[Ephemera Almanac vol. 10] Make Your Nerd Heart Sing

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Welcome back for another jam-packed issue of the ephemera almanac. I’m excited to see we’ve reached number 10! Thanks for all your comments and support. If there’s something you’d like to see here, please do let me know via email or in the comments.

Here’s the roundup of treats for this Thursday:

Happy Thursday everyone! What have you seen on the web that made your nerd heart sing this week? Please do share- I love to know what you’re all reading…


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  • Claire - Well, in reading the list of cookery books and coming across ‘Every Grain of Rice’ by Fuchsia Dunlop – all I could think was Fuchsia Dunlop? Why don’t I have a name like Fuchsia Dunlop!
    As for links that make my nerd heart sing, I just never do the surfing and searching for myself so I appreciate these weekly round ups that you and other talented magpies put together 🙂ReplyCancel

    • caroline - Fuchsia Dunlop is an outstanding name. Perhaps she has some excellent links to share as well. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Nichola - Thanks for sharing! I can’t resist a book recommendation & love discovering new blogs.

    Love Austin Kleon’s work too, “Let go of the thing that you’re trying to be (the noun), and focus on the actual work you need to be doing (the verb).” Brilliant :).ReplyCancel

    • caroline - You are so welcome! Austin Kleon is great. I love that line as well- I think I am going to try to organize all my projects around it for the foreseeable future. It’s a bit like Rilke’s living the questions, in a way. Definitely nother one of my favorites.ReplyCancel