet
    The Mating Season
    The Old Reliable
    The Return of Jeeves
    The Small Bachelor
    The World of Mr. Mulliner
    Uncle Dynamite
    Uncle Fred in the Springtime
    Very Good, Jeeves
    Young Men in Spats

  2. Andrea:

    And the reason I know which P.G. Wodehouse books I have read is because I started a list of every book I read in 1964 when I was 17. The list is now 3,138 books long.