Category: The Reading Room

The Reading Room– Wings ..

Posted February 3, 2021 by stuckint in The Reading Room / 0 Comments
The Reading Room– Wings of Ebony by J. Elle

Hello everyone and welcome back to The Reading Room where I talk about the upcoming/recent releases I’ve read recently and am excited to talk about. Today, I’m sharing my thoughts about Wings of Ebony by J. Elle, an urban fantasy novel full of black girl magic. black power and family. About the Book About the […]

The Reading Room– Take A..

Posted July 31, 2020 by stuckint in Features, The Reading Room / 0 Comments
The Reading Room– Take A Hint Dani Brown

Hello stackers! Welcome to the second post in our post series featuring Take A Hint Dani Brown by Talia Hibbert. Today we are offering a spoiler free review of the book. stay tuned for an exclusive Q&A with Talia as well. About the Book About the Author USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestseller Talia Hibbert is a […]

The Reading Room– Home B..

Posted May 16, 2020 by stuckint in Features, The Reading Room / 1 Comment
The Reading Room– Home Before Dark by Riley Sager

Hello everyone and welcome back to The Reading Room where we talk about the upcoming releases we’ve read recently and are excited to talk about. Today, I wanted to share my thoughts on Home Before Dark by Riley Sager, especially because it looks like it will be a June Book of the Month pick. About […]

The Reading Room– Last G..

Posted May 2, 2020 by stuckint in Features, The Reading Room / 0 Comments
The Reading Room– Last Girls by Demetra Brodsky

Welcome back to The Reading Room, where we share our thoughts on the upcoming or recent releases that we’ve read recently. Today is the second post in a three part series featuring Demetra Brodsky’s latest novel: Last Girls. About the Book About the Author DEMETRA BRODSKY loves to write twisty thrillers about dark family secrets. […]

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. […]

The Reading Room– The Ye..

Posted March 7, 2020 by stuckint in Features, The Reading Room / 1 Comment
The Reading Room– The Yellow Bird Sings

Welcome back to the reading room. We are especially excited about the book we are discussing today: The Yellow Bird Sings by Jennifer Rosner. This review is the second post in a three part series culminating in an awesome Q&A with the author. So, without further preamble, here’s our glowing thoughts on the refreshing historical […]

The Reading Room– Darlin..

Posted March 2, 2020 by stuckint in The Reading Room / 11 Comments
The Reading Room– Darling Rose Gold

Hello everyone and welcome back to The Reading Room where we talk about the upcoming books we’ve read recently and are excited about. Today, I am incredibly stoked to share all my feelings about Darling Rose Gold by Stephanie Wrobel. Our Summary For as long as Rose Gold Watts can remember she has been sick. […]

Reading Room– Bloom by K..

Posted February 26, 2020 by stuckint in The Reading Room / 3 Comments
Reading Room– Bloom by Kenneth Oppel

Hello everyone and welcome back to the reading room! Today I’m sharing my spoiler-free review of Bloom by Kenneth Oppel. I read this one some time ago but saved my review until closer to publication. Now that the release date is just two weeks away I am so excited to gush about this middle grade […]