It’s often said that writers are of an arbitrary nature, that as a species their opinion of themselves waffles between enormous ego and debilitating self-doubt. It’s something I heard a long time ago, before I understood what writers actually spend most of their time doing; I thought writing meant seclusion and contemplation, presumably sitting byContinue reading “Arbitration; Or, the Nature of Subjective Accomplishment”
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The New Year, 2018 Edition
The first also honey post I published, almost a year ago today, was a list of all the new years resolutions that I never actually achieved – and in some cases never even attempted.
The Also Honey Holiday Gift Guide
Which makes it sound like I disappeared for a month and have returned as the personification of kitschy consumerism.
The To-Be-Read Pile, With Love, Cool Covers
Hello and welcome to another episode of “things I would like to read but just end up writing about.”
Coffee Cake Muffins; Is Your Favourite Word ‘Moist’?
There are three parts to a crumbed coffee cake: the vanilla cake, the cinnamon filling, and the cinnamon topping.
Magical Chocolate Mousse
I can admit to always having the slightest of obsessions with chocolate mousse.
For Want of a Good Cover
I’ve been wanting to do a post on this for a while, because I love nothing more than a good book cover, and nothing more than that than the whackiest, wildest, most unnecessarily upsetting book cover you’ve ever seen.
Pink Apple Tarts
They really are pink.
Adieu, Madam – The Life and Letters of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu
Lady Mary Wortley Montagu is one of my favourite historical figures.