Although she worked being a book reviewer for Vogue magazine so that as a writer for the Sunday Review, this twentieth-century author is remembered best for such feminist and socialist-themed works of fiction and nonfiction as, respectively, Give and Take: A Novel of Intrigue as well as the Nationalisation of Banking. In the first 1900s, she examined at Newnham University, Cambridge School. She was a dynamic person in the Fabian Culture, and she went for political workplace being a Labour Party applicant. She was raised in New Zealand and Britain as the little girl of prominent feminist and socialist Maud Pember Reeves and politician William Pember Reeves. She afterwards married Streams Blanco Light, with whom she acquired a son called Thomas and a little girl called Justin. Her affair with fellow writer H.G. Wells led to an illegitimate little girl called Anna-Jane. Anna-Jane was raised thinking that she was the little girl of Streams Blanco Light (whom Reeves acquired wedded while pregnant with Anna-Jane).