Writing under her pseudonym of Constantinople and Rome, influenced her later works. She was also known for her satirical writings, many poking fun at the British upper class (of which she was a member) or at her own love life.
, Mary Montgomerie Singleton (later Mary Montgomerie Currie) produced during the later nineteenth and very early twentieth century five collections of poetry, a verse novel, a drama, three prose novels, a volume of essays and stories, and a translation, as well as numerous periodical publications. Her poems were collected twice in her lifetime. Her several years living abroad, in or near