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.
Which makes it sound like I disappeared for a month and have returned as the personification of kitschy consumerism.
Hello and welcome to another episode of “things I would like to read but just end up writing about.”
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.
Lady Mary Wortley Montagu is one of my favourite historical figures.
At the end of last year’s move, I had 17 boxes (the regular moving kind) full of books.
It is strange to think that it’s been twenty years, and that within that time so many people all over the world have been affected by Harry Potter.
This book was an ambitious project for Madeline Miller’s first novel. It tells the story of Patroclus and Achilles, heroes of the Iliad, the ancient Homeric song/poem of the Trojan War.
A Starlight Woman, as I would define her, is a woman who basically has everything, or at least everything that our society values.