THE URSULA BLOOM BIBLIOGRAPHY
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A collection of books containing reminiscences and recollections wherein Bloom, being
of a generation that was to witness two world wars, recalled in print her life and career
experiences in the early to mid Twentieth Century.
The Log of a Naval Officer's Wife
Published by Hurst & Blackett, 1932
Reminiscences of the author's experiences as the wife of a Royal Navy man.
Mistress of None
Published by Hutchinson, 1933
Published by Hutchinson, 1934
The author's account of various holidays she has enjoyed over the years.
A Cad's Guide to Cruising
Published by Rich & Cowan, 1938
Humorous recollections of Bloom's trips on cruise ships around Europe.
Published by Michael Joseph, 1938
Letters To My Son
Published by Cassell, 1939
A collection of personal letters the author wrote to her son while he was still an infant
and when Bloom was living in Frinton-on-Sea as a young widow.
The Log of No Lady
Published by Chapman & Hall, 1940
In this book Bloom relates her experiences of being evacuated from London before war broke
No Lady Meets No Gentleman
Published By Sampson Low, 1940
A volume in which Bloom talks about life with her husband, the naval officer Charles Gower
Time, Tide and I
Published by Chapman & Hall, 1942
No Lady Buys a Cot
Published by Chapman & Hall, 1943
No Lady in Bed
Published by Chapman & Hall, 1944
A chronicle of Bloom's attempts to find a doctor able to cure her migraines.
The Changed Village
Published by Chapman & Hall, 1945
A memoir of how things have changed over the years in the Shropshire village of
No Lady With a Pen
Published by Chapman & Hall, 1947
No Lady in the Cart
Published by Convoy Publications, 1949
A light hearted account of Bloom's aspirations to become a car driver.
Mum's Girl Was No Lady
Published by Convoy Publications, 1951
Published by Hutchinson, 1954
No Lady Has a Dog's Day
Published by Hutchinson, 1956
Recollections and anecdotes concerning Bloom's love of dogs and her experience of keeping
them as pets.
Down to the Sea in Ships
Published by Hutchinson, 1958
Another memoir of Bloom's time as a naval officer's wife travelling the sea from port to
Youth at the Gate
Published by Hutchinson, 1959
A memoir of Ursula Bloom's life when she was living on the Essex coastline during the
First World War.
War Isn't Wonderful
Published by Hutchinson, 1961
A very honest account of the author's experiences during the Second World War, including a
vivid recollection of what happened when a German bomb landed on her flat in Chelsea.
The Mightier Sword
Published by Robert Hale, 1966
A book in which Bloom recollects various episodes in her long writing career, both as a
novelist and Fleet Street journalist.
Rosemary for Stratford-on-Avon
Published by Robert Hale, 1966
The author's recollections of Stratford-on-Avon as it was in the first decade of the
Twentieth Century. The cover image above is taken from the 1983 Chivers Press edition.
A Roof and Four Walls
Published by Hutchinson, 1967
Rosemary for Frinton
Published by Robert Hale, 1970
A book of reminiscences by Bloom about the years she spent living in the Essex coastal
town of Frinton.
Rosemary for Chelsea
Published by Robert Hale, 1971
Requesting the Pleasure
Published by Robert Hale, 1973
A book in which the author shares some amusing anecdotes about parties and social
gatherings she has attended.
Life Is No Fairy Tale
Published by Robert Hale, 1976