This is an award for the absolutely wonderful writers all across the blogging world. They have beautiful blogs, are kind and lovely, and always find a way to add happiness and laughter to the lives of their readers. That is what truly defines an awesome blogger.
I spotted this over at Nut Free Nerd and she left it open for all. It looked like a fun thing to do and let me share a little more about myself with you all! I love sharing things outside of books with you from time to time. Continue reading →
Everyone has their own reading habits. Maybe you are the type of reader that prefers sitting in a certain sunny spot while reading. Perhaps you read most comfortably with a certain drink or at a certain time of day. Then again, maybe you are one of those people who doesn’t use bookmarks, or will only read physical books. These are my bookish confessions. Continue reading →
The other day on Twitter I spotted a tweet by fellow book blogger Fernanda @ The Wanderlust Reader. She was discussing the possibility of doing a read-a-thon that specifically focuses on re-reads. It got me thinking, what books would I most like to re-read?
Hello, everyone! I spotted this tag over at The Bookish Chick and thought it looked fun. Really, it is that simple. Just was browsing and wanted to do a tag. No profound reasoning or thought behind it. How about that for honesty?
Lately, I have been terrible about actually writing posts. My problem is that my reading mojo slumped off back in June and I don’t fully have it back yet. I’m just not feeling it. Despite that I did do several book related things in August that I’d like to share with you.
Thank you so much to Charlotte Annelise for nominating me! Charlotte has so many wonderful posts, if you aren’t following her blog you should go check it out. I’m usually a little hesitant about sharing things about myself on the blog but I thought today I would make an exception.
Every person is made up by their past experiences. The sum of those experiences makes them the person they are today. Their likes, dislikes, wants, needs, and dreams all have root in moments and memories. One of these moments from our past influenced us to become readers, we didn’t just wake up one morning with a yen for a good book without some kind of outside influence. Continue reading →
Thank you to Metal Phantasm Reads for tagging me in this. I always find these things fun and it is so nice to know you were thought of.
Thank the person who nominated you and post a link to their blog
Nominate at least 12 people who you find fun, inspiring and entertaining!
Include the graphic in your post
Answer all the provided questions
Why did you start your blog in the first place?
I started Literary Weaponry for a few reasons. The first being that I have definite opinions about books and I wanted to share them outside of Goodreads and Amazon reviews. Secondly, I wanted a website for my resume as I have been applying for newspaper, library, and transcription work. I can’t deny that I hope to make money from this at some point, however, it is also just fun and fulfilling to be a part of this diverse reading community.
What is your favorite book?
How does anyone answer that question? It’s like asking which kid is your favorite. I’ll give you a couple:
What do you dislike the most?
In books or in the world? In books I hate weak characters most. You know, that character that always needs saved and has no thoughts in their head and ignores the fact that free will is a thing? I hate that. I hate it more than love triangles and anything else. In the world, if I had to put a pin on it, I hate prejudices. It frustrates me to no end that I go out with my family and we get funny looks. I am Caucasian, my husband is Puerto Rican, and obviously our daughter is an adorable mix of the two. The looks we get sometimes just make my blood boil.
What is your favorite food at the mall?
Salted pretzels with cheese dip. Holy moly, it is so hard to resist those. I need the warm, salty pretzels and the sticky artificially colored and flavored orange cheese dip. It is amazing.
What is your favorite past time?
Uuuuhhhhh. I’m not one for hobbies so that is a bit difficult. I love watching old MASH reruns. You can never have too much Alan Alda. I feel like I’m writing an ad for a dating website or something, “I love old TV shows, listening to the rain on the roof, and catching fireflies.”
I hereby tag:
All ya’ll. I mean really, if you want to do this, please do it! If you do pop your link in the comments so I can take a look. Have a beautiful day, everyone.
Typically on a Wednesday I would be bringing you WWW Wednesday as hosted by Taking on a World of Words. However, I did not read all week last week, have not yet this week, and no books are sparking my interest right now so it seems silly for me to talk about what I’m not doing. You follow my ramble there? Good.
Just like every person is different, every reader will have a different idea of what exactly makes a good book. Maybe you are the kind of person that really enjoys curling up with a glass of chardonnay and a good old Nora Roberts romance. Maybe you like to turn off all of the lights, set flame to a few candles, and read Dean Koontz’s latest thriller on your e-reader while soaking in the tub. Then again, perhaps you are a busy mom whose only time to read is between sessions of chasing your child at the park and you grab whatever book is handy to escape for a few minutes.