New Release Spotlight: A Duet for Home by Karina Yan Glaser

Hey there Reader! This season has become incredibly full with school and work projects, but I am thrilled to be popping in today to share about a new Middle Grade release that I am looking forward to reading. As a separate reminder, the April #SpelltheMonthinBooks linkup will go up this Saturday - the second Saturday... Continue Reading →

Cover Reveal: Once I Knew by Victoria Lynn

I'm so excited about today's post! The very first book blog tour I participated in here on Reviews From the Stacks was for When Beauty Blooms by Victoria Lynn, so this author has a special place in my heart. This year she is getting ready to publish the first book in a non-magical fantasy series, and I cannot wait to see it!

New Release Spotlight: Aggressively Happy by Joy Marie Clarkson

One of my favorite podcasts is Joy Clarkson's Speaking with Joy. She talks about books, theology, history, and lifestyle in a way that always draws me in. This podcast is where I first heard about one of my favorite books of last year, Piranesi. It does require some concentration though, so I have not kept up terribly well since last summer's book club read-along ended. However, Joy released a book last week, and I am very excited to read anything she publishes!

Cover Reveal: Desperate Tides, Desperate Measures by Brett Salter

Today I get to share the cover and blurb for the upcoming book 5 in Brett Salter's middle grade fantasy series, The Talisman!

New Release Spotlight: The Department of Rare Books & Special Collections

I think I am more excited about this release than I ever have been before about an author by whom I haven't read anything else!

Sci-Fi Book Spotlight: The Search for Synergy by Brett Salter

Happy first Friday of fall, Reader! Surprisingly, Oklahoma decided to at least think about following the calendar this year, and our temperatures have dropped to a blessedly more bearable average lately. Of course the temperature inside the library is another story - we're having issues with humidity, so they're super-cooling the building at night in... Continue Reading →

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