Sir Arthur Streeb-Greebling writes:
Pythagoras Trousers keeps crossing my path, but I am unsure of whether it is a worthwhile read - perhaps I should just bite the bullet but reading some of the reviews it gets maybe not. On a related note, Heisenberg and pals debate God.
Schiller. and aesthetics.
Oscar Wilde. eventually had to stop posing and confront himself.
Once upon a time in France is a very worthwhile run down of the history of restaurants, how Michelin stars became, and of words and places like "Savoy", "Ritz".
Also, belatedly, those who saw The Royal New Zealand Herald's "Viva" liftout on Wednesday would have also read about the very talented Annette Lauder - of Nut and Bee. I commend her work to your attention. As gifts her range of products are superb, and go down a treat especially on occasions such as Valentines Day if you don't want to go down the cliche'd flowers / chocolates route.