Mid-Year Book Freakout Tag

July in Oklahoma doesn't usually come with high humidity. But this is 2021, so just about anything that can happen apparently will, including humidity levels so high that even indoors it is having an impact on our books. I'm pretty sure that in June we got more rain than every other June of my life combined, and even though the temperatures are finally climbing close to their normal range for this time of year, we are not as dry as usual. If the northwest would like to send the 100+ temperatures back down to us, I wouldn't be opposed as long as it moved the humidity along and made the air feel less heavy.

Duology Review: Meg & Jo and Beth & Amy by Virginia Kantra

We're starting this week off with a double feature: a combined review of two books, Meg & Jo and Beth & Amy which make up the March Sisters duology by Virginia Kantra.

Tackling the TBR #24: A Batch of Sweet Summery Stories?

My TBR (to be read) list has gotten nearly out of hand. Therefore, I have decided to do a post featuring ten books from it approximately every other week. As I go through the list, I will evaluate each book and decide whether or not it still belongs. Who knows, perhaps as my list (hopefully) shrinks, you will find a few books to add to your own!

Tackling the TBR #23

Hello again, Reader! If historical fiction is your thing, there are several books in today's post which might be to your liking. I'm going over another 10 titles from my TBR list today to see if I still want to read them or if I should take them off of my list to make room for others.

Mini Book Review: Mirror’s Edge by Scott Westerfeld (Impostors #3)

Happy Friday! I managed to read this book shortly after my spring classes, and boy does it pack a punch. If you're a fan of action, this book has plenty of it. Westerfeld's books are vastly different from what I usually enjoy, but somehow they always manage to sink in so that my mind is always thinking ahead, generating theories, and speculating while I'm reading. I'm usually not right when I try to anticipate, but it's a fun process nonetheless!

First Line Friday & New Release Spotlight: Discernment by Lauren H. Salisbury

Today is the first Friday in June, so it's time to participate in First Line Friday! This edition is extra fun because the book I'm highlighting is a new release I'm excited about: book 3 in Lauren Salisbury's Legacy Chronicles series. Because my summer classes also started this week, I haven't started reading this book yet, but I hope to soon! It's going to be high on my Summer TBR list, at least.

Tackling the TBR #20

My TBR (to be read) list has gotten nearly out of hand. Therefore, I have decided to do a post featuring ten books from it approximately every other week. As I go through the list, I will evaluate each book and decide whether or not it still belongs. Who knows, perhaps as my list (hopefully) shrinks, you will find a few books to add to your own!

Spell the Month in Books // February 2021 Linkup

Welcome to the inaugural Spell the Month in Books linkup hosted here at Reviews From the Stacks! Spell the Month in Books started as a hashtag I stumbled across during the spring of 2019 on Instagram and decided to turn into a blog post. Last fall a few other bloggers started creating their own Spell the Month in Books posts and linking back to my post. It's really taken off since then! Today, I'm creating a formal gathering place for Spell the Month in Books.

Book Review: Eubeltic Quest by Nadine C. Keels

Happy Friday! The main story where I am has been the weather - we've been close to record lows! There has been snow, ice, and negative wind chills. None of those things are weather that I am used to! Thankfully, my work has been responsible with adjusting our operating hours so that staff can travel... Continue Reading →

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