Publisher: Razorbill

Saturday Spotlight- Sarah Glen..

Posted September 4, 2021 by stuckint in Features, Saturday Spotlight / 0 Comments
Saturday Spotlight- Sarah Glenn Marsh

Hello everyone and welcome to another Saturday Spotlight– where every month I feature an author and their recently released work. Today I’m thrilled to welcome Sarah Glenn Marsh to Stuck in the Stacks. You can check out book recommendations based off of key themes from the book here and stay tuned for a spoiler-free review […]

Blog Tour– Dark and Shal..

Posted September 2, 2021 by stuckint in Blog Tours / 0 Comments
Blog Tour– Dark and Shallow Lies by Ginny Myers Sain

Hi everyone and welcome to my tour stop for Dark and Shallow Lies by Ginny Myers Sain hosted through TBR and Beyond Tours. I’m excited to share my full, spoiler-free review of the novel for my stop on the tour. You can check out the full schedule for the tour here. About the Book Goodreads | Amazon | Barnes […]

Themed Thursday– The Riv..

Posted July 23, 2021 by stuckint in Features, Themed Thursdays / 1 Comment
Themed Thursday– The River Has Teeth Readalikes

Hello everyone and welcome back to another themed Thursday, where I share book recommendations based on a theme or concept. If there is some thing you would love for me to cover, let me know! Today I am kicking off my three post series featuring Erica Waters with readalikes for her sophomore novel The River […]

Top Ten Tuesday– Mardi G..

Posted February 16, 2021 by stuckint in Features, Top Ten Tuesday / 12 Comments
Top Ten Tuesday– Mardi Gras Edition

Hello everyone and welcome back to another Top Ten Tuesday, a weekly meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl Since this Tuesday is Mardi Gras, Top Ten Tuesday is all about purple, yellow and green book covers that are high on my TBR. Purple Covers 1- Ruinsong by Julia Ember 2- Lost In The Never Woods […]

Top Ten Tuesday– Backlis..

Posted January 19, 2021 by stuckint in Features, Top Ten Tuesday / 10 Comments
Top Ten Tuesday– Backlist Titles I Still Want To Read

Hello everyone and welcome back to another Top Ten Tuesday, a weekly meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl Today’s prompt is all about the past releases I still want to read. I feel like there are so many books that I intended to read last year and still haven’t read. My Picks 1- War Girls […]

Bites From Our Backlist–..

Posted January 13, 2021 by stuckint in Bites From Our Backlist, Features / 0 Comments
Bites From Our Backlist– Do You Believe in Magic Edition

Hello everyone and welcome to one of my favorite feature–Bites From Our Backlist. While I’m the only one writing these reviews, Winston is here snoring beside me, lending moral support. He seems unconcerned by the reviews that have piled up over the last few months and well, that makes one of us. Today I’m talking […]

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 […]

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 […]