Month: December 2020

The Sound Booth– The Wif..

Posted December 30, 2020 by stuckint in The Sound Booth / 4 Comments
The Sound Booth– The Wife Upstairs by Rachel Hawkins

Hello everyone and welcome to The Sound Booth, where I share my thoughts on the advanced listening copies I receive in exchange for honest reviews. Today I am excited to tell you all about The Wife Upstairs written by Rachel Hawkins and narrated by: Emily Shaffer, Kirby Heyborne, and Lauren Fortgang. I received this tile […]

Twelve Days Of Book-Mas: Twelv..

Posted December 28, 2020 by stuckint in 12 Days of Book-mas / 0 Comments
Twelve Days Of Book-Mas: Twelve Duologies (Day 12)

Hello everyone and welcome back to the third round of Twelve Days of Bookmas, a festive series of posts where we are counting down to Christmas book recommendation style! This last day of Bookmas is all about Duologies. I love them because you get time in the world but you don’t have the issue of […]

Book of the Month At A Glance&..

Posted December 28, 2020 by stuckint in Book Subscriptions, BOTM / 10 Comments
Book of the Month At A Glance– January 2021

Hello everyone and welcome to another At A Glance post, a monthly post where I try to provide insight into Book of the Month’s monthly book selections so you can spend less time deciding and more time reading. Overall, my impression this month is that the picks are quite diverse, highly rated on sites like […]

Twelve Days Of Book-Mas: Eleve..

Posted December 27, 2020 by stuckint in 12 Days of Book-mas / 0 Comments
Twelve Days Of Book-Mas: Eleven YA Books (Day 11)

Hello everyone and welcome back to the third round of Twelve Days of Bookmas, a festive series of posts where we are counting down to Christmas book recommendation style! Since I am trying to catch up these last posts will only be the books. Hopefully my lists introduce you to some books you weren’t already […]

Twelve Days Of Book-Mas: Ten T..

Posted December 25, 2020 by stuckint in 12 Days of Book-mas / 0 Comments
Twelve Days Of Book-Mas: Ten Trilogies (Day 10)

Hello everyone and welcome back to the third round of Twelve Days of Bookmas, a festive series of posts where we are counting down to Christmas book recommendation style! While I have expressed my preference for standalone novels, every once in a while, the first novel will hook me. So today is all about Trilogies […]

Twelve Days Of Book-Mas: Nine ..

Posted December 23, 2020 by stuckint in 12 Days of Book-mas / 1 Comment
Twelve Days Of Book-Mas: Nine Dystopian Novels (Day 9)

Hello everyone and welcome back to the third round of Twelve Days of Bookmas, a festive series of posts where we are counting down to Christmas book recommendation style! Like so many I grew up on books like The Giver and The Handmaid’s Tale and was privy to the renaissance of dystopian novels with series […]

Twelve Days Of Book-Mas: Eight..

Posted December 22, 2020 by stuckint in 12 Days of Book-mas / 0 Comments
Twelve Days Of Book-Mas: Eight Sci Fi Stories (Day 8)

Hello everyone and welcome back to the third round of Twelve Days of Bookmas, a festive series of posts where we are counting down to Christmas book recommendation style! As I was putting together this list I realized that I don’t read as much sci fi as I thought. I’m thinking I will definitely have […]

An Important Announcement!

Posted December 21, 2020 by stuckint in Announcements / 0 Comments
An Important Announcement!

Hey everyone, I wanted to take a minute to let everyone know about a big change coming to Stuck in the Stacks. 2020 has been a crazy year. So crazy in fact that Emily and I have parted ways and I will be the sole owner/content creator of Stuck in the Stacks going forward. Know […]

Twelve Days Of Book-Mas: Seven..

Posted December 19, 2020 by stuckint in 12 Days of Book-mas / 7 Comments
Twelve Days Of Book-Mas: Seven Creepy Reads (Day 7)

Hello everyone and welcome back to the third round of Twelve Days of Bookmas, a festive series of posts where we are counting down to Christmas book recommendation style! It is a truth universally acknowledged that bookworms who love horror novels do not solely read them at Halloween, but year around. So of course, I […]