Today I did something freeing. Something that lightened my mental load even if only by a little. Today, I DNFEd a book that had been on my TBR for nearly a year. It had got to the point that I felt like I had to force myself to sit and read this book and I received no enjoyment from the experience. It just left me feeling more and more bitter with every passing page. So, even though I was reading this book as part of a reading discussion group, I quietly slipped it back onto my shelf where it shall stay. Now my mind and energies are free to explore other books and the worlds within them!Continue reading
Yesterday I posted a list of my Most Anticipated Releases for First Half of 2020 and as I pondered over those books, it got me thinking about my most anticipated books from last year. Did I read them? What did I think about them? Did the disappointment roil in my gut until I just couldn’t take it anymore and screamed my lament from the edge of a cliff?Continue reading
Hello all and welcome to my February Wrap Up! I must say, I had a glorious month for reading and a lot of other positive bookish things. I am also very grateful to all of you who come and look at my blog. Just want you to know that I see and appreciate all of you and I hope that we have many happy bookish years together to come. Now, lets get to the wrap up!Continue reading
Welcome to Literary Weaponry’s May Wrap Up! I got far more reading done this month than I expected to which was a bit of a surprise and was lucky enough to discover an author that I now love. I, like most of you I’m sure, am shocked that 2018 is already nearly half over. How did that even happen? However, on a more bloggish note, here is what went down on LW in May. Continue reading
Anticipated publication date: February 26th, 2019
A world divided.
A queendom without an heir.
An ancient enemy awakens.
The House of Berethnet has ruled Inys for a thousand years. Still unwed, Queen Sabran the Ninth must conceive a daughter to protect her realm from destruction—but assassins are getting closer to her door.
Ead Duryan is an outsider at court. Though she has risen to the position of lady-in-waiting, she is loyal to a hidden society of mages. Ead keeps a watchful eye on Sabran, secretly protecting her with forbidden magic. Continue reading