The Shame Book Tag

It's been a while since I did a tag! I was tagged by Audra of Audra's Book Blabbing a few months ago (sometime in May, I think?) to do the Shame Book Tag. Thank you, Audra! I do not know where the tag originated, and there seem to be no formal rules. According to Audra,... Continue Reading →

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Book Review: Strength by Lauren Salisbury

Hello Readers! Despite how rocky June was, I am determined to get back on track with scheduled posting in July. I cannot promise to be entirely consistent this month, but I do have several things that I want to write about, so I am doing my best. Today's review is the third book in Lauren... Continue Reading →

May Wrap Up 2019

Wow, what a month it's been! It seems like just yesterday I wrote by May TBR/goals post, and that the week before was January! At the same time, I've already become (mostly) comfortable in my new job. Oklahoma is definitely trying to get all the severe storms in that it can before summer starts, which... Continue Reading →

May TBR

Hello Readers! It's finally May, are you excited? May always seems to be somewhat bittersweet; it's a time of transitions, endings and beginnings and in-betweens. If you're in school, there is an obvious correlation for each of these are the semester ends (at least here in the USA) and summer break begins. Now that I... Continue Reading →

March TBR Goals

Hey y'all! Instead of a post outlining all of my goals for the month, today I'm posting just about the books I plan/hope to read this month. Of course, I still have goals and expectations for myself when it comes to keeping a consistent blogging schedule, writing reviews, and other things going on in life.... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Samuel’s Journey by Emma Trusty

Happy Friday! This week inadvertently became something of a Children's Lit Week here at Reviews From the Stacks. ICYMI, on Tuesday I highlighted a new picture book release: Snowball and the Missing Apple (see Tuesday's post for all the info). Today I'm reviewing another children's book: Samuel's Journey: Choices and Changes by Emma Trusty. Personally, I think it is... Continue Reading →

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