Month: March 2020

Top Ten Tuesday– You Kno..

Posted March 31, 2020 by stuckint in Features, Top Ten Tuesday / 6 Comments
Top Ten Tuesday– You Know You’re A Bookworm Edition

Hello everyone and welcome back to another Top Ten Tuesday, a weekly meme hosted by The Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s prompt is signs you know you’re a bookworm and we had tons of fun brainstorming ideas. 1- We have libraries on our night stands- and everywhere really We don’t know about you but we […]

Blog Tour: Between Burning Wor..

Posted March 29, 2020 by stuckint in ARCS, Blog Tours, Reviews / 0 Comments
Blog Tour: Between Burning Worlds by Jessica Brody and Joanne Rendell

We are so excited to be rejoining the Fantastic Flying Book Club in order to be part of this blog tour for Between Burning Worlds, which is the second book in the System Divine trilogy. System Divine is a science fiction twist on Les Miserables, so I mean, if you haven’t read the first book […]

Saturday Spotlight– Alma..

Posted March 29, 2020 by stuckint in Features, Saturday Spotlight / 0 Comments
Saturday Spotlight– Alma Katsu

Hello every and welcome back to another Saturday Spotlight! Every month we host a handful of author spotlights where we feature an author and their upcoming release in a series of posts. For our second spotlight of March we feel so privileged to welcome Alma Katsu to Stuck in Stacks to discuss her recent novel: […]

The Reading Room– The De..

Posted March 28, 2020 by stuckint in The Reading Room / 0 Comments
The Reading Room– The Deep by Alma Katsu

Welcome back to The Reading Room, where we share our thoughts about the books we’ve read recently. On deck today is our gushing review of the The Deep by Alma Katsu, the latest historical horror from the same author as The Hunger which is a retelling of the Donner Party tragedy with a horrific twist. […]

Book of the Month At A Glance&..

Posted March 27, 2020 by stuckint in BOTM / 8 Comments
Book of the Month At A Glance– April 2020 Picks

Well the Book of the Month picks for April have been confirmed and that means its time for one of our favorite posts here on Stuck in the Stacks, our At A Glance where we wade through countless reviews to provide you the vital information you need to select the BOTM pick(s) that are right […]

Themed Thursday– The Dee..

Posted March 26, 2020 by stuckint in Themed Thursdays / 0 Comments
Themed Thursday– The Deep by Alma Katsu

We are so excited to kick off our three post series featuring the Deep by Alma Katsu, a historical horror novel set around the Titanic and its sister ship The Britannic. This slow burn horror mystery is a must read for historical fiction and horror lovers alike. In today’s post, we are sharing themed recommendations […]

Bites From Our Backlist–..

Posted March 25, 2020 by stuckint in Bites From Our Backlist, Features / 1 Comment
Bites From Our Backlist– DNFs (For Now)

Well hello everyone and welcome back to another Bites From Our Backlist, a feature where we share a series of short reviews about books that are burning holes in our physical and digital TBR piles. It’s time for another Bites From Our Backlist, where we share short reviews about books that have been sitting on […]

Top Ten Tuesday– Our Fav..

Posted March 24, 2020 by stuckint in Top Ten Tuesday / 10 Comments
Top Ten Tuesday– Our Favorite Middle Grade Novels

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly book tag hosted by The Artsy Reader Girl. — We have been talking about doing a post for Middle Grade March all month long so with a genre freebie we are super excited to finally get to it. Today we are recommending ten Middle Grade novel from YA authors […]

Blog Tour– Sparrow by Ma..

Posted March 23, 2020 by stuckint in Blog Tours / 0 Comments
Blog Tour– Sparrow by Mary Cecilia Jackson

We are so excited for our stop on the tour, which is being hosted by The Fantastic Flying Book Club. You can find the full tour schedule here. About the Book About the Author Mary Cecilia Jackson has worked as a middle school teacher, an adjunct instructor of college freshmen, a technical writer and editor, […]